We drive the new subcompact crossover to find out
Let's backtrack a bit. Chery first entered our market in 2007. You can still see one puttering around the metro every now and then. In particular, we remember spotting the Chery QQ mini hatchback quite often in those days. Then, it
We list down the latest vehicles introduced in the past month
Looking for a people-mover? You've got more options available on the local market now-nine SUVs and one van were introduced in November. Let's take a closer look at these new family-friendly rides.After years of having the
Yes, that’s six zeros
Another Chinese car manufacturer is entering-or re-entering, rather-the Philippine market.Chery, which first arrived on local shores way back in 2007, is attempting to make a comeback as part of the recent influx of carmakers hailing from the People'
Remember this brand?
Remember Chery? This Chinese brand was all over the place not too long ago (particularly in mini hatchback form), but after passing from one distributor to the next, it seemingly just faded away from the market. Now, a new distributor is reviving
10 decent-looking cars from China
Say what you want about China and its cars, but you can't deny the fact that this Asian country is now truly established as the biggest automotive market in the world in terms of unit sales. Granted, many of the vehicles
Will this change market perception?
Chery Motors Philippines is now reaching out to its clients nationwide by mounting its \"Service Caravan\" through its dealers.\"The Service Caravan program is the follow-up to the real comeback of Chery in the Philippines,\" said CMPI chief executive Porong Herrera. \"
Aims for greater heights with new local partner
Saying that it has learned from the debacle that was Chery Iseway Motors--the Chinese carmaker's previous locally owned distributor--Chery Automobile Company is once again turning over Chery Motors Philippines to a local company.According to Chery Motors Philippines chairman
Led by the updated QQ3
Chery Motors Philippines has been really quiet for the past couple of years. Well, it seems the local subsidiary of the Chinese carmaker hopes to make up for this by launching seven new vehicles at the 2013 Manila International Auto Show.In
To prove it isn't just about the QQ
Chery, one of the many Chinese car brands that, among other things, are known for cloning the vehicles of other carmakers and then branding and selling these as their own, is now out to make a name for itself. Its solution? Hire
To go on sale in 2013
Qoros, a newly established carmaker formed by the partnership between China's largest independent car manufacturer, Chery Automobile, and Israel Corporation, a globally acting industry holding company, has revealed its very first model, which it plans to debut at the 2013 Geneva
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Chery Motors Philippines is adapting what it has learned from Chery Iseway Motors' experience when the latter used to be the exclusive Philippine distributor of Chery vehicles as the former slowly but surely expands its operations in the Philippines.The first move
Brand reboots Metro Manila dealership network
Chery Motors Philippines is streamlining its dealership network in Metro Manila starting with the opening of the Chery Taft-Manila showroom located in Taft Avenue near the corner of Quirino Avenue.The dealership currently has a showroom floor of 200sqm. A service
Philippine-made Chery vehicles to roll off Santa Rosa plant
Chery Motors Philippines may have just taken over the exclusive distributorship of the Chinese-made vehicles from Chery Iseway but it's making sure that it hits the ground running by starting the local assembly of some of its models in Sta.
Executives from China meet with Philippine investment board official
Senior executives from Chery Automobile Company recently paid a visit to the Board of Investments (BOI) to convey the Chinese carmaker's intent to put up an assembly plant in the Philippines within the next five years "to serve the burgeoning left-
Missing in action
The 7th Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) floor is now bustling with activities as car companies try to get the attention of thousands of visitors at the World Trade Center. There is, however, a noticeable void at Chery's display area with
Care to guess why?
While some carmakers have downsized vehicle production in the Philippines or moved major operations to Thailand, the authorized distributor of Chery vehicles in the country has confirmed it will be putting up an assembly plant south of Metro Manila.The confirmation from
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There's talk that Columbian Autocar Corporation, the country's authorized distributor of Kia vehicles, has acquired the distributorship license for Chery from Iseway Motors, the beleaguered local distributor of the Chinese car brand.TopGear.com.ph learned about the development from
<span style="font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial">Which mini car will find its way to the hearts (and wallets) of the budget-conscious Pinoy? <p> </p></span>
Which mini car will find its way to the hearts (and wallets) of the budget-conscious Pinoy?CHANA BENNITHE BENNI is positioned to compete against the Honda Jazz, the Chevy Aveo, and other subcompacts of similar size and engine displacement. As the
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