The Haoyue is Geely’s largest and first 7-seater SUV, positioned above the Boyue.

Dimensions are 4.835/1.900 mm/1.780mm, with a wheelbase of 2.815mm. Power comes from a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine making 177hp or a 1.8-liter turbo with 184hp and 300Nm of torque, both mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic with front-wheel drive, with AWD available as an option. A 247hp 2.0-liter turbo co-developed with Volvo is rumored to be introduced later on.

Prices range from 103,600 yuan (€12.600,- / US$  14,800) to 139,600 yuan (€16.900,- / US$  19,900), which is incredibly low for such a vehicle, especially one with an optional third row. It competes on price with 5-seater crossovers like the Changan CS75 Plus (106.900-154.900 yuan), Chery Tiggo 8 (88.800-155.900 yuan) and Haval H6 (103.000-141.000 yuan).

Car sales statistics from China only include domestic production and exclude imported models.

 

Geely
Haoyue
2020
Geely
Haoyue
2021
Geely
Haoyue
2022
January 6.138 5.554
February 1.731 2.434
March 4.156 2.908
April 3.001
May 3.605
June 2.372 3.806
July 3.027 1.682
August 6.505 2.298
September 6.648 1.580
October 5.355 2.337
November 7.192 2.428
December 5.937 5.944

Geely
Haoyue
2021 38.706
2020 37.036

 

Sources: Manufacturers, Chooseauto.

Geely
Haoyue
2020
Geely
Haoyue
2021
Geely
Haoyue
2022
January 6.138 5.554
February 1.731 2.434
March 4.156 2.908
April 3.001
May 3.605
June 2.372 3.806
July 3.027 1.682
August 6.505 2.298
September 6.648 1.580
October 5.355 2.337
November 7.192 2.428
December 5.937 5.944

Geely
Haoyue
2021 38.706
2020 37.036