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Chery making breadvan.

Chery appear to be busy making ‘bread vans‘ or mini MPV’s. These little MPV’s are the bread and butter automobile of several Chinese auto companies, namely Chang’an. The little 7 seaters, or sometimes 9/10/11 seaters are a backbone of the Chinese economy, they are often used to ferry workers around, carry goods, or just simply annoy other drivers into driving at walking speeds.

The most interesting thing about this Chery breadvan, is the guy sitting inside smoking - just who is he? and secondly, why does this van look a lot like the Suzuki Landy? It could just be that the Suzuki Landy is being used as a test mule for Chery benchmarking, or it could just be a car that was highly inspired!




source: China Car Times
 

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Re: Chery 'bread vans'

They look gd. :D

But why the tester is smoking in the van while testing, so unprofessional. :mad:
 

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HKS said:
They look gd. :D

But why the tester is smoking in the van while testing, so unprofessional. :mad:
Smoking is the first thing I noticed.

In some countries smoking is very big and hasn't become anti social like it has in some other countries.
 

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A while ago, Chery mentioned they wanted to get into every market niche, we didnt realize that they also meant the flatbed mini truck market, a market which is already teaming with dozens of different manufactures, ranging from the 20,000rmb marker. We dont quite understand how Chery expects to compete in this segment, but best of luck to them. The interior on this Karry model looks quite good to other manufacturers, but we doubt that the farmers that buy these sort of vehicles have much interest in asthetics, but rather price.

Eagle-eyed readers may notice that the Chery logo has gone from the Karry flatbed, and has been replaced with a simple blue ‘Karry’ oval. The reason? Chery plans to push their Karry range over into their own brand, which will be touted around third tier farmers cities, and to foreign developing markets.
 
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