GWM to launch the Wingle 5 pickup in Nepal

Almost a year after the brand’s debut in Nepal (with the launch of three models), Great Wall Motors is readying to launch a new pickup truck–the Wingle 5–in Nepal. The entry-level pickup, most popular in the South America region, will be powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine, and it will sit below the Poer in the company’s pickup lineup. VG Impex Pvt. Ltd, the authorised distributor of GWM vehicles, might launch the new pickup here within August.

Design and features

As seen in the international market, the Wingle 5’s design is pretty simple. The pickup’s front fascia features a front grille with the brand’s logo at the centre, halogen headlamps with DRLs, and fog lamps; and the turn-indicators are housed in the ORVMs. The four-door pickup gets halogen tail lights, fog lights, and an approximate cargo capacity of 1150 litres at the rear.

The pickup might come with notable features such as a multi-function steering wheel, a 4-inch infotainment system, power windows, dual airbags, a reverse sensor, ABS with EBD, and an anti-theft immobiliser, among others.

*Design and features may vary depending on the region

Engine and specifications

Powering the Wingle 5 will be a 2.0-litre diesel engine that generates 140 hp of power and a torque of 320 Nm. The engine will be mated to a six-speed manual transmission. 

Unlike the Poer, the double-cabin pickup might be offered in both two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive versions. 

Engine2.0 litre
Fuel typeDiesel
Displacement (cc)1996
Power (hp)140
Torque (Nm)320
Transmission6-speed manual
Drive system2 WD or 4 WD
Fuel tank capacity (L)70
Seating capacity5
Ground clearance (mm)194
Payload capacity (kg)1050

*Specifications may vary depending on the region

GWM Wingle 5 price in Nepal

The Wingle 5 will be the brand’s most affordable model in Nepal. The double-cabin pickup might cost around Rs 53 lakh here–competing with the Mahindra Scorpio PIK UP and the Isuzu D-max S-Cab.

GWM modelPrice in Nepal (expected)
Wingle 5Rs 53 lakh

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Also read: Mid-range DC pickups | Priced between Rs 55-75 lakh

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