The 1.5-liter Great Wall GW4G15 engine has been produced at the Chinese plant since 2008 and is installed on such popular models as the Hover M2, M4 or the similar Haval H1. This power unit was essentially a licensed copy of the Japanese Toyota 1NZ-FE engine.
Great Wall Hover
The Great Wall Hover SUV began to be produced at a plant in the Chinese city of Baoding in 2005.
The Chinese copied the body structure and chassis from the Isuzu Axiom model, the Hover had a frame, a front torsion bar suspension, and a continuous rear axle on springs. Transmission – four-wheel drive with a hard-wired front end and a reduction gear (the transfer case was initially controlled by a lever, but later it was replaced by buttons).
Under the hood of the SUV was a licensed Mitsubishi gasoline engine with a volume of 2.4 liters and a power of 130 hp or a 2.8-liter turbodiesel developing 95 hp (the design of this engine repeated Isuzu diesels). All cars were equipped with a five-speed manual gearbox.
In 2010, a two-liter gasoline engine with a capacity of 115–122 hp began to be installed on the car instead of a 2.4-liter one.
In 2010, the outdated 2.8-liter diesel engine was replaced by a new two-liter diesel engine of its own design, developing 150 hp. Only such a version could be equipped with a five-speed automatic transmission, and such machines had a plug-in all-wheel drive with a multi-plate clutch and no downshift.
In 2014, the SUV was restyled, its name was changed to Great Wall H3, and a modification appeared in the lineup with a two-liter gasoline turbo engine with a capacity of 150 or 180 hp and a six-speed manual transmission.
The 1.5-liter turbo engine Great Wall GW4G15B has been produced at the concern’s factory since 2013 and is installed on such popular models of the Chinese company as the Hover H6 and Hawal H6. This motor is essentially a supercharged version of the famous Japanese Toyota 1NZ-FE engine.
The 2.0-liter Great Wall 4G63S4M gasoline engine has been produced in China since 2004 and is installed on many models of the concern, but this unit is better known for the Hover H3 SUV. Based on the Mitsubishi 4G63 engine, engines for Brilliance, Chery, Landwind and Zotye cars were created.
The 2.0-liter Great Wall 4G63S4T gasoline turbo engine has been produced in China since 2012 and is installed on many models, but is better known for the Hover H3 and Hawal H5 SUVs. Based on the Mitsubishi 4G63T unit, turbo engines were created for BAW, Landwind, Zotye cars.
The 2.4-liter 16-valve Great Wall 4G64S4M engine has been assembled by the company since 2004 and is installed on many popular models, but it is better known for the Hover H2 SUV. On the basis of Mitsubishi 4G64, engines for Brilliance, Chery, Landwind, Changfeng cars were created.
The 2.4-liter Great Wall 4G69S4N engine has been assembled at a Chinese enterprise since 2009 and is installed on many models of the concern, but it is better known for the Hover H5 and H6 SUVs. On the basis of the Mitsubishi 4G69 engine, units were created for BYD, JMC or Landwind cars.
The 2.8-liter Great Wall GW2.8TC diesel engine was produced in China from 2006 to 2011 and was installed on the popular Hover H2 SUV or a similar Wingle 3 pickup truck. This unit is a clone of the Isuzu 4JB1 diesel engine with the Bosch CRS2.0 fuel system.
The 2.0-liter Great Wall GW4D20 diesel engine has been produced in Baoding since 2010 and is installed in SUVs or pickup trucks of the concern, better known for the Hover H5 model. There is a modification of this unit for a transverse arrangement with the index GW4D20B.
The 2.0-liter Great Wall GW4D20B diesel engine has been produced in China since 2011 and is installed in the popular Hover H6 SUV or similar Haval H6. In fact, such a unit is a modification of the GW4D20 motor for a transverse arrangement.
The 4G63 engine is one of the most popular four-cylinder in-line engines, which was designed by the specialists of the Japanese company Mitsubishi. This power unit has about a dozen different modifications that have been installed on many Mitsubishi models.
2.4-liter Mitsubishi 4G64 (or G64B) gasoline engine has been in production since 1985. It is installed not only on a number of models of the Japanese concern, but also on cars from other manufacturers. This power unit was used for some time by Hyundai under the name G4JS.
The 4G69 engine was the last in the famous Sirius series of the Mitsubishi concern. Its debut took place in 2003, and although after 2 years the Japanese auto giant replaced the engine with another, more modern one, its production did not stop completely.