Chery QQ: Sneak Peak

China’s Chery Automotive Group is inspiring set to import upwards of five vehicles into the US beginning in the mid year of 2007. These 2016 models are supposedly going to be less expensive than contending models in their individual classes, undermining a few models by as much as $10,000 per auto. I have been doing a bit of examining and have adapted more about the Chery QQ, the three entryway reduced that will retail for just $6995. Clutch your caps as I read off the not insignificant rundown of standard components for its staggering, low cost.

Exactly when you think you have seen everything, along comes the QQ. Apparently, QQ remains for Quality and Quick as the auto is produced using remainders of crushed Soviet tanks that combat with China amid an extended outskirt clash in 1970. Also, the auto hurdles from 0 to 48 preceding the motor craps out. Goodness, well zero to sixty would have been pleasant, yet oh dear…


Standard components for the QQ will include:

  • Seats, front and back
  • Safety belts with air sacks
  • Glass, all around as required
  • Directing Wheel with horn
  • Dashboard
  • Removable Ashtray
  • Window Regulators {4}
  • Elastic Gaskets
  • Plastic Molding
  • Polyester Tires {4}
  • Hubcaps with fasteners
  • Entryway Handles with driver and front traveler keyholes
  • Radio wire
  • Truck Key with Keyhole
  • Headlights
  • Tail lights
  • Turn signals
  • Brakes
  • Stuns
  • Guards

Entry ways, hood, trunk and rooftop are all standard; body side moldings will probably be additional. Motor, transmission, radiator, deplete, and innumerable different parts will likewise be incorporated once they are expelled from trashed Yugos and retrofitted for the QQ.


Discretionary gear will probably incorporate a radio, agreeable seats, aerating and cooling, and maybe even a back window defroster. Gracious, coincidentally, General Motors has sued and won a judgment against Chery announcing that the “Chery” name sounds excessively near their Chevy name. Chery has concurred and will probably embrace the Forg name for all autos imported to the US. Stay tuned!

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