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2023 Chery Omoda 5 EX video review: Australian first drivePlayIconRounded
Launch Review | 20 Mar 2023


After an eight-year hiatus from the Australian market, Chinese-brand Chery is back. What's their cut-price Omoda 5 small SUV like to drive?
The $11,990 car: Chery J1 tested
Review | 7 Oct 2016
The bargain price may appeal but it's easy to see where a new Chinese car maker has cut corners, writes Toby Hagon.
Chery J3 Review
Review | 22 Feb 2013


China's Chery J3 is the size of a Corolla but priced lower than a Yaris. We find out if that makes it good value.

Chinese cars aren’t an emerging threat, they’re here – auto executive
news | 9 Jun 2023
Sales of Chinese cars in Australia have quadrupled in the past three years and now outsell vehicles from South Korea.
Chery Omoda 5 prices increase in Australia after three months on sale
news | 6 Jun 2023
Returned Chinese car maker Chery has moved to nationwide drive-away pricing – but increased prices by up to $1000 in the process.
Chinese Chery iCar 03 electric SUV caught on camera
news | 31 May 2023
Honey, I shrunk the Land Rover Defender. Meet the iCar 03 electric SUV from China.

China now world's largest exporter of new cars – report
news | 23 May 2023
Less than a decade-and-a-half after it became the largest new-car market, China has now become the biggest exporter of new motor vehicles, overtaking Japan, the US and Europe.

Chery Videos

2011 Chery J3 Review
Owner Review | 30 Nov 2015
Please do not buy this car. I was one of the first people to buy a Chery J3 in 2012 and I was truly excited when I got it. Unfortunately it has been nothing but trouble and Chery/dealers do not care because they plan to stop selling cars in Australia. Since purchase the following has failed on my J3. Power steering pump, alternator, starter motor, timing belt, water pump and the headlight bulbs six times at only 86,000 km. It requires a new timing belt every 60,000 km (costs $600) and I have found it very expensive to service. Reliability is non existent. Since 2012 it has had consistent problems starting in the mornings when its cold which is unbelievable in 2015! One of the biggest problems that I have faced is that not many mechanics understand how to work on a Chery and so it can cost you some dreadful prices in labour. The ride handling is extremely poor and all parts of the interior are extremely cheap and not very durable. Leather seats fall apart, seat belt buckles crack and door handles fall off. It comes with 100 000 km or 3 year warranty but it really needs to be a 5 year warranty given how poorly it has been built. The very fact that within one year of having the car they recalled it so they could remove parts made from asbestos should be a huge warning signal on its own. Please do not buy this car, spare yourself my heartbreak. I paid $10,000 after trade in for mine in 2012 but to date would have spent close to $3000 on repairs and servicing alone.
2011 CHERY J1
Owner Review | 28 Aug 2013
2011 CHERY J1
2011 CHERY J1
Owner Review | 10 Oct 2012
2011 CHERY J1

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