Since its release, Chery has raised the cost of the Tiggo 8 Pro twice. The SUV now costs Rs. 8.2 million, which puts it in some intriguing company.
Particularly the Haval H6 2.0T AWD, which offers greater performance and cosmetics at a slight price premium, has started to pose a challenge to the seven-seater SUV. In order to determine which SUV is more attractive, this essay will compare the two.
The boxy shape of the Haval H6 is matched by its pointed front design and wide stance. Its squared-off front fascia, massive chrome mesh grille, edgy bumper design, and set of contemporary-looking dual projector headlights all help it stand out on the road.
There aren't many lines on the side profile. It has a royal appearance thanks to the door handles, side mirrors, and single character line that are all body color. Additionally, the windows and door sashes' chrome trim adds a small amount of decorative flare. The front is brash and forceful, while the back is drab. The rear resembles the majority of crossover SUVs on Pakistani roads thanks to the tiny rear windscreen with a duck-tail spoiler and the taillight design. Nevertheless, H6 is a stylish SUV all around.
Tiggo 8 Pro also has a sleek, contemporary appearance. The front has the distinctive diamond grille from the Tiggo series, automated LED headlamps, contemporary twin-Daytime running lights (DRLs) on either side, or a front bumper with similar styling but wider vent holes.
With a few showy stylistic features like 18′′ alloy wheels, chromed side impacts, brushed aluminum roof rails, and a chromed strip that goes halfway around the windows, it has a squared-off and conventional-looking side profile. The design of the back is likewise rather conventional. The Tiggo 8 Pro resembles other SUVs save for a flashy rear bumper with dual exhaust cutouts, LED taillights, and a spoiler on the tailgate. It looks fine overall, but there isn't much "wow" about it.
The interior of the Haval H6 is modern and simple. Everything on the center console and dash is either a flat panel, a screen, a dial, or a little button. The surfaces, including the seats, are covered with soft fabrics.
The modern three-spoke steering wheel looks stylish, and the inside controls appear to be slick, tidy, and simple to use. The H6 has enough room to comfortably fit five people and their stuff.
The inside of the Tiggo 8 Pro exemplifies contemporary minimalism. With ambient lighting strips on the doors and dash, silver and piano black trim, big displays, and stitched leather, a straightforward dash design is elevated to a more upscale level.
The Tiggo 8 Pro is a midsize crossover SUV with a roomy interior that easily accommodates seven passengers. Overall, it features a fantastic interior that is more contemporary, fashionable, and useful than that of its rival.
The 1.6-liter turbocharged engine in the Tiggo 8 Pro produces a respectable 195 horsepower (hp) and 290 Newton-meters (Nm) of torque. It is mated to a DCT automatic transmission that exclusively drives the front wheels.
It has multi-link coil springs in the back and McPherson struts up front. The SUV is equipped with disc brakes on all four wheels, an electronic brakeforce distribution system (EBD), and brake assist (BA).
Chery says that the Tiggo 8 Pro has a fuel efficiency of over 13 kilometers per liter, however real-world results may be less impressive considering the SUV's size and weight.
The genuine strength of H6 2.0T may be found here. It boasts a 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine that utilizes a 7-speed DCT automated transmission to deliver 201 horsepower and 325 Nm of torque to all four wheels.
It has independent double-wishbone suspension at the back and McPherson struts up front. For the best stopping power, it has disc brakes on all four wheels with anti-lock ABS, EBD, and BA technology.
The average fuel economy, according to a number of forums, is approximately 10.2 kilometers per liter, however actual mileage may vary depending on driving habits and road conditions.
The prices of both vehicles are as follows:
Chery Tiggo 8 Pro
Haval H6 2.0 AWD
Since each SUV has its unique advantages, they are quite equally matched. The Haval H6 2.0T's All-Wheel Drive (AWD) engine gives it more strength and capability. On the other hand, the Chery Tiggo 8 Pro is more useful, offering seating for seven passengers in addition to improved baggage space, making it a more comprehensive family hauler.
However, Tiggo 8 Pro has a sizable price advantage over H6 2.0T, which may tilt the scales in its favor. H6 2.0T is a good option, nonetheless, for people who want more power and improved traction.