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Chery J3 gets more power, adds auto and cruise from $15,990 driveway

The Chery J3 small hatchback has been lightly upgraded with standard stability control, a more powerful engine and the availability of an automatic continuously variable transmission (CVT) for the first time...

Chery Alpha 7 concept previews new Chinese small sedan

The Chery Alpha 7 concept has been previewed ahead of its unveiling at this weekend's Shanghai auto show. The Chery Alpha 7 concept debuts a new design language for the Chinese manufacturer, sporting an attractive headlight and front grille design and tight Euro-inspired lines...

Chery Beta 5: compact SUV concept teased

The first official images of the Chery Beta 5 concept have been released ahead of its debut at this week's Shanghai auto show. Reportedly based on the same underpinnings as the Chinese manufacturer's Tiggo 5 SUV, UK magazine Autocar says the Chery Beta 5 will introduce more luxurious and contemporary styling to the line-up when it enters production in 2015...

Chery prices could fall below $9990

The importer of Chinese brand Chery says its next generation of small cars could be even cheaper than its current crop – despite the Chery J1 already retailing as the cheapest car on the Australian market. Ateco Automotive's general manager of new ventures, Dinesh Chinappa, says the local importer is currently discussing the potential for the J1 sub-light hatch's replacement...

Former Porsche designer to help redefine Chery

Chinese car maker Chery has appointed a former Porsche designer to oversee its future vehicle styling direction as it attempts to boost its image and credibility over the coming years...

Chery J1 price cut to below $10,000

The price of the Chinese-built Chery J1 has been cut to $9990 driveaway, making it the first passenger car in 15 years to be available for less than $10K. Chery has slashed $1000 from the five-door J1 city car (above) and $2000 from the larger J3 hatchback (below) – now $12,990 driveaway – as it aims to turn around dismal 2012 sales...

Chery J11 scores two-star ANCAP safety rating: Least safe new SUV in Australia

The Chery J11 has achieved one of the worst crash test results in recent years, with the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) handing the Chinese-built SUV a lowly two-star rating. The two-star result is the poorest rating for any vehicle other than a light commercial vehicle, and puts the J11 on par with the cut-price Mahindra Pik-Up and the Great Wall V240 utilities...

Chery J3 on sale in Australia, full specifications confirmed

The Chery J3 has been launched in Australia, becoming one of the cheapest small cars on the market. Priced from just $14,990 driveaway, the Chinese-built J3 undercuts the most popular cars in the small class by around $5000, while offering a list of standard features vehicles worth twice the price find difficult to match...

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