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Chery upgrades J11 mini-SUV

Published: 11 April 2014

Australia’s cheapest SUV now $1000 dealer due to ESC, smaller new engine and fresh look

Chery J3 2013: First Drive

Published: 21 October 2013

The 'get what you pay for' adage has never been more true than it is for the Chery J3

Chery reloads its Australian range

Published: 10 October 2013

Fledgling Chinese brand axes smallest model, but upgrades the safety of J3 and J11 as new J4 looms

SHANGHAI MOTOR SHOW: Two new Chery cars ripe

Published: 24 April 2013

China's Chery shows new small sedan and SUV in Shanghai, both likely for Oz

Chery launch ‘premature’

Published: 13 March 2013

Chinese brand’s quality issues have blighted its arrival in Australia, but distributor believes the worst is over

Chery ripe for roll out in Victoria?

Published: 22 May 2012

But selling Chinese brand in southern state a fruitless task until stability control issue resolved

Double trouble for Australia’s cheapest car

Published: 08 August 2011

Chinese-made Chery J1 gets recalled, then a slap on the wrist from safety authority

Australia's cheapest car to remain at $10,990

Published: 01 June 2011

Drive-away deal continues on Chinese hatchback

Chery J1

Published: 12 May 2011

Australia’s cheapest new car sets new low benchmark in more ways than one

$10,990; Australia's cheapest car just got cheaper

Published: 28 April 2011

$1000 Cash back for Chinese Chery J1 hatchback sets new benchmark

Chery hits the ground in Oz

Published: 24 February 2011

Official pricing, specs for Chinese brand's first two models

Chery Triple Treat

Published: 21 April 2010

We've driven the first three Chinese cars coming to Oz - Chery's city runabout, small hatch and softroader

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