2023 Haval Jolion Hybrid Australian pricing and features
Haval confirms its second hybrid-electric vehicle destined for our shores, following the H6 earlier this year. Hybrid Jolion confirmed for Australia. Starts from $40,990 drive-away. Powered by same 1.5L hybrid engine in H6 Hybrid. The 2023 Haval Jolion Hybrid variant has been confirmed for an Australian launch, with pricing set to start from $40,990 when it arrives in September.
According to the Chinese carmaker, the first shipments of the hybrid-electric version have already landed – with more currently making their way to Australia before going on sale early next month. Joining the larger Haval H6 Hybrid, the Jolion Hybrid becomes GWM’s second electrified offering, with more models expected to get the same treatment in 2023.
2023 Haval Jolion Hybrid Australian pricing
The Jolion Hybrid will start from $40,990 drive-away when it goes on sale in September, $7000 more than the current top-spec Ultra on which it is based.
However, it will cost $5000 less than its mid-sized SUV H6 Hybrid sibling.
Hybrid $40,990 (new)
A Jolion Vanta limited-edition variant added at the beginning of this year has now sold out and been removed from the lineup.
The 2023 Haval Jolion Hybrid is equipped with the same premium interior, connectivity and safety features as the current Jolion Ultra, but sets itself apart with a new front grille, LED and fog lights with blue accents, and bumper, as well as a new rear spoiler and 18-inch alloy wheels.
As standard, the hybrid Jolion gets features such as:
18-inch alloy wheels
Comfortek leather seats with six-way electrically adjustable driver’s seat
Heated front seats
Microfibre leather steering wheel
7-inch colour LED instrument cluster
12.3-inch colour multimedia touchscreen
Apple CarPlay amd Android Auto
6-speaker DTS audio
Electronic anti-glare rear view mirror
Heads Up Display
Wireless phone charging
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
Engine, transmission and fuel economy
Power is delivered to the electrified Jolion via GWM’s 1.5-litre hybrid engine, mated to a dedicated hybrid automatic transmission, as found in the H6 Hybrid, producing 139kW of power and 375Nm of torque.
The hybrid system combines a petrol engine and electric motor with an electronically controlled transmission to offer performance at low speeds with increased efficiency and power at higher speeds to deliver a driving experience similar to that of a BEV, GWM Haval says.
Fuel economy is quoted as 5L/100km, bettering the already impressive H6's 5.2L/100km claim.
As standard, the Jolion Hybrid gets safety features such as:
Seven SRS airbags (including centre airbag)
Autonomous emergency braking (AEB) with pedestrian, bicycle and crossroad detection
Forward collision warning (FCW)
Adaptive cruise control (ACC) with stop and go
Lane departure warning (LDW)
Lane keep assist (LKA)
Lane change assist
Traffic sign recognition (TSR)
Rear cross-traffic alert (RCTA) with brake
Driver drowsiness and distraction detection
Like all GWM products, the new Haval Jolion Hybrid has a seven-year/unlimited kilometre warranty, five-years' roadside assistance and five-years' capped-price servicing.
The 2023 Haval Jolion Hybrid goes on sale early September 2022.