Chery’s latest SUV, the Tiggo5, is quite possibly the Anhui outfits best looking vehicle to date. The Tiggo5 is part of Chery’s reformation plan to revitalize what once was a thriving little enterprise that lost its way by expanding too fast.
Pricing for the 2.0L DVVT powered Tiggo5 is quite competitive and onpar with its domestic rivals, a range of six models have been released ranging from 93,900RMB for the base model rising to just over 150,000RMB for the top of the line model. Tough competition will be found from the Haval H6 and BYD S6.
The question remains – as the first Chinese company to mass produce an SUV with the Tiggo3, only to give the market away to rivals, will the Tiggo5 make up for lost time in a now crowded market?