The on-the-road price list for the Great Wall M4 is out, with pricing for all the variants revealed – a hat tip to reader Eddy for sending us the details.
Pricing with insurance starts from RM46,990 for the Standard to RM56,990 for the Premium in manual form, while the auto versions start from RM48,990 for the Standard right up to RM59,990 for the Premium. The final pricing is close to that bandied about during the launch last month, which was from RM45k to RM59k.
As reported, six variants of the M4 are listed as being on sale, three manuals and three automatics, in Standard, Comfort and Premium trim levels. Initial deliveries of the compact SUV are set to begin this month.
The first examples will be 40 manual transmission CBU units from China, and another 160 manual CBU vehicles are set to make up the second batch. Following this, local assembly takes over, with the CKD M4 slated to begin rolling out from the company’s Gurun plant in October. It will then only be sold in automatic transmission form.
The M4 – available only in front-wheel drive guise – is powered by a normally-aspirated 1.5 litre VVT MPI four-pot offering 105 hp at 6,000 rpm and 138 Nm at 4,200 rpm.
Standard equipment across the line-up includes four disc brakes, ABS and EBD with brake assist, powered windows all-around, steering wheel audio controls, manual four-way adjustment front seats, dual airbags and front/rear foglights. When the CKD auto variants arrive, they will feature ESP in the mix.
In terms of trim, the Standard variant features fabric seats, a four-speaker CD audio system, manual air-conditioning, a polyurethane steering wheel, and sits on 15-inch wheels and 195/60 series tyres.
The Comfort version moves things up to a leather steering wheel, two-tone fabric seats, reverse sensors, a six-speaker audio system, auto air-con and 16-inch wheels with 205/60 tyres. The Premium, meanwhile, features leather seats, a rear spoiler and reverse camera on top of the equipment found on the Comfort.