2022 Haval Jolion receives five-star ANCAP safety rating

2022 Haval Jolion receives five-star ANCAP safety rating

Great Wall Motors’ Haval Jolion has received high marks in ANCAP safety tests, becoming the third Chinese vehicle to receive five stars under the latest criteria.


That 2022 Haval Jolion by Chinese auto giant Great Wall Motors (GWM) has received a five-star safety rating from the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP).

Applicable to all variants except the new hybrid, the Jolion is the fourth vehicle from GWM (including Haval) to carry a five-star ANCAP rating – and the third and final in the company’s current lineup alongside the GWM Ute and Haval H6 , all tested to the latest 2020-22 criteria.

Results of 90 percent for adult occupant protection, 84 percent for child occupant protection, 64 percent for vulnerable road user protection and 92 percent for Safety Assist technology were recorded.



Good performance was noted in various evaluation areas, including the driver in the full-width frontal and side impact bar tests, the two front occupants in the side crash tests, and its advanced safety technology.

Jolion’s Safety Assist score is the same third-highest score on the latest ANCAP criteria, matching luxury SUV Lexus NX and behind Subaru Outback wagon (96 percent) and electric SUV Tesla Model Y (98 percent). Percent).

While the Haval Jolion received full marks for its lane departure warning system, its autonomous emergency braking system was rated “fair” overall, with “poor” performance in one of the night-time pedestrian detection tests and an approaching daytime cyclist-from-behind test.



“Poor” performance was recorded for pedestrians impacting the windshield pillars and at the base of the windshield, while “Minor” and “Fair” results were recorded for specific areas of the bodies of adult and child mannequins in frontal displacement and side impact tests.

“This five-star ANCAP safety rating for the Jolion is the third that GWM has been awarded under the stringent ANCAP 2020-2022 protocols,” said Carla Hoorweg, CEO of ANCAP, in a media statement.

“There was a lot of interest in evaluating this model and it was shown to offer a high standard of safety.”



Alex Misoyannis

Alex Misoyannis has been writing about cars since 2017 when he launched his own website Redline. He worked for Drive in 2018 before joining CarAdvice in 2019 and becoming a regular journalist on the news team in 2020. Cars have played a central role in Alex’s life, from leafing through car magazines at a young age to growing up surrounded by performance vehicles in a car-loving family.

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