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Chery Eastar Cross 1.8L launched in Shenzhen.

Chery Auto said that its Eastar Cross 1.8L is launched today at the Shenzhen auto show. This car meets China's national IV emission standards, and its power is close to a 2.4L engine.

The new car model is driven by the powerful ACTECO 1.8L engine which generates 97kW of power and 170 N.M of torque and performs better than the Mitsubishi 4G64 engine used in the 2.4L model. Chery holds the intellectual property rights to the ACTECO 1.8L engine developed jointly by Chery Auto and the Austrian AVL group. This more powerful engine can help the car achieve energy efficiency as it has created the record of consuming only 5.04L fuel in 100 kilometers.

Chery Eastar Cross is an all-new leisure car developed on the upgraded second-generation Eastar platform. Its major features include a sedan's comfort and maneuverability as well as an MPV's roominess and multi purposes. The launch of the Eastar Cross 1.8L will boost the Eastar Cross brand's lineup and highlight its price/performance ratio.

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Re: Chery V5 CrossEastar

Eastar Cross is called cross over in singapore. there is no 1.8L here, only da 2.4L. i own one and truthfully speaking, da interior sucks! da gap between da dashboard n da right door has a big gap. da agent says dat its da manufacturing fault. my right rear window got stuck and afraid dat da car will get stolen, i had to sleep in da car at night 'cos da window wont close! i called da 24hrs emergency recovery team hotline and no one answered! now my left front window showing da same symptoms! my batteries got flat juz 4hrs of driving on da 1st day of usage. some of da interior joints have ugly finishings. wat else can a say.
 
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