Chery Tiggo 7 Pro

  • Chery Tiggo 7 Pro spied in Malaysia – C-SUV Proton X70 rival, 1.6T w 197 hp/290 Nm, launching Q2 2024

    Chery Tiggo 7 Pro spied in Malaysia – C-SUV Proton X70 rival, 1.6T w 197 hp/290 Nm, launching Q2 2024

    The highly competitive SUV market will very soon get a new contender in this car, the Chery Tiggo 7 Pro. Snapped by Billy Fong, this grey Tiggo 7 Pro is a right-hand-drive model that could well be a pre-production unit with local specs. As with Chery’s two launch models – the Omoda 5 and Tiggo 8 Pro – the Tiggo 7 Pro will be CKD locally assembled in Kulim, Kedah.

    Earlier this month, Chery Malaysia announced that the Tiggo 7 Pro will make its local debut this year, specifically in the second quarter, after the Omoda E5 in March. We’ve previously reported that the C-segment SUV has been confirmed for Malaysia, and Chery also revived a Tiggo 7 Pro Facebook group late last year, so it’s not a big surprise.

    Previously, it was said that Chery would be bringing in the plug-in hybrid version of the Tiggo 7 Pro, but at a 2024 outlook briefing this month, preliminary specs of the Tiggo 7 Pro was revealed with a pure internal combustion engine with no motor assistance. The ICE in question is a 1.6L four-cylinder turbo engine with 197 hp and 290 Nm of torque, mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox for a 0-100 km/h time of 8.3 seconds.

    Chery Tiggo 7 Pro spied in Malaysia – C-SUV Proton X70 rival, 1.6T w 197 hp/290 Nm, launching Q2 2024

    Products from the brand’s second coming are well-equipped, and the Tiggo 7 Pro will follow the trend. The Proton X70 rival will ride on 18-inch alloys and come with an ADAS pack with 17 functions, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, panoramic sunroof and ventilated front seats.

    Also available are kit familiar to current (modern) Chery owners such as a ‘540-degree’ camera, an eight-speaker Sony audio system and a 24.6-inch dual screen. The latter sounds like a TV, but is merely a combination of the central infotainment screen and the digital instrument panel, which are conjoined, Mercedes-Benz-style.

    By the way, the Tiggo 7 Pro is supposed to be the five-seater C-segment model in Chery’s SUV range, sitting between the Omoda 5 and Tiggo 8 Pro. It’s 113 mm longer and 32 mm wider than the Omoda 5, and its 4,513 mm length is similar to that of a Proton X70 (4,519 mm). The styling is also more conventional than the wild Omoda 5, which is fitting. Instead, it looks like a proper smaller sibling to the Tiggo 8 Pro.

    Like Chery Malaysia’s two launch products, the Tiggo 7 Pro will be CKD locally assembled, with a very competitive price to match. Check out our gallery of the C-SUV, which we got up close with in Wuhu, China, last year. What do you think of the Tiggo 7 Pro’s looks and package next to the Proton X70?

    Chery Tiggo 7 Pro spied in Malaysia – C-SUV Proton X70 rival, 1.6T w 197 hp/290 Nm, launching Q2 2024

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    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 7 Pro spyshots

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 7 Pro PHEV

     
     
  • Chery Tiggo 7 Pro launching in Malaysia in Q2 2024 – 1.6T w 197 hp/290 Nm, 7DCT, ADAS, AACP, Sony audio

    Chery Tiggo 7 Pro launching in Malaysia in Q2 2024 – 1.6T w 197 hp/290 Nm, 7DCT, ADAS, AACP, Sony audio

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    Chery Malaysia has officially announced that the Tiggo 7 Pro will make its local debut this year, specifically in the second quarter, after the Omoda E5 in March. We’ve previously reported that the C-segment SUV has been confirmed for Malaysia, and Chery also revived a Tiggo 7 Pro Facebook group late last year, so it’s not a big surprise.

    Previously, it was said that Chery would be bringing in the plug-in hybrid version of the Tiggo 7 Pro, but at a business briefing this morning, preliminary specs of the Tiggo 7 Pro was revealed with a pure internal combustion engine with no motor assistance. The ICE in question is a 1.6L four-cylinder turbo engine with 197 hp and 290 Nm of torque, mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox for a 0-100 km/h time of 8.3 seconds.

    Products from the brand’s second coming are well-equipped, and the Tiggo 7 Pro will follow the trend. The Proton X70 rival will ride on 18-inch alloys and come with an ADAS pack with 17 functions, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, panoramic sunroof and ventilated front seats.

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    Also available are kit familiar to current (modern) Chery owners such as a ‘540-degree’ camera, an eight-speaker Sony audio system and a 24.6-inch dual screen. The latter sounds like a TV, but is merely a combination of the central infotainment screen and the digital instrument panel, which are conjoined, Mercedes-Benz-style.

    By the way, the Tiggo 7 Pro is supposed to be the five-seater C-segment model in Chery’s SUV range, sitting between the Omoda 5 and Tiggo 8 Pro. It’s 113 mm longer and 32 mm wider than the Omoda 5, and its 4,513 mm length is similar to that of a Proton X70 (4,519 mm). The styling is also more conventional than the wild Omoda 5, which is fitting.

    Like Chery Malaysia’s two launch products, expect the Tiggo 7 Pro to be CKD locally assembled, with a very competitive price to match. Check out our gallery of the C-SUV, which we got up close with in Wuhu, China, last year. What do you think of the Tiggo 7 Pro’s looks and package next to the Proton X70?

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 7 Pro PHEV

     
     
  • Chery Malaysia revives Tiggo 7 Pro Facebook group – PHEV version of SUV coming early 2024 as promised?

    Chery Malaysia revives Tiggo 7 Pro Facebook group – PHEV version of SUV coming early 2024 as promised?

    There’s a ‘Tiggo 7 Pro Fans Malaysia (Official)‘ group on Facebook owned by Chery Malaysia. The page has been dormant for sometime, until now. Earlier today, the page owner updated the group cover photo with an image of the Tiggo 7 Pro. The sunset profile shot shows the SUV’s upper body and character lines, along with the front/rear lights. The model’s logo is prominent.

    This could mean that the Tiggo 7 Pro is coming soon to join the Omoda 5 and Tiggo 8 Pro SUVs, Chery Malaysia’s launch models. An impending launch would also match what Chery told us back in April, that the Tiggo 7 Pro PHEV and Tiggo 8 Pro PHEV are confirmed for Malaysia, and are set to arrive early next year.

    We understand that like the ICE-powered Omoda 5 and Tiggo 8 Pro, the PHEV versions will be locally assembled at the Inokom plant in Kulim, Kedah.

    Chery’s in-house Kunpeng e+ PHEV powertrain combines a 1.5 litre turbo engine (154 hp/230 Nm) with a dedicated hybrid transmission (DHT), a 19.27 kWh battery and dual motors for a combined 241 hp/510 Nm. Hauling the bigger, D-segment three-row body of the Tiggo 8 Pro, the PHEV combo is good for 0-100 km/h in 7.0 seconds and a claimed pure EV range of 100 km, with a total range of 950 km. The smaller Tiggo 7 Pro should have superior stats.

    Chery says that its PHEV has nine operating modes – single motor pure electric, dual motor pure electric, series and extended range mode, direct engine drive mode and parallel drive mode.

    The other four is related to energy recovery – parking and charge mode, driving and charge mode, single motor brake energy regeneration and dual motor brake energy regeneration. We’re pretty sure that this PHEV doesn’t work that differently from others, just that Chery decided to spell it all out.

    When Chery’s PHEVs reach our shores, they’ll occupy a rather unique place in the market, as it’s uncommon to find plug-in hybrid SUVs with a mass market badge – the Japanese brands and Proton’s Geely SUVs are all ICE-only.

    Of course, there’s also a pure ICE version of the Tiggo 7 Pro – a 1.6T engine with 184 hp/275 Nm is mated to a seven-speed DCT with AWD as an option, pushing the C-segment SUV to 100 km/h in 9.5 seconds (FWD). By the way, the Tiggo 7 Pro is supposed to the the C-segment model in Chery’s SUV range. It’s 113 mm longer and 32 mm wider than the Omoda 5, and its 4,513 mm length is similar to that of a Proton X70 (4,519 mm).

    What do you think of the Chery Tiggo 7 Pro’s looks and the PHEV package?

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 7 Pro PHEV

     
     
  • Chery Tiggo 7 Pro PHEV and 8 Pro PHEV confirmed for Malaysia – SUVs to debut early next year in CKD form

    Chery Tiggo 8 Pro Max e+ PHEV

    Of late, as we get closer to Chery’s official return to the Malaysian market, we’ve been sharing with you the confirmed models and their timeline.

    The public will get a first look at the brand and its launch models next month at a local auto event, and the Omoda 5 and Tiggo 8 Pro SUVs will be officially launched in June/July. The latter is the latest Max version that just went on sale this year in China. Meanwhile, the electric version of the Omoda 5 – the Omoda 5 EV, as shown at Auto Shanghai 2023 – is set to reach Malaysia by the end of the year. Click on the links for the full details.

    So, it’s ICE to kickstart the brand here and an EV to take advantage of the tax-free window for CBU electric cars, but plug-in hybrids are also part of the plan, and there are two PHEVs confirmed for Malaysia. They are the five-seat Tiggo 7 Pro PHEV and seven-seat Tiggo 8 Pro PHEV, which wear ‘e+’ branding in China. We don’t know the exact local names for the SUVs yet, but they’re set to arrive early next year, Chery Malaysia told paultan.org.

    Chery Tiggo 7 Pro e+ PHEV

    Like the ICE-powered Omoda 5 and Tiggo 8 Pro – which are powered by 1.5T and 2.0T engines, respectively – the PHEV versions will be locally assembled at the Inokom plant in Kulim. The Kedah plant will be the first factory in the world to CKD the latest Tiggo 8 Pro Max in right-hand drive form.

    Chery’s in-house Kunpeng e+ PHEV powertrain combines a 1.5 litre turbo engine (154 hp/230 Nm) with a dedicated hybrid transmission (DHT), a 19.27 kWh battery and dual motors for a combined 241 hp/510 Nm. Hauling the D-segment three-row body of the Tiggo 8 Pro, the PHEV combo is good for 0-100 km/h acceleration in 7.0 seconds and a claimed pure EV range of 100 km, with a total range of 950 km.

    Chery says that its PHEV has nine operating modes – single motor pure electric, dual motor pure electric, series and extended range mode, direct engine drive mode and parallel drive mode.

    From L-R: Interior of Tiggo 8 Pro PHEV, Tiggo 7 Pro PHEV

    The other four is related to energy recovery – parking and charge mode, driving and charge mode, single motor brake energy regeneration and dual motor brake energy regeneration. We’re pretty sure that this PHEV doesn’t work that differently from others, just that Chery decided to spell it all out.

    When these PHEV Cherys reach our shores, they’ll occupy a rather unique place in the market, as it’s uncommon to find plug-in hybrid SUVs with a mass market badge – the Japanese brands and Proton’s Geely SUVs are all ICE-only. The cars look good and the kit list is sure to be long, so an attractive price and assuring warranty would be key.

    What do you think? Also check out the ICE 2.0T Tiggo 8 Pro, which along with the B-segment Omoda 5, will be paving the way for the ambitious brand in our market.

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 7 Pro PHEV

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 8 Pro PHEV

     
     
  • Chery Tiggo 7 Pro SUV previewed in Malaysia – CR-V, CX-5, X70 C-segment rival with 1.5 Turbo CVT combo

    Chery Tiggo 7 Pro SUV previewed in Malaysia – CR-V, CX-5, X70 C-segment rival with 1.5 Turbo CVT combo

    Chery is back in Malaysia and the Chinese carmaker previewed a couple of its SUVs yesterday. The returning brand’s range at Setia Alam yesterday comprised the Omoda 5 and a trio of Tiggo Pro models. The latter starts with the 4, before going to the 7 and the flagship 8. Here, we’re focusing on the C-segment Tiggo 7 Pro.

    Underpinned by Chery’s T1X platform, the Tiggo 7 Pro is 4,500 mm long and has a 2,670 mm wheelbase. That’s the size of fellow Chinese SUV Geely Boyue (Proton X70), which is 4,519 mm long and has the same 2,670 mm wheelbase length. The five-seater SUV’s boot holds 475 litres, or up to 1,500 litres with split folding back seats down.

    The Tiggo 7 Pro is quite handsome. The modern design looks nothing like the original Tiggo that was sold in Malaysia – some might remember that one from the Chery Alado days, which aped the second-gen Toyota RAV4. Contemporary design cues include a hexagon grille with “galaxy-inspired geometric matrix diamond” mesh, slim LED headlamps and T-shaped LED daytime running light and fog light housings.

    Chery Tiggo 7 Pro SUV previewed in Malaysia – CR-V, CX-5, X70 C-segment rival with 1.5 Turbo CVT combo

    The blacked-out D-pillars and window kink might remind some of the X70, but the lower line is more pinched and below that is a prominent shoulder line crease and another one that extends from the rear lights into the rear doors. Speaking of rear lights, the Tiggo 7 Pro gets an in-trend full-width LED light bar with the Chery script logo above. Lots of empty space on the hatch, Volvo XC40-style.

    The wheels on this baby blue demo unit are 18-inch two-tone alloys, wrapped with 225/60 tyres. Contrasting the paint job are red brake calipers (front and back) and a red T badge on the front wing.

    The Tiggo 7 Pro dashboard has the same family style as its siblings and that means a slim, horizontal main piece with a tall centre console. Once again, it’s a good looking and contemporary dashboard, even if it looks a little familiar in places. The AC vents aren’t visually joined, but the sea surrounding the vents are covered in stitched leather for a classy effect.

    Chery Tiggo 7 Pro SUV previewed in Malaysia – CR-V, CX-5, X70 C-segment rival with 1.5 Turbo CVT combo

    Like in the Tiggo 8 Pro, there are three screens, including a digital instrument panel and a 10.25-inch infotainment one with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and a 360-degree around view monitor. Below this sits a flush monochrome screen for the dual-zone air con (with N95 air filtering) with touch panel buttons.

    In the flagship Tiggo 8 Pro, this AC panel screen is a colour unit, but I actually prefer the more “background” effect of this B&W screen. What’s nice is that there are physical controls for fan speed and temperature either side of the stubby gear lever – frequently used functions such as these should never be hidden away inside a touchscreen.

    The seats – six-way powered for the driver – are covered in black leather with contrast stitching. Voice control, wireless charging and selectable LED ambient lighting are also available. Also on the kit list are a panoramic glass roof, powered tailgate and the full ADAS suite of driver assist features along with six airbags.

    The unit you see here is powered by a 1.5 litre four-cylinder turbo engine. The in-house Acteco unit makes 147 PS at 5,500 rpm and 210 Nm of torque between 1,750 and 4,500 rpm. Power is sent to the front wheels via a CVT with nine virtual ratios. As with the Omoda 5, a 1.6L turbo with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission can be specified, and AWD is an option too. By the way, this unit does not represent the eventual local specs that Malaysia will get – planning is still in the early stages.

    So, what do you think of the Chery Tiggo 7 Pro? I think it looks good both inside and out, and the interior design is way more modern than that of the Chinese SUV everyone knows (X70). You’re getting a lot for sure, but for what money? That’s the unenviable task facing Chery – they have a well-specced and good-looking car, but are surely aware that as a newcomer facing household names such as the Honda CR-V and Mazda CX-5, you’ve got to undercut in RRP.

    And then there’s the Proton X70, which is a Chinese counterpart with Malaysian PR status. It’s not easy to get near to the tiger-badged Boyue’s price, as the Geely has national car benefits, but such a price is probably what consumers are used to, and expect. Reduce the kit count to be price competitive? That will dilute the appeal of a Chinese car, which is expected to offer more for less. As I said, it’s an unenviable task, even with a good product – Malaysia is a difficult car market to enter. Anyway, jiayou.

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 7 Pro in Malaysia

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 7 Pro in South Africa

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 7 Pro, studio images

     
     
  • Chery Malaysia website goes live – Omoda 5, Tiggo 4 Pro, 7 Pro and 8 Pro listed, demo cars on the way in

    Chery Malaysia website goes live – Omoda 5, Tiggo 4 Pro, 7 Pro and 8 Pro listed, demo cars on the way in

    Chery’s return to the Malaysian market, first indicated last December and reiterated in May and earlier again this month, continues to inch along – the company’s Malaysian website is now live, and lists models expected for our market, in this case the Tiggo 4 Pro, Tiggo 7 Pro and Tiggo 8 Pro as well as the Omoda 5 EV.

    The line-up contains no surprises, as they have already been indicated as heading our way when the relaunch takes place. While there is still no timeline for the brand’s official debut here, some demo units are heading to Malaysia, slated to arrive sometime in September. These, the company said, are being brought in for viewing and evaluation purposes, and are to be showcased in a series of closed-door previews.

    In a video call last month, Shawn Xu, vice-president of Chery International, revealed that the demo cars will consist of the Tiggo 7, Tiggo 8 and Omoda 5, as well as PHEV examples. Meant to offer a closer look at what the market can expect, we understand that they are likely to be a mix of right-hand and left-hand drive examples.

    It’s looking likely that the brand’s market return won’t be this year, as originally intended, but in 2023.
    “Regarding the timeline, right now we have the Tiggo 4, 7, 8 and Omoda 5, with two new models coming next year,” Xu said, providing the indication that all the action is set to happen next year.

    Regarding CKD local assembly plans, which has also been mentioned as being in the pipeline, Xu said that discussions were stil ongoing. Last year, it was said that the company was in discussions with a potential joint venture partner to set up CKD operations, and so we asked if there had been any progress on that front.

    “We have several options on the table for the Malaysian market. Regarding our local partner in Malaysia, we have been in discussions for a while and hope to speed up the process to get a conclusion and finalise things soon,” he said.

    It remains to be seen how large the CKD operations will be here. That is, should it happen. Xu said that Chery was deliberating on whether it wants to establish a centralised hub for its RHD manufacturing in the region, or separate and establish factories in different countries for that purpose. It has already found a partner in Indonesia to produce and sell its cars there. “We can also consider using Indonesia to export to other RHD countries – it’s also an option,” he said.

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 4 Pro, South Africa spec

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 7 Pro, South Africa spec

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 8 Pro

    GALLERY: Chery Omoda 5 global debut

     
     
  • Chery Malaysia launches Tiggo 7 Pro official fan page on FB – Proton X70, Honda CR-V rival coming soon?

    Chery Malaysia launches Tiggo 7 Pro official fan page on FB – Proton X70, Honda CR-V rival coming soon?

    After creating two official Facebook fan pages for the Tiggo 8 Pro and Omoda 5, Chery Malaysia has now done the same for the Tiggo 7 Pro. As reported last December, the Chinese car brand will be making a comeback in Malaysia, although we’re still waiting for any of three models mentioned to be launched.

    Measuring in at 4,500 mm long, 1,842 mm wide, 1,746 mm tall and with a wheelbase of 2,670 mm, the Tiggo 7 Pro is larger than the Omoda 5 which is 4,400 mm long and has a wheelbase spanning 2,630 mm. However, it’s smaller than the three-row Tiggo 8 Pro that has an overall length of 4,722 and wheelbase of 2,710 mm.

    The Tiggo 7 Pro is front-wheel drive and available with two turbocharged four-cylinder engines. The first is a 1.5 litre unit developing 150 PS and 230 Nm of torque, with drive transmitted via a CVT that has nine virtual ratios. In its standard form, the 1.5T has a combined fuel consumption of 6.8 l/100 km, but the engine can also be fitted with a 48-volt mild hybrid system for 5.8 l/100 km.

    The other mill is a 1.6 litre direct-injected mill with 197 PS and 290 Nm that is paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission instead, and this configuration enables a rated fuel consumption of 6.6 l/100 km.

    Depending on the market, the Tiggo 7 Pro’s list of available equipment includes remote engine start, power-adjustable front seats with driver’s side memory, “self-cleaning” dual-zone climate control with an ioniser and air quality sensor, a cloud-based infotainment system with a karaoke mode, voice control, over-the-air software updates, a panoramic sunroof and a Sony eight-speaker sound system.

    In China, there is a more premium version called the Tiggo 7 Plus, which sits above the regular Tiggo 7 and features restyled bumpers, a slightly improved interior fancier, dual 12.3-inch screens and an infotainment system that runs on Chery’s Lion 4.0 operating system with Baidu CarLife and Apple CarPlay.

    As for safety and driver assists, the Tiggo 7 Pro gets things like autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane centring assist, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, speed limit assist, a door opening warning, park assist, automatic high beam, six airbags and stability control.

    The Tiggo 7 Pro is a C-segment SUV with five seats that competes against others in the class like the Proton X70, Honda CR-V, Mazda CX-5, Hyundai Tucson, Kia Sportage, Peugeot 3008, Nissan X-Trail and Subaru Forester. Looking forward to it?

    GALLERY: Chery Tiggo 7 Pro

     
     
  • 2022 Chery Tiggo 7 Pro coming to Malaysia soon – X70, CR-V rival with up to 197 PS and 290 Nm, 7DCT

    2022 Chery Tiggo 7 Pro coming to Malaysia soon – X70, CR-V rival with up to 197 PS and 290 Nm, 7DCT

    Having already announced the impending arrival of the Omoda 5 and Tiggo 8 Pro, Chery has now confirmed that its mid-range SUV, the Tiggo 7 Pro, will also be launched in Malaysia, as was previously planned. Together with the seven-seater Tiggo 8 Pro, this five-seater will form a two-pronged assault on the C-segment, this time taking aim at Proton X70 and Honda CR-V.

    The Tiggo 7 Pro occupies roughly the same market segment as the original Tiggo, which was sold here back in 2007. The new model is a whole other beast, however, with a modern design, turbocharged engines and plenty of technology – including several driver assistance features.

    On the outside, the angular design is characterised by an assertive front fascia, sporting slim adaptive LED headlights and a large chrome-framed hexagonal grille. Within the gaping centre opening is the Pro family’s “galaxy-inspired geometric matrix diamond” mesh, which incorporates chrome pins. T-shaped daytime running light and fog light assemblies can be found on either side of the bumper.

    Along the side, you get X70-style glazed D-pillars and window line kink, fake front fender vents with a red T-shaped insert, a prominent shoulder line crease and distinctive rear fender bulges that extend into the rear doors. Wheel options range from 17 to 19 inches in diameter, the latter filling the wheel arches quite well. Completing the look are full-width taillights, a rear bumper-mounted number plate recess and an integrated tailgate spoiler with triple brake lights (!); there are even illuminated roof rails.

    2022 Chery Tiggo 7 Pro coming to Malaysia soon – X70, CR-V rival with up to 197 PS and 290 Nm, 7DCT

    The forward-looking design approach continues inside, although it’s unclear which interior we’ll receive. The Tiggo 7 Pro originally came with a sleek horizontal dashboard with trapezoidal air vents, a 10.25-inch freestanding touchscreen, a 12.3-inch instrument display and Land Rover-style climate controls with touch-sensitive buttons and twin rotary dials.

    In 2021, the Tiggo 7 Plus (shown in these images) was launched in China, which received a Mercedes-Benz-esque widescreen display panel with twin 12.3-inch screens, full-width air vents and a new three-spoke steering wheel. We’ll have to wait and see which version Chery homologates for right-hand-drive markets.

    Whichever one we’ll get, the Tiggo 7 Pro should be richly appointed for the class. In its home market, it gets remote engine start, power-adjustable front seats with driver’s side memory, “self-cleaning” dual-zone climate control with an ioniser and air quality sensor, a cloud-based infotainment system with a karaoke mode, voice control, over-the-air software updates, a panoramic sunroof and a Sony eight-speaker sound system.

    Original Tiggo 7 Pro interior (left), Tiggo 7 Plus interior (right)

    In terms of safety, the Tiggo 7 Pro is available with autonomous emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane centring assist, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, speed limit assist, a door opening warning, park assist and automatic high beam. Six airbags are also offered, as is standard stability control.

    Powering the Tiggo 7 Pro are two engine options, both of them turbocharged four-cylinder units. The 1.5 litre version produces 150 PS at 5,500 rpm and 230 Nm of torque between 1,750 to 4,000 rpm, sent to the front wheels through a CVT with nine virtual ratios.

    The 1.6 litre direct-injected variant churns out a healthy 197 PS and 290 Nm (the latter from 2,000 rpm) and drives the front wheels through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. Fuel consumption is rated at 6.8 litres per 100 km with the 1.5 litre mill and 6.6 litres per 100 km with the 1.6 litre TGDI; a 48-volt mild hybrid system can also be added to the 1.5 litre version, dropping its figure to 5.8 litres per 100 km.

     
     
 
 
 

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