GWM Haval H6 earns five-star ANCAP safety rating

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Kathmandu: Great Wall Motor’s (GWM) Haval H6 has received high scores in the rigorous Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) crash testing, receiving five stars for the most recent 2020-2022 safety protocols.

It is GWM’s second vehicle to obtain such a high rating, following the GWM Pick-up POER.

HAVAL H6 earned the five-star safety rating on the back of scores of 90% for Adult Occupant Protection, 88% for Child Occupant Protection, 73% for Vulnerable Road User Protection, and 81% for Safety Assist.

According to ANCAP, the Haval H6 received full marks for driver protection in both the side-impact and oblique pole tests, front- and rear-seat occupant whiplash protection, and front-seat passenger protection in the frontal offset test.

The H6 also received top marks for Child Occupant Protection, with ANCAP praising the SUV’s ability to “safely accommodate a range of conventional typical child restraints.” ANCAP also commends the HAVAL H6’s Junction Assist Feature, which in the turn-across-path intersection test scenario can prevent a collision with another car.