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Make: Great Wall

Model: Ute

Released: Dec 2020

Great Wall Motor's new Ute has arrived to shake up the budget end of the 4x4 pick-up segment with a 3000kg braked towing capacity and an asking price of $33,990 driveaway.

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Make: Great Wall

Model: VX10

Released: May 2013

Great Wall’s first passenger car, the VX10 light car, will land in Australia by mid 2013 in a bid to win sales at the budget end of the market. The five-door, five-seater will likely be powered by a 70kW 1.5-litre four cylinder petrol engine with the option of a CVT and come with a decent standard features list for the price.
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Make: Great Wall

Model: C30

Released: May 2013

Great Wall is expected to introduce a Corolla-sized three-box C30 sedan to Australia. The C30 rides on a 2610mm wheelbase, has a 510-litre boot and will be powered by an 77kW/138Nm 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
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Make: Great Wall

Model: V240

Released: Jul 2010

Great Wall Motors will release a facelifted version of its V240 crew-cab ute in the first quarter of 2010, and will take the opportunity to expand the line-up to include a single-cab and one-tonne cab-chassis body styles to attract new buyer types.
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Make: Great Wall

Model: X240

Released: Dec 2009

The third vehicle to be launched by GWM will be a small five-door SUV called X240. Available in both two and four-wheel drive configurations and powered by a Mitsubishi-sourced 16-valve 2.4-litre engine, the compact GWM crossover will sell in the same segment as Chery’s Tiggo SUV.
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Make: Great Wall

Model: SA220

Released: Jul 2009

Australia's first Chinese vehicle brand, Great Wall Motors (likely to be known in Australia as GWM), will launch Australia’s most affordable dual-cab utility, based on Great Wall’s Sailor. The highly-specified two-wheel drive four-door pick-up, powered by a 2.3-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, will be priced under $20,000.
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