Great Wall Motor Recalls Haval H6 over Faulty Fuel PumpJune 25th, 2012 | Posted in Great Wall
Great Wall Motor is recalling 12,340 of the popular Haval H6 SUV to replace faulty fuel pumps that may cause engine jitter and stalling, the automaker says on Monday. A recall report has been filed with China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine.
The recall covers gasoline models of the Haval H6 produced in the Feb. 23-29 and March 27-May 9 periods in 2012. Great Wall will replace the fuel pumps on affected vehicles for free.
The H6 compact SUV is made in Great Wall’s Tianjin factory. It has three engine options: gasoline 2.0 and 2.4 liter and turbo diesel 2.0 liter. The two gasoline engines are from Mitsubishi. In the last month, the H6 was the third best-selling SUV model in China (after Honda CR-V and VW Tiguan), delivering 10,950 units.