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Great Wall confirms car roll-out

Published: 12 March 2013

Two hatches, a sedan and a soft-roader to push ambitious Chinese brand to 20,000 sales per annum

Retail incentive for Great Wall X200, X240

Published: 09 November 2012

Importer offers $2000 bonus on SUVs three months after asbestos recall

April launch for Great Wall X200

Published: 08 February 2012

Diesel SUV makes its debut in Australia priced below $26,000

Great Wall V200: First Drive

Published: 24 August 2011

Chinese brand’s first diesel pick-up has landed, from $24,990 drive-away

Great Wall's new Australian charge starts here

Published: 10 August 2011

First shipment of cheap Chinese-made diesel utes has landed

SHANGHAI AUTO SHOW: Great Wall plans great model rush

Published: 21 April 2011

New Chinese utes, small cars and SUVs on the horizon

Great Wall rendered for 2011

Published: 13 April 2011

X240 and V240 models receive a facelift, extra equipment

Great Wall V240 range expanded with cut-price single-cab

Published: 18 June 2010

Australia's cheapest ute title snared by $17,990 newcomer

ANCAP delivers identical results, but gets different reactions

Published: 27 April 2010

China's Great Wall Motors is elated, Toyota slams ratings as too simplistic

Four stars for Chinese 4WD and Camry Hybrid

Published: 19 April 2010

ANCAP's simplistic testing highlighted by dual four-star results

Great Wall Motors X240

Published: 18 March 2010

China's first 4WD wagon sold locally has some hills to climb

Great Wall ute recalled

Published: 22 January 2010

Seatbelt failure in ANCAP test leads to total recall of V240

Chinese utes arrive in Oz

Published: 24 June 2009

Great Wall Motors has launched its ute range - with a sub-$20K starter

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