Can the Chery Tiggo 7 Pro compete with budget offerings in such a stacked segment?

Watch our review to find out what we think
by | May 17, 2021

The influx of budget crossovers from the People’s Republic has not abated in 2021, and one of the first introductions of the year was Chery Philippines’ newest offering, the Tiggo 7 Pro.

This Chery is a five-seat compact crossover that’s easily one of the most interesting vehicles both in its stable and at its price point. It’s got a sporty design, a Euro 5-compliant engine, and a boatload of tech on offer, and it looks like it can give other China cars in its segment a run for their money.

Under the hood, the Tiggo 7 Pro packs a Euro 5-compliant 1.5-liter turbopetrol that produces 145hp and 210Nm and is mated to a CVT. In addition to that potent engine, it gets niceties such as a smart keyless entry system with a push-to-start ignition and remote engine start function, a built-in wireless charging pad, a power liftgate, a massive panoramic sunroof, and multicolor ambient lighting inside the cabin.

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It also gets a 10.25-inch infotainment display with Apple CarPlay connectivity and QD Link for Android devices as well as a 360-degree-view monitor. All that and then some in a P1,198,000 package. Not too shabby, isn’t it?

But can it really compete with other crossovers from the likes of Geely and MG, two Chinese marques that have already established themselves as legitimate competitors in our market? Well, if you want to see what we think about this new crossover, click play on the embedded video above. Don’t forget to tell us what you think about it in the comments afterwards, too.

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