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GREAT Wall's 2.2-litre four-door ute became the cheapest dual-cab workhorse on the market when it was launched at $19,990 driveaway in June 2010.... Read about Great Wall SA220 models
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The Great Wall brand returned to Australian roads in the form of the facelifted Steed dual-cab light commercial utility.
Sales of China’s best selling ute ground to a halt under the previous importer during a a dispute with the Chinese parent company but the brand returned to offer a cut-priced workhorse.... Read about Great Wall Steed models
GREAT Wall Motors became the first Chinese car-maker to nail up its shingle in Australia, staking a claim on the light-commercial vehicle market. The dual-cab V240 ute tipped the scales at 1660kg kerb weight in 4x2 form and 1780kg in 4x4. Both models had a one tonne payload.... Read about Great Wall V240 models
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GREAT Wall Motors’ first passenger vehicle arrived here in the form of the small X240 off-roader. Priced from a bargain-basement $23,990 driveaway, the first local crossover wagon from Great Wall set a new price benchmark in Australia’s compact SUV segment.... Read about Great Wall X240 models
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