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December 15, 2023

GWM Philippines Launches Tank 300 For P 2.678M (w/ Specs)

Luxuriant Auto Group, Inc. (LAGI) the exclusive distributor of GWM (Great Wall Motor) vehicles adds the Tank brand to its local portfolio and the first product to be launched is the Tank 300.

Built on the TANK platform, the Tank 300 is a body-on-frame SUV in the same vein as a Jeep Wrangler or Ford Bronco. The solid foundation provides exceptional rigidity and stiffness perfect for its go-anywhere, do-anything positioning. This is supplemented by its electronically-controlled mechanically locking front and rear locking differentials as well as an All-Terrain Mode Selector with Crawl Control and Tank Turn Assist which reduces the turning circle to easily maneuver it into tight or narrow spaces.

Powering the sole Tank 300 variant in the Philippines is a turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine producing 217 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 380 Nm of torque from 1,800 to 3,600 rpm. This is then mated to an 8-speed ZF automatic transmission. An intelligent start-stop system is standard.

The Tank 300 measures in at 4,760 mm in length (wheelbase of 2,750 mm), while its key off-roading metrics are: 33 degrees approach and 34 degrees departure angles, 224 mm of ground clearance, and 700 mm of water wading capability.

For the Philippine market, the Tank 300 comes with a microfiber/leather steering wheel, nappa leather accentuated seats, twin 12.3-inch full-color screens—one for the gauges and another for the infotainment, ambient interior lighting, and a 9-speaker Infinity sound system. Its set of Advanced Safety Assist System gives it Level 2 autonomous driving capability.

The Tank 300 is now available for orders at P 2.678 million. Customer delivers early 2024.

GWM Tank 300 Philippine Specifications
  • Overall Length: 4,760 mm
  • Overall Width: 1,930 mm
  • Overall Height: 1,903 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2,750 mm
  • Front / Rear Tracks: 1,608 mm
  • Ground Clearance: 224 mm
  • Wading Depth: 700 mm
  • Approach Angle: 33 degrees
  • Departure Angle: 34 degrees
  • Turning Radius: 6 meters
  • Curb Weight: 2,155 kilograms
  • Gross Vehicle Weight: 2,552 kilograms
  • Towing Capacity: 2,500 kilograms (braked) / 750 kilograms (unbraked)
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 75 liters
  • Engine: 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder gas
  • Transmission: 8-speed ZF automatic
  • Maximum Output: 217 horsepower @ 5,500 rpm
  • Maximum Torque: 380 Nm @ 1,800 to 3,600 rpm
  • Drivetrain: 4WD
  • Wheels & Tires: 265/65 R 17 All-Terrain
  • Front and Rear Brakes: Ventilated Disc
  • Front Suspension: Independent Double Wishbone
  • Rear Suspension: Coil Spring, Multi-Link
GWM Tank 300 Philippine Key Features
  • Electric Power Steering
  • Intelligent Start-Stop System
  • Front + Rear Electronic Differential Locks
  • All-Terrain Mode Selector + Crawl Control + Tank Turn
  • Chassis Guard Board
  • Microfiber/Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
  • Paddle Shifters
  • Nappa Leather-Accentuated Seats
  • 12.3-inch Full Color Instrument Cluster
  • 12.3-inch Full Color Touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Ambient Interior Lighting
  • Cooling Box
  • Luggage Cabin 220V Power Outlet + Trailer Power Outlet
  • 9-Speaker Infinity Sound System
  • Electronic Stability Program + Level 2 ADAS
  • 360-degree Camera
  • LED Headlights with Auto High Beam + Daytime Running Lights
  • LED Taillights
  • Steering Responsive Headlights
  • Front Fog Lights
  • Rear Fog Light


  1. Good pricing for a 4X4 Chinese SUV
    Its positioned as an affordable alternative to the Jeep Wrangler

  2. Not sure if price sounds right for a 2.0-liter 4 cylinder engine SUV trying to copy the Land Cruiser Prado.

    1. Tank 300 is in the market since 2020 😂
      New Prado was only introduced in 2023 😂

  3. Another unreliable cheap copycat

  4. Overpriced. GWM tank TOTL in Australia is only 2 million pesos.

    1. people are always comparing prices of cars here and abroad without considering taxation systems of countries. 🤷🏽‍♂️

  5. Uly, hope you can review both the Tank and the Cannon pickup :)

    1. If they are brave enough and will let uly review it, i think both will be blown up and shredded into pieces. Maybe like a tank hit by a cannon.

  6. I just don't trust Chinese cars. I'll have to wait maybe 5 to 10 years to see if their reliable and durable.

    1. You just can't afford it
      Dami pang palusot dot com

    2. No, he is right. Chinese cars are still unproven. What's proven however is that they have no parts available when you need them.

    3. If you travel or work in oman, you will see chinese cars and pick ups there are workhorses.
      Chinese cars has been around for more than 35years. Maybe you havent explored the world yet. Now you know.
      Youre welcome.


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