The Great Wall Steed is a keenly priced and well-equipped truck. If it’s a cheap, new, pick-up you’re after, this could be for you.

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    • Sean Robertson
      Sean Robertson

      Higher voice lower music volime would be helpful when watching a review i dont care for music blasting my ears off

      about 1 day ago
    • River Monsters
      River Monsters

      Don't buy it's a Trojan

      about 29 days ago
    • Randy Lahey
      Randy Lahey

      What kind of creature is in that pickup truck and what's going on with the fur on the top of it's head?

      about 2 months ago
    • Neila Rotisiv
      Neila Rotisiv

      Six years later.. they are rotten, rusty, falling apart, and the engines..  140bhp.  ?  I think not.. omg.. .. lol

      about 6 months ago
    • You got Gamed
      You got Gamed

      guys I bought this car for CHEAP !!!! is like it and I
      have offloaded with it its purfect to Me and because it's so cheap just do some work on it and it will be better than any car you could buy just think positive

      about 7 months ago
    • Old Man of the Woods
      Old Man of the Woods

      Somebody should've told the Chinese they can keep it. I wouldn't even consider buying one of these if they were the last pickups on earth. I'd rather buy a 20 year old Hilux.

      about 9 months ago
    • К. Стоянов
      К. Стоянов

      I don't know about the engine, but everything assembled in Bulgaria is extremely durable. I have a 35 years old drilling machine "ЕЛПРОМ ЛОВЕЧ" and it still works great. Now these machines are called Sparky and only Bosch may be considered better, but it's at 5x price. Everything we produce is like German, dumbasses. Also pretty cheap.

      about 10 months ago
    • Arthur Kupfer
      Arthur Kupfer

      I bought 3 of these nearly 7 yrs ago for my company so theyve served me well ive just recently replaced them with the new model all 3 have done over 300ks+ and were still hauling very well yes i got them tuned cause they where under powered with only 100kws but they where tuned to 150kws with a little over 420nm of torque they where a great cheap investment for my company ive now got 7 of these and a hilux and the luxy has had to go back to toyota a couple of times cause it keeps randomly going into limp mode i will say if you do get one only buy if your going to use it as a tradies ute or farm hacker if you want to pull a caravan or boat regularly then get it tuned up

      about 1 year ago
    • Mike Cui
      Mike Cui

      It's got that Toyota steering wheel. Probably from partnerships Great Wall has had (might still have) with Toyota.

      about 1 year ago
    • Imran M
      Imran M

      Had this car and started to broke down after three months. First, air-conditioning becomes faulty. Then the turbo burst when driving on steep hills.

      about 1 year ago
    • kwacker jack
      kwacker jack

      we've test drive 2 of them and we've driven range rover and such and could say alittle on the japanese side cause we're love older nissans and the great walls both drove well and were nice to drive along with seemed to have plenty of power and we still see them knocking around abit
      we've got nissan d21s and those are one of the toughest pickups made and terrano/mistrals and we could compared the great
      walls as pretty good against them and when we drove the great wall it felt fairly strong and pulled through the gears well
      remember the japanese had alot of problems with their earlyr cars and pickups and as we all know rust

      about 1 year ago
    • Rodney McGiveron
      Rodney McGiveron

      The poxy pommy reviewer or these garbage slave labour vehicle. Don't know what's worse..Can't even talk properly. You'd be an idiot to buy one of these pieces of shit

      about 2 years ago
    • md

      Rust from pdi

      about 2 years ago
    • west A
      west A

      my mate had a great wally ute and he gave away for $4000 1 years old. he was driving doing 110 km and heard a clunk crack noise and his passenger door broke off lucky to hang on by the lock mechanism and that was just the start.
      he kept the $4000 and bought a canopy for his new Amarok

      about 2 years ago
    • west A
      west A

      my god two words "CHINESE MADE ".
      you would be out of your mind too buy one.

      about 2 years ago
    • Di Dxpeo
      Di Dxpeo In reply to west A

      And great wall pickup are oil saving cars, cost less fuel then most.

      about 1 year ago
      GREYLYNN - SNAKEVENOM113% Fire In reply to west A

      Di Dxpeo: ty my friend for that info. very helpful insight to this vehicle..

      about 1 year ago
    • Di Dxpeo
      Di Dxpeo In reply to west A

      I used to want to buy an RV, but back then a Great Wall RV(based on their pickup) was the only 1 I could afford, so I read a lot about it. Some body drove thousands of miles without malfunction, went all the way from east(north-east) of China to Tibet, I mean, that do says something, Tibet is the highest ground in the world, and the air is thin, road is tough, filled with stones.
      And everybody I read about said great wall diesel pickup is very robust, performs pretty OK for its price, and Great Wall Pickup has been sold overseas millions(NO.1 car exporter of China), I mean China isn't famous for its car manufacturing, that big number of oversea selling says something, those ppl in India, South America buy pickup not to do easy work like family picnic, mostly they are using them for business purpose, and they all like this pickup, also means it is very reliable car, with reasonable price.

      about 1 year ago
      GREYLYNN - SNAKEVENOM113% Fire In reply to west A

      Di Dxpeo: How'd you know? have you had one of these, or driven it for long periods of time??? I'm interested is why I'm asking.

      about 1 year ago
    • Di Dxpeo
      Di Dxpeo In reply to west A

      I live in China, there ain't many very good Chinese cars, BUT, this great wall pickup is really good, if you are short of money, this is the go for vehicle, totally robust and good performing, worth twice of the money you spent, believe me!

      about 2 years ago
    • Arama Morunga
      Arama Morunga

      Typical Chinese quality. Shit! Replaced clutch, replaced rear diff, replaced idle control valve twice, broken drivers front seat, seat belt brackets have fallen apart and that's just at 40,000kms on clock. Can't tow for shit, no power whatsoever off road, struggles to overtake, people don't be fooled by the good looks. I know I was! I traded in my 1985 Land cruiser FJ40 for this piece of shit, very regrettable choice.

      about 2 years ago
    • nz rockdj
      nz rockdj In reply to Arama Morunga

      Bullshit artist !

      about 5 months ago
    • JryL Zafra
      JryL Zafra In reply to Arama Morunga

      my deepest sympathy T_T

      about 2 years ago
    • Sproket 2
      Sproket 2 In reply to Arama Morunga

      Arama Morunga
      Hahha you Traded a cruiser for a Great big piece of shit.
      haha dork! !!

      about 2 years ago
    • Sonicc the Hedgehog
      Sonicc the Hedgehog In reply to Arama Morunga


      about 2 years ago
    • icecold723

      how's the quality of this vehicle?

      about 2 years ago
    • Maarten van Rossem Lezingen
      Maarten van Rossem Lezingen

      They love these in the Caribbean.

      about 2 years ago
    • Dainy Ramdass
      Dainy Ramdass In reply to Maarten van Rossem Lezingen

      Maarten van Rossem Lezingen no we don’t

      about 7 months ago
    • emosh73

      I owned one and NEVER again. It is cheap rubbish.

      about 3 years ago
    • invadingnimrod

      It's the gearbox that does it for me. Go out and drive one, it's the worst gearbox in any new vehicle.

      about 3 years ago
    • what the
      what the In reply to invadingnimrod

      Bill Martin where did you get that information from? I did some research and the engine is Chinese designed

      about 9 days ago
    • Bill Martin
      Bill Martin In reply to invadingnimrod

      gearbox and all running gear is made by Borg-warner same cpmpany that makes all the jeep running gear, turbo is mitsubisi, all electrics and electronics are Bosch, engine was developed by Bosch in germany off a isuzu design

      about 1 year ago
    • thesuperproify

      this car works wonder, and cost a fraction compared to its similar competitors

      about 3 years ago
    • Di Dxpeo
      Di Dxpeo In reply to thesuperproify

      that's great wall pickup for you, it is like spending little money to buy a pickup twice as price.

      about 2 years ago
    • Colin Gantiglew
      Colin Gantiglew

      Mr O'Brien has too much to say for himself. I suggest he look at the documented review by a group of Aussies who took a Patrol, a Pajero and a Great Wall on a grueling venture on the old telegraph road in northern Australia. The GW performed beyond expectations and didn't get stuck anywhere despite being loaded to the gunwales with people and gear and being put through some ridiculous situations just to see what happened to it.
      The earlier ones are getting up to the 150000 km mark now, and some members of the 4x4 paddock bashers club swear by their GWs and these guys don't tolerate shit. Col, NZ.

      about 3 years ago
    • boo bye
      boo bye

      87 mph top speed, C'mon!

      about 3 years ago
    • boo bye
      boo bye In reply to boo bye

      +Ethan Bradberry
      On the road, silly!!!!!

      about 2 years ago
    • TriHard
      TriHard In reply to boo bye

      +boo bye where would you be driving over 87 mph at?

      about 2 years ago
    • Cathy Xie
      Cathy Xie
      This is a good car, also in China, it's very popular. Above page is a website for greatwall spare parts. If your car need some parts, can find there

      about 3 years ago
    • Adventures With Tourette's
      Adventures With Tourette's

      Defiantly by Holden Colorado the reason is mechanics love the great wall and the great wall sucks it has low safety low towing low everything if you don,t won,t to by your coffin that early then don'y buy the Great wall i would even rather the Mitsubishi Triten witch also sucks. so be smart and don't buy a great wall they look ugly and they suck.
      So by a Holden, Toyota, Nissan, ford and Mazda if you don't want to sign your own death wish.

      about 3 years ago
    • Arthur Kupfer
      Arthur Kupfer In reply to Adventures With Tourette's

      Holden/isuzu share the gw body anyway hence why you get swap'n'go parts and holden have topped the list of the most unreliable car manufacturer in australia to many times meanwhile gw didnt even make the top ten

      about 1 year ago
    • Sidou Blue
      Sidou Blue

      I think it's the best choic for a low-income professional or a pick-up fan, like me :D

      about 3 years ago
    • frank byrne
      frank byrne

      about 4 years ago
    • Chris John Michael
      Chris John Michael

      Chinese junk American trucks all the way

      about 4 years ago
    • Gary MmmBeer
      Gary MmmBeer In reply to Chris John Michael

      Ooh, American cars are not great. There was great excitement that finally, after 60+ years of production, the new Mustang would be available here in South Africa in RHD at Ford dealerships. Despite it's exorbitant price (import duties etc. push it way passed the price of other premium brands) , most of the car journalists who tested it were disappointed by it's cheap, tacky interior and old car handling . Rather stick to Merc, BMW or Eastern brands.

      about 2 years ago
    • mark scott
      mark scott In reply to Chris John Michael

      +chris driscoll  American trucks are shit, the only country you see them in is America, doesn't that tell you anything, Japanese and English trucks have a world wild respect

      about 3 years ago
    • damieg82

      I don't know if these are made in different countries, but certainly the ones we get in my country have proven themselves to be tough workhorses. The interior plastics do get quite rattly over time, but that's typically with careless and even abusive commercial use. I've driven ones owned for family use and everything's still tight even after 5 years and 100,000kms. And running costs, especially in terms of parts and service, is A LOT cheaper than the comparable Toyota Hilux, Ford Ranger etc

      about 4 years ago
    • Jacob O'Brien
      Jacob O'Brien

      Avoid these things at all cost! The engines in these things couldn't pull the skin off a rice pudding and the tiny 2.0 diesel is even worse! My buddy had one for work and within 18 months the thing was in pieces and every single panel was absolutely covered in rust and that's living in a hot dry climate! I'd hate to imagine how bad it would rust in areas where salt is used on the roads! You'd be lucky to get a year out of it seriously

      about 4 years ago
    • Danny Stone
      Danny Stone In reply to Jacob O'Brien

      Jacob O'Brien Seems you are biased or you got a defective one. My family owns several small companies in Chile, Colombia, Brasil and México. We buy chinese brands like JAC, Great Wall and Geely, for their low Cost and average durability. To be honest I dont own one myself, I Like premium brands like Lexus, BMW and Mercedes. I can say without a doubt that China has an agressive production and Export philosophy, Don't forget that they're the biggest car manufacturer in the world and will expand their domain, like it or not.

      about 8 months ago
    • Arthur Kupfer
      Arthur Kupfer In reply to Jacob O'Brien

      Jacob O'Brien wow big deal you loose roughly £4000 on resale nothing compared to amount you loose on a luxy, navara or amarok you loose roughly about 7-10ish over 3yrs hack you loose 5g on resale for just driving your new car off the lot at the big brand car companys so 30% loss on a car that cost less then a third of it rivals still isnt much mate

      about 1 year ago
    • CAElite
      CAElite In reply to Jacob O'Brien

      Mines coming up on its 3rd birthday, not a lick of rust on it and that's in Scotland where we salt our roads heavily. It's almost at 70k miles (~100kkm), most of that has been done towing a 2-3ton trailer. Other than frequent servicing I've had a couple of niggles but nothing recently. When i first bought it it came with a manufacturers fault with the gearbox. They replaced the whole box free of charge and gave me a courtesy car (a Ssangyong, they didnt have another Great Wall on hand) for the 3 weeks, also the tyres it had out the factory leave a bit to be desired. I'd love a bit more powerful engine, but asides from that I'd buy another.

      about 2 years ago
    • Jacob O'Brien
      Jacob O'Brien In reply to Jacob O'Brien

      Woah calm down haha I work 36 hours a week at a supermarket... $750 a week so I'm not exactly rich after paying rent and fueling my car etc. haha But I drive a v8 cause I like the sound and the way they pull. I have driven a V8 and a 4.0 inline 6 since I was 18, and I'm 22 now and I can't see myself driving anything else. It just depends on what you like... I guess it depends where you live as well, I dunno what country you live in but not many places are as cheap as Australia to run and own big engines I understand that. (I grew up in the UK) But either way if you don't have much money I'd recommend a second hand Hilux over a Great Wall you'd save even more money! 
      And for the record I have quite a large penis but thanks for showing interest. I've been with my girlfriend for 3 years so I don't need to impress anyone, I just like big engines simple as... 

      about 3 years ago
    • mark scott
      mark scott In reply to Jacob O'Brien

      you clearly don't have a budget and other peoples welfare to consider if I was in that position I would probably buy a Lamborghini lm 200 to park next to my Bristol fighter on the drive at my mansion in the country and could choose which one to drive to the airport so I could fly my private jet to paris for lunch. Don't take the piss out of people with a budget that they have to meet , its egotistical and small minded and if you really need v8 to prove your masculinity  then you probably have a sub 4 inch dick no personality and are totally useless with woman.

      about 3 years ago