Haval Jolion H2 Ultra Hybrid EV

Is the Haval Jolion HEV any good

Jolion H2 – Great Wall Motors are now focusing their fleet on just three models – Their Haval H6 medium sized SUV, their Great Wall Ute and their small SUV the Haval Jolion H2 which is there best-selling vehicle this year but not that much ahead of the other two.

2022 Haval Jolion Hybrid

They have now launched a hybrid version of the Jolion onto the Australian market.

Great Wall is selling the hybrid as one of their higher specification models and have called it the Ultra HEV. For some reason Haval have one level above the Ultra in their non-hybrid models.


With a driveaway price of $41,000 The Jolion H2 HEV is $8,000 more than their non-hybrid Ultra version. You can certainly get cheaper small non-hybrid SUVs from MG, Mitsubishi, Hyundai and even Mazda but the level of equipment in the Haval hybrid is quite substantial.

  • Adaptive cruise control
  • 12.3-inch colour multimedia screen
  • Heads Up Display
  • Dual zone automatic climate control
  • Heated front seats
  • 360-degree camera
  • Panoramic sunroof

 It also has fully automated parking in a parallel, perpendicular or angled parking spot.

And Traffic Sign Recognition which recognises signs such as speed limit, arrow-related, warning and stop signs.

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