GWM Haval Dargo Trademark Filed for India

Haval Dargo SUV trademark filed in India
Haval Dargo SUV trademark filed in India

The Chinese are making their way back to India. Still, missing the plot here? Well, Chinese carmaker Great Wall Motors is all set to launch its premium SUV, The Haval Dargo in India.

The company has recently filed the trademark name of the Dargo in India. It was back in 2020 when GWM planned to launch in the country but due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the border tensions, the plan was then shelved.

But now with things getting normal. It seems that GWM has prepared to launch in the country.

GWM Haval Dargo | Credits RUSHLANE
GWM Haval Dargo | Credits RUSHLANE

What’s on the mechanical front?

  • Under its muscular hood, the Haval Dargo will get a 1.5-litre turbo petrol unit and a 2.0-litre turbo petrol unit.
  • The 1.5-litre churns 169 hp while the 2.0-litre 211 hp respectively.
  • Transmission options include a 7-speed DCT automatic gearbox as standard.
  • Moreover, it will be offered in both FWD and AWD configurations.

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Anything new on the feature end?

Haval Dargo Front Grille
Haval Dargo Front Grille | Credits- Carnewschina
  • Starting with the front, it gets a 3 slat grille with round LED headlamps and DRLs.
  • The sides underpin 10 spoke alloy wheels with chunky black cladding and chrome embellishments around the windows.
Haval Dargo rear profile | Credits- Carnewschina
  • On the rear end, we get to see chunky black cladding, beaded LED taillamps and the Haval badging on the rear end.

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Haval Dargo Dashboard | Credits- Carnewschina
  • On the inside, The Dargo gets a massive 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment display with the same size instrument cluster alongside a multifunctional steering wheel, vertical air vents and chunky door handles.

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  • Additional features include premium leather seats, dual-tone paint, all blacked-out interior gaming others.
  • With its launch, the GWM Haval Dargo will rival the likes of the MG Gloster and the Toyota Fortuner.

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  1. Do we really require this Chinese Car. How reliable is it. What will the onroad cost be. Will there be any proper service outlet. Is there a chance, they might exit the Indian market if the situation does not suit them. Looks like it will take time for them to get a food hold in the Indian Market.

    • Hey Manjit,

      Your concern is purely valid. But, we can expect that with the launch of Drago, the segment will get some competition and we can expect more and more players to invest the segment if Drago performs well. It all depends upon how good or bad the product will be. For now. we’ll have to wait. And stay tuned to get informed as soon as it’s launched.

  2. Why should we be excited for a Chinese cars now. Don’t we have enough deficit. I understand ppl buy cheap Chinese poppo and bimbo phones for lack of alternatives and stupidity. Pls don’t encourage

    • Hey Karthiknag,

      That’s your personal point of view. Ours is to report anything and everything that is closely related to the Indian automotive industry, without any bias. We present the vehicle as it is!


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