There are three variants for the Chery Tiggo 7 Pro with the range starting with the Urban base model for $39,990 drive-away, the Elite (our test model) for $41,990 drive-away and the top-spec Ultimate grade which sits at $45,990 drive-away.
The price tag for the Elite puts it on par with most of its rivals with the Hyundai Tucson being the most expensive competitor.
The Elite grade comes with a host of standard features which makes the price tag feel very reasonable. Think full-size spare wheel, keyless entry, keyless start, dual-zone air-conditioning, adjustable coloured ambient lighting and a full suite of LED exterior lights.
There are a lot of premium-ticket items, too, like a panoramic sunroof, electric and heated front seats, synthetic leather upholstery and built-in satellite navigation.
Technology and safety get some serious focus with dual 12.3-inch touchscreen multimedia screen and digital instrument cluster, 360-degree view camera system, powered tailgate, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (both wired) plus an eight-speaker Sony sound system, to name a few.
However, it's the brand-spanking-new five-star ANCAP safety rating that should excite families out there.