Haval H9 update brings along cross-axle front differential
Chinese car manufacturer Haval has refreshed its H9 SUV on the domestic market. The car sports a revised front fascia with LED headlights and comes with new on-board tech.
Starting with the visible changes, you can tell the facelift from its predecessor by the downsized radiator grille and the LED headlights.
The interior benefits from a new 9-inch multimedia display, a digital instrument cluster and diamond stitching on the seats.
Perhaps most importantly, though, the new Haval H9 comes with an Eaton cross-axle front diff lock and an off-road cruise control system that functions when the car moves within the 5-12 km/h (3.1 – 7.5 mph) speed range.
Powering the H9 series is a 2.0-liter, turbo-four gasoline engine which sends up to 224 hp (167 kW) and 385 Nm (284 pound-feet) of torque to all four wheels by means of an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Editor Andrew Raspopov