The Jolion Lux Hybrid comes in as a cheaper alternative to the Ultra Hybrid that’s been on sale since mid-2022
Based on the existing Lux grade offered on the Jolion in Australia, the Lux Hybrid is offered as a cheaper alternative to the Ultra Hybrid that has been on sale since August 2022.
As another Jolion hybrid, it shouldn’t be any surprise to see that the Lux Hybrid shares a powertrain with the Ultra Hybrid, which Haval claims to use just 5L/100km in combined conditions
When Chasing Cars tested the Jolion Ultra Hybrid in our official review, we saw the same result of 5L/100km.
This is comprised of a naturally-aspirated 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine that’s paired with an electric motor on the front axle.
This petrol engine produces 70kW/125Nm, whilst the electric motor makes 110kW/250Nm. Total outputs sit at 139kW and 375Nm of torque.
The same goes for the transmission, which is a CVT that Haval calls a “dedicated hybrid transmission”, and it sends power exclusively to the front wheels.
Considering that it’s just a hybrid version of the 1.5-litre petrol Jolion Lux, standard equipment carries over from this grade.
On the outside, this includes 17-inch alloy wheels, roof rails, and automatic windscreen wipers.
Moving inside, a 10.25-inch infotainment display with wired Apple Carplay and Android Auto is included. This is flanked by a 7-inch digital cluster, and it also gets a six-speaker sound system.
On the safety front, Haval’s full suite is standard across the Jolion range, meaning that this Lux Hybrid gets adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, and a 360 degree camera.
Haval Jolion 2023: prices in Australia
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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