Haval Australia has given its H2 line-up a MY20 shake-up, deleting the small SUV’s entry-level City grade and adding more standard equipment to the carryover mid-range Premium and flagship Lux variants.
As such, the Hyundai Kona-rivalling H2 is now priced from $22,990 driveaway – $3000 higher than before – following the removal of the $19,990 manual and $20,990 automatic City.
That said, the automatic-only Premium and Lux cost the same as before, with the latter checking in at $25,990.
A Haval Australia spokesperson told CarsGuide that the previous “three-tier line-up did not provide any tangible consumer benefits over a two-tier structure”.
The MY20 H2 features redesigned front and rear fascias, while Apple CarPlay support has been introduced across its range.
The Lux also picks up LED headlights and a panoramic sunroof as part of the facelift.
The Hyundai Kona-rivalling H2 is now priced from $22,990 driveaway.