2022 GWM Ute review

A comprehensive review of the 2022 GWM Ute

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2022 GWM Ute review

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finder score: 78%

Avg. critics score: 78%
4 critics
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Critic reviews

WebsiteRatingQuotes
CarExpert76%"It isn't perfect, but it's not short on appeal when you consider the price."Read more
CarsGuide78%"It takes the brand to a new level. In fact, it takes it to another world compared to the old models; the world of the big-name players."Read more
Drive78%"I have to say, the specification – especially given the sharp pricing – is an absolute highlight. Brands like LDV and Mitsubishi, with similarly value-oriented positioning, really ought to be worried."Read more
WhichCar80%"The GWM is perfectly poised to grab a bit of the dual cab pie from the big players."Read more

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A comprehensive review of the 2022 GWM Ute

GWM Ute pricing and specifications

As of February 2022, Great Wall Motors builds 1 body type version of the Ute, a dual-cab pick-up. There are 3 different trims.

GWM Ute Cannon

Kicking the range off is the GWM Ute Cannon. This model starts from $34,990 driveaway.

The GWM Ute Cannon highlights include:

  • 18-inch Premium alloy wheels
  • Comfort-Tek synthetic leather premium seats
  • 9-inch colour touch display
  • Keyless entry and push-button start
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • LED headlamps
  • AEB with pedestrian detection
  • Lane keep assist (LKA)
  • Forward collision warning (FCW)
  • Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
  • Traffic sign recognition (TSR)
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Kerbside camera (passenger side)
  • Reversing camera
  • Rear differential lock (4x4 model)
  • Driving modes
  • Manual air-conditioning

The specification is very thorough for the money.

GWM Ute Cannon-L

For $6,500 more, buyers can go for the GWM Ute Cannon-L. This model costs from $41,490 driveaway.

On top of the standard Cannon, this model has:

  • Stainless steel sports bar
  • 18-inch Luxury alloy wheels
  • 6-way power-adjustable driver's seat
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Heated front seats
  • 360° surround view camera
  • Privacy glass
  • Auto air-conditioning
  • Power-adjustable and folding door mirrors, with indicators
  • Cargo ladder
  • Automatic anti-glare rear-view mirror
  • Chrome-plated front grille, side mirrors and door handles
  • 2 tweeters and 4 woofers

In other words, quite a lot of extra goodies.

GWM Ute Cannon-X

GWM's top of the range model is the Cannon-X. It costs an extra $3,000, a total of $44,490 driveaway.

GWM Cannon-X highlights:

  • Black luxury interior
  • 7-inch colour instrument cluster
  • 2 smart keys
  • Tilt and slide adjustable steering column
  • Power-assist steering modes (Comfort, Normal and Sport)
  • Wireless phone charging
  • Door ajar warning
  • 60:40 second-row rear seats
  • Rear row armrest

That's a considerable selection of additional features, for less than the price of an entry-level 4x4 dual-cab Mitsubishi Triton or a Ford Ranger XL dual-cab.

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GWM Ute CannonGWM Ute Cannon-LGWM Ute Cannon-X
2.0-litre turbo-diesel, 4x2, 8-speed auto, double cab pick-up: $34,990

2.0-litre turbo-diesel, 4x4, 8-speed auto, double cab pick-up: $37,990

2.0-litre turbo-diesel, 4x4, 8-speed auto, double cab pick-up: $41,4902.0-litre turbo-diesel, 4x4, 8-speed auto, double cab pick-up: $44,490
The above prices are Recommended Delivered Prices for private buyers in NSW postcode 2000, taken from the GWM Australia website in February 2022.

Great Wall Motors charges the following for paint colours other than Pure White:

  • Pittsburgh Silver ($595)
  • Blue Sapphire ($595)
  • Scarlet Red ($595)
  • Crystal Black ($595)

Overview

The GWM Ute ute, so good, they named it twice?

Putting aside the GWM branding, this is a genuinely attractive ute that has a heap of equipment. The low driveway prices are sure to attract buyers. Plus, GWM included some truly nifty features into the Ute. For the money, the spec list is really rather impressive. Some testers called it the best vehicle GWM has built to date. GWM cleverly sought out mechanical components from brands like ZF transmissions and Borg Warner and bolstered up the ute's safety assists.

If the reasonably low purchase price and long equipment list weren't enough to convince you, then perhaps the 7-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty and 5 years of capped-price servicing and roadside assistance are.

Should it go on your shortlist? Maybe, particularly if you're wanting to spend as little as possible on a new ute.

WebsiteProsConsNotable quote
CarExpert
  • Tech and infotainment
  • Cabin practicality and space
  • Safety
  • Value for money
  • Slightly cheap interior styling on Cannon-X
  • No sat-nav on Cannon-X
  • Steering wheel controls could be better
"It's still a solid performer on and off the road, and still represents great value compared to a HiLux or Ranger. It's not a class-leader in any particular area, but it doesn't need to be with a sticker price around $40,000 driveaway."
CarsGuide
  • Excellent standard spec sheet
  • Best GWM model yet
  • Engine performance defies official figures
  • Little rough at low-speed
  • Wheel reach adjustment reserved for range-topper
  • Misses out on capped-price servicing
"It's good enough to worry the LDV T60 and SsangYong Musso, and with a long warranty backing it up, could also cause some customers considering mainstream, big-name utes to take a look at the reborn and renamed Great Wall Cannon. Talk about bang for your buck! Geddit? Cannon? Bang?"
Drive
  • Cost-defying spec list
  • Major advancement in drive and polish
  • Quality and spacious interior
  • Would benefit from local-tuning
  • Some Chinese language-carryovers
  • Towing capacity down on class benchmark
  • Needs more oomph
"While it may not quite go toe-to-toe with the best-sellers in the 4x4 ute class, the GWM Ute treads precariously close. This isn't the dual-cab to put the HiLux and Ranger on notice just yet, but it is sure to lure plenty of buyers who don't see the need to pay a premium just because established brands demand it."
WhichCar
  • Sensational value for money
  • Amazing around-town handling
  • Clever tailgate step (Cannon-L)
  • Vexing cruise control increments
  • Air-con has to work hard
  • Irritating sounds and pings from safety tech
  • Gear shift ergonomics
  • Towing capacity
"Despite a few irritations in the cabin, it's well specced, safe, decent to drive and represents astonishing value for money."

Engine and performance

Under the bonnet, you'll find one of GWM's 2.0-litre turbo diesel engines.

GWM 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine

There's not a huge amount of information available about the GWM Ute's engine. Certainly not as much as its rivals.

It's labelled as GW4D20M. Power measures 120kW at 3,600RPM (according to Great Wall Motors Global) and torque a reasonable 400Nm between 1,500-2,500RPM.

Smartly, GWM paired this engine with an 8-speed ZF 8HP gearbox. Volkswagen uses a variant of this transmission in the Amarok, as do dozens of other manufacturers.

Car reviewers' impressions of the GWM Ute engine and transmission line-up

For the modest capacity of the engine, the GWM Ute isn't low-powered. Multiple reviewers uttered this sentiment. For example, the D-Max or BT-50 with a similarly-sized (but not exactly) powerplant has less power and torque on paper. Car reviewers did comment that there was a small, but detectable amount of lag from the get-go, but added that the engine then kicks in once the revs start to climb.

Reportedly, when you place a demand on the engine, it is initially a little rough. It was suggested that almost all other utes had less turbo lag from a standing start. One tester wrote that this phenomenon didn't last too long and the ute will then get its bearings once you're up to highway speed. One of the reviewing panel described the GWM Ute as a competent motorway performer.

A different source suggested, when looking at the numbers, you'd think the Ute is a little short on power and torque, but in reality, it defies these digits. This view was seconded by another of the reviewing panel, who said the performance on real roads was quite vigorous. A third tester said the engine was now a standout element of the GWM Ute, designating it as a solid package. They conceded it wasn't the most elegant diesel ever made, but that it had an eagerness across the rev-band and that once you're up and moving, it could even press you into the seat with steady acceleration.

With a ZF transmission, you'd expect a lot. It was described as a slick operator, capable of compensating for some of the engine's lethargy at certain revs (as above, apparently, if you mash the throttle, the engine takes a brief moment to respond). It was this gearbox that one tester determined improved the GWM Ute's acceleration from the off. Of course, the transmission switches between gears rhythmically and it possesses an intelligent map, according to one journalist.

TL;DR? It seems the GWM Ute has a better engine than it's ever had, with one of the testers saying this was the ute's best feature.

GWM Ute engine and transmission figures

2.0-litre turbo diesel GW4D20M

Engine typeTurbocharged
DrivetrainRWD or 4WD
Engine size/displacement2.0-litres
Fuel typeDiesel
Cylinders4, inline
Fuel tank capacityN/A
Maximum power120kW at 3,600RPM
Maximum torque400Nm at 1,500-2,500RPM
Fuel consumption (best model, combined)8.3L/100km (4x2)
Acceleration (0-100km/h)N/A
Emissions standardEuro 5
Top speed (km/h)N/A
SecurityEngine immobiliser
Transmission8-speed automatic
Towing capacity (braked)Up to 3,000kg

GWM Ute fuel economy

For our reviews, we always reference the Green Vehicle Guide, a government fuel economy initiative.

2.0-litre turbo diesel

There are several different fuel economies listed on the Green Vehicle Guide for the Great Wall Motors Ute, one works out to:

  • Combined: 8.3L/100km
  • Urban: 9.4L/100km
  • Extra: 7.2L/100km

Those figures work out to an approximate annual cost of $1,635 on diesel, if you spend 66% of your time in town. Cross-referencing this with the brochure, it appears to apply to the 4x2 Cannon.

The 8-speed automatic model, as a 4x4, uses:

  • Combined: 9.4L/100km
  • Urban: 10.4L/100km
  • Extra: 8.7L/100km

This model uses more diesel and the estimated annual cost is nearer to $1,856.

What you need to know about fuel economy

All car manufacturers put their vehicles through standardised fuel testing procedures. These tests are great because they allow you to compare models from different manufacturers.

However, the tests take place under strict conditions. On public roads, every trip is going to be different. Traffic, the weather, road surfaces, vehicle health and payloads all vary, meaning the economy you achieve may be different to the brochure figures.

It is quite common to see a vehicle vary by as much as 1.0L (or more) from the brochure fuel economy data.

How much diesel did the GWM Ute burn on test?
Handily, motoring journalists tend to report the fuel economy they achieved while testing their press cars.One of the testers managed to record 0.1L/100km under the official 9.4L/100km. Another tester reported 0.8L/100km higher figures. The final journalist used 0.5L/100km more than the brochure figures.That's well within the 1.0L/100km margin we typically spot when analysing reviews, so that's good. However, do your due diligence and, if you can, try to test drive a GWM Ute and see what fuel economy you log during your time with it.It's not bad, but it's a long way off some of its rivals with similarly sized engines. The Ford Ranger double-cab 4WD uses 7.4L/100km combined (on paper) and the Mazda BT-50's fuel economy is given as 6.7L/100km combined.Handling

Is there any point reviewing a ute's handling?

It can seem a little odd assessing the handling of a ute. Not that long ago, they were super spartan, commercial vehicles that were a little jarring and sometimes felt like a handful.

But now, more and more buyers are using them as a daily driver. In answer, ute builders have worked at making them more refined and comfortable.

What's the GWM Ute like to drive?

First, as you would expect with a commercial vehicle, which Great Wall Motors claims can carry up to 1,050kg (as a dual-cab), the rear suspension is heavy-duty. It needs to be, so it can hold over a tonne of stuff, but when it's got nothing in the tray, it's as uncompressed as it'll ever be. As a result, all utes exhibit a jouncy (to some extent) unladen ride. The rear suspension is a bit busy, but if you test drive a few utes, you'll find this trait is common across them all. This was put into context when one of the motoring experts said that the GWM Ute wasn't any less yielding than its competitors.

With some weight secured into the tray, reviewers found the GWM Ute became a little more pliant. However, they noted it still wasn't perfect, with potential for some refinements to be made on the next iteration. One of the testers loaded it up to near its maximum payload and found things still held together well. It left them surprised at how well it carried the extra weight.

Reviewers gave GWM a big thumbs up for fitting disc brakes all-round, as many manufacturers still fit drum brakes.

Other testers were surprised by how well the GWM Ute behaves around town. Testers detected a sensation of vagueness to the steering, which isn't uncommon in larger, commercial vehicles. They indicated that this needs to be controlled, meaning presumably you have to put a little effort into keeping the GWM Ute moving in a straight line.

The steering was described as lightly weighted, easy to turn but perhaps slightly sluggish.

Apparently, around corners the ute holds onto the road admirably, responding in a steady and manageable manner. One of the testers believed that the GWM Ute didn't handle as well as the segment average benchmark, with road imperfections causing it to get a little wallowy. They thought this could be fixed with some local tuning, as many ute builders do. They decided this should be on GWM Australia's to-do list, with a high priority. That same reviewer also recognised that the Ute wasn't extreme in any manner, it was just somewhat average. Bearable, but lacking some polish was how one tester summed it up.

It seems the GWM Ute handles okay, it's not going to trouble any of the segment leaders, but the motoring experts surmised it could hold its own most of the time.

Interior and equipment

What's the interior of the GWM Ute like?

Is "You get what you pay for" a true statement anymore? Because, with the GWM Ute, you certainly get a lot of clobber for your cash.

Base spec models would probably sit fairly high up in most competitor line-ups. One of the reviews we analysed stated the interior was much closer to a high-end sedan and that it actually outclassed some of its more established adversaries. This belief was seconded by another reviewer, which hinted that the GWM Ute was better than some of its contemporaries. GWM received compliments for the materials it chose, which are supposedly high quality. This was supported by one of the other testers.

It sounds like things are relatively stylish in the cabin too, which hasn't always been the case with the less expensive utes. Obviously, lower-end models like the Cannon and Cannon-L aren't as well-equipped as the higher-spec X.

A reviewer said that the Cannon-X range-topper had a premium air that seems contrary to the asking price. Another tester suggested the switchgear used was weighty and substantial.

The seats are reportedly very comfortable. Reviewers deemed the interior space as good, with enough room for even tall persons in the rear. It was suggested that almost everyone will find the Cannon-X trim accommodating. One reviewer indicated it was in contention for best-in-class second-row space.

In terms of things that aren't great, reviewers said that the steering wheel controls were cumbersome and that the infotainment display is overly reflective, especially in bright sunlight. More than one motoring journalist noted the occasional embedded Chinese language alerts for vehicle functions, which they understandably wanted in English so they could comprehend what it was telling them. Another writer moaned that the Cannon and Cannon-L lacked steering wheel reach adjustment, perhaps as a way to lower costs. They also had a little bugbear that the lane keeping assist defaulted to hijacking the driver's multi-information display after a time delay. One motoring writer found that the armrest annoyingly moved around with very little effort on Cannon and Cannon-L grades. Others found the Cannon sounded too many irritating and unnecessary bongs and chimes during normal operation.

Storage space is apparently adequate, with all the usual cubbies you'd expect. It was described as sufficient, but not groundbreaking. One tester criticised the Ute, saying the door pockets weren't deep enough, even hinting that on rough surfaces, things could be ejected.

One tester went as far as describing the surround-view mode as the best in its class.

Finally, the tray design gathered a lot of positive comments. Testers liked that the tailgate was controlled with 2 struts, opening more like a passenger car. Plus, many of the reviewers loved the ingenuity of the pop-out step that is located on the top edge of the tailgate. It means you don't have to scuff up your jeans clambering in the back. That's important, considering GWM applies a spray-on bed liner to the Cannon-L model.

In summary, it sounds like a comfortable and well thought-out cabin.

GWM Ute safety, security and driver assists

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ANCAP rating5 star (Sold from October 2021, built after August 2021)
Dual front, side and curtain airbags
Front centre airbag
Vehicle stability control (ESC/ESP)
Traction control system (ASR/TCS)
Secondary collision mitigation (SCM)
Collision auto-unlock function
Fuel cut function
Electronic parking brake (auto hold)
Dynamic steering torque system (DST)
Hill-start assist control (HSAC)
Hill descent control (HDC)
Hydraulic brake assist system (HBA)
Forward collision warning (FCW)
Autonomous emergency braking (AEB - pedestrian and cycle detection)
Lane departure warning (LDW)
Lane keep assist (LKA)
Lane change assist (LCA)
Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
Cruise control
Traffic sign recognition (TSR)
Overspeed warning system
Speed limit reminding system
Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
Front parking sensor✖️✖️22
Rear parking sensor
Reversing camera✖️✖️
Passenger side kerbside camera✖️✖️
360° around view camera✖️✖️
Seatbelt warning system – all seats
Second-row ISOFix (outboard seats)
Rear door child safety lock
Speed-sensing central door locking
Emergency stop signal (ESS)
Locking centre diff
Rear electric diff lock
Power-assisted steering modes (Normal, Comfort, Sport)✖️✖️✖️
Driving modes (Standard, Economy, Sport, 4L)
Engine immobiliser
Remote central locking (with auto-lock function)
Keyless entry (and push-button ignition)
Rear recovery point
4-wheel disc brakes
Anti-glare rear-view mirrorManualManualAutomaticAutomatic
Rear window defroster
Automatic headlamps
Powered height-adjustable headlamps
Daytime running lamps
Manual speed warning
LED headlamps (high and low beam)
LED indicator lamp "Waterflow" style
Follow me home headlight function
Automatic steering fog lamps
Rear fog lights
LED rear lights
High-mount LED brake light

GWM Ute interior and comfort features

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9-inch touchscreen
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
AM/FM radio
Bluetooth® hands-free
Voice recognition✖️✖️✖️
4 speakers (woofers)✖️✖️
2 tweeters, 4 woofers✖️✖️
7-inch colour instrument cluster✖️✖️✖️
3.5-inch colour instrument cluster (dimmable lights)✖️
Manual air-conditioning✖️✖️
Automatic air-conditioning✖️✖️
Rear air-conditioning vents
Cabin pollen filter
Black interior – Standard
Black interior – Luxury✖️✖️✖️
Comfort-Tek leather seats✖️
Leather seats✖️✖️✖️
Heated front seats✖️✖️
6-way manually-adjustable driver's seat✖️✖️
6-way power-adjustable driver's seat✖️✖️
4-way manual-adjustable passenger's seat✖️
4-way power-adjustable passenger's seat✖️✖️✖️
60:40 second-row split seats✖️✖️✖️
Second-row armrest✖️✖️✖️
Middle headrest second row
Polyester steering wheel✖️✖️
Leather-wrapped steering wheel✖️✖️
Paddle shifter
Electronic gear shifter
Scuff plates
Dashcam power outlet
USB port for dashcam
12V power outlet
2 front USB ports, 1 rear USB charging port
Wireless charging✖️✖️✖️
220V power outlet
Driver's seat sunglasses holder
Passenger side sun visor mirror
Front and rear electric windows, driver's window one-touch up/down✖️
Front and rear electric windows, all windows one-touch up/down✖️✖️✖️
Power-adjustable door mirrors with indicatorsManual foldingManual foldingAutomatic foldingAutomatic folding
Roof light
Footwell light✖️✖️✖️
Adjustable up and down steering column✖️
Adjustable tilt/slide steering column✖️✖️✖️

GWM Ute exterior highlights

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ANCAP rating5 star (Sold from October 2021, built after August 2021)
Dual front, side and curtain airbags
Front centre airbag
Vehicle stability control (ESC/ESP)
Traction control system (ASR/TCS)
Secondary collision mitigation (SCM)
Collision auto-unlock function
Fuel cut function
Electronic parking brake (auto hold)
Dynamic steering torque system (DST)
Hill-start assist control (HSAC)
Hill descent control (HDC)
Hydraulic brake assist system (HBA)
Forward collision warning (FCW)
Autonomous emergency braking (AEB - pedestrian and cycle detection)
Lane departure warning (LDW)
Lane keep assist (LKA)
Lane change assist (LCA)
Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
Cruise control
Traffic sign recognition (TSR)
Overspeed warning system
Speed limit reminding system
Tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS)
Front parking sensor✖️✖️22
Rear parking sensor
Reversing camera✖️✖️
Passenger side kerbside camera✖️✖️
360° around view camera✖️✖️
Seatbelt warning system – all seats
Second-row ISOFix (outboard seats)
Rear door child safety lock
Speed-sensing central door locking
Emergency stop signal (ESS)
Locking centre diff
Rear electric diff lock
Power-assisted steering modes (Normal, Comfort, Sport)✖️✖️✖️
Driving modes (Standard, Economy, Sport, 4L)
Engine immobiliser
Remote central locking (with auto-lock function)
Keyless entry (and push-button ignition)
Rear recovery point
4-wheel disc brakes
Anti-glare rear-view mirrorManualManualAutomaticAutomatic
Rear window defroster
Automatic headlamps
Powered height-adjustable headlamps
Daytime running lamps
Manual speed warning
LED headlamps (high and low beam)
LED indicator lamp "Waterflow" style
Follow me home headlight function
Automatic steering fog lamps
Rear fog lights
LED rear lights
High-mount LED brake light
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Wheels18-inch Premium alloys18-inch Premium alloys18-inch Luxury alloys18-inch Luxury alloys
Front grilleGreyGreyChromeChrome
Front bumper body-colour
Rear bumper body-colour
Body colour exterior door mirror✖️✖️
Electroplated exterior door mirror✖️✖️
Electroplated door handles✖️✖️
Body colour door handle✖️✖️
Body colour wheel flares
Side steps
Stainless steel sports bar✖️✖️
Shark fin antenna
Easy-up/down tailgate✖️✖️
Cargo ladder✖️✖️
Anti-rust protection
Engine cover

Verdict

GWM's Ute is a cost-effective ute that manages to deliver a heap of tech, for a comparatively small amount of money. You get some genuinely innovative equipment like the cargo ladder that lives inside the tailgate when not in use. It's genuinely easy on the eye and includes a lot of equipment.

It seems the GWM Ute isn't perfect, but very few cars are. If you're considering a ute near this price point, like the Mitsubishi Triton, then you should test drive the GWM Ute Cannon, as you might find you're getting a better deal.We analysed and combined 4 GWM Ute reviews into this single guide, to help you save some time. With the time we've saved you, why not take a moment to compare car insurance and car loans, sometimes you can save hundreds of dollars.

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