For people who are looking for a fuel-efficient that's environment-friendly yet affordable can go for the subcompact Peri (P495,000) or the Florid (P625,000). Both are powered by 1.3-liter, inline-four engines that are fully Euro 4 emission complaint.
Customers need more passenger and cargo space can go opt for the CoolBear (P695,000), a boxy multipurpose vehicle powered by a 1.5-liter engine with variable valve timing.
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Great Wall Philippines also offers the Cowry (P885,000), which is propelled by a Mitsubishi-derived, 2-liter 4G63 MIVEC engine.
The Wingle, Great Wall's cargo-carrying workhorse, comes with a 2.8-liter, common-rail diesel injection (CRDi) engine Wingle and is available in 4x2 (P798,000) or 4x4 (P980,000) variants.
Great Wall also brought to the Philippines the crossover utility vehicle Hover. It is powered by the same CRDi engine found in the Wingle, and is available in 4x2 (P998,000) and 4x4 (P1,150,000) trims. The 4x4 variant stands out with its full leather upholstery and a Webasto-branded intelligent sunroof.
Vehicles from Great Wall are designed to be environment-friendly as the gasoline-fed variants conform to Euro 4 standards, while diesel engines are all Euro 3 compliant.
Great Wall vehicles are on display in the company's showrooms on Alabang-Zapote Road, Las Piñas, and North Edsa, Quezon City.