Chery is a state-owned company founded by the Chinese government in 1997. It is one of the largest carmakers in China and produces a range of passenger cars, people movers, and SUVs. Chery re-entered the Australian market after a largely unsuccessful two-year run from 2011 to 2013 when it sold the budget-priced J3 hatch and the J11 small SUV. It kicked off its reborn range in 2023 with the Omoda 5 small SUV, which will be followed up by the Tiggo 7 and Tiggo 8 Pro SUVs. More hybrid and electric models are on the horizon.
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