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2007 Chery Crossover

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2007 Chery Crossover


By Paul Lienert / Special to The Detroit News


Chinese automaker Chery first unveiled a concept crossover vehicle at the 2004 Beijing show and followed up earlier this year with a production-ready concept at the Shanghai show.

Now, as the company prepares to bring its first products to the United States in 2007, it is testing prototypes of the crossover vehicle, which is known by its internal program code, B14. Aimed at the Chrysler Pacifica and similar family haulers, the Chery crossover will seat up to seven passengers and will be powered by a family of four-cylinder and V-6 engines.

Chery wants to price its crossover under $20,000.
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:puke: :puke: Did the Matrix, Prius and Civic have a threesome? Hopefully this is one reason Chinese vehicles never catch on.
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:puke:  :puke:

Did the Matrix, Prius and Civic have a threesome?  Hopefully this is one reason Chinese vehicles never catch on.

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You took the word right out of my mouth... :lol:
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that thing looks like a mazda 5 clone.. like they just copied it and all the did was change the headlights.. all the Chinese do is COPY someone else's design.. and change the headlights so they wont get sued.. I seen a picture of a chinese car i forget what it was called but the thing looked like a Cavalier!! im sure a Chery HHR and Cobalt clone arent to far behind.. maybe GM can make a deal with them and sell them some of the tooling of cars they dont make anymore.. then they wouldnt have to copy. just change the headlights and we will sell you the tooling to the Geo Metro, Oldsmobile 88, chevy Corsica/beretta, and the S10..
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