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Chery Tiggo 7 Pro 2024: Australian price and specs

Olek Novak

Chery is about to expand its lineup with the Tiggo 7 Pro midsize SUV, the second vehicle to join the brand’s growing range

The recently-arrived budget brand Chery has announced pricing and specification details for its Tiggo 7 Pro midsize SUV ahead of its arrival in the last quarter of this year. 

Available in three model grades – entry-level Urban, mid-spec Elite and top-spec Ultimate AWD – the Tiggo 7 Pro will be available from $39,990 drive-away in the aforementioned Urban trim. 

The Tiggo 7 Pro will be available in dealers by year’s end

Pitched as a value-focused SUV and the second from the Chery brand, the Tiggo 7 will compete with the likes of the Mahrindra XUV700 and Toyota RAV-4, which are priced from $36,990 and $39,760 respectively before on-road costs. 

The mid-sized SUV will be the second vehicle to launch in Chery’s expanding line-up, joining the already released Omoda 5 small SUV. which began sale in Australia in March this year.

Both vehicles are part of a renewed push by Chery into the Australian market after having originally departed in 2015 following slow sales and a poor safety record. 

The freshly facelifted Chery Tiggo 7 Pro is currently in its second generation

It has also previously been confirmed that the lineup will see the addition of a large SUV – the Tiggo 8 Pro, which will offer a seven-seat layout; though five- and six-seat options are also available globally.

Although new to Australia, the Tiggo 7 Pro we see here is the second generation model which first launched in 2020 and later underwent a facelift earlier this year.

What engines are available on the Tiggo 7 Pro?

All variants of the Tiggo 7 Pro are powered by a 1.6-litre turbo-petrol inline-four cylinder delivering 137kW of power and 275Nm of torque. 

The engine is mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission for all variants, with the SUV available in either front- or all-wheel drive.

How big is the Tiggo 7 Pro?

The Tiggo 7 Pro measures in at 4513mm in length, 1862mm in width and 1696mm in height, with a 2670mm wheelbase. This makes the midsize SUV comparable to the likes of the current Volkswagen Tiguan, Mazda CX-5 and Toyota RAV4.

The Tiggo 7 Pro is the latest entrant to compete in the midsize family SUV segment

Luggage space is a stated 626 litres in size with the back seats upright. 

Let’s take a look at the different grades – and what you get for your money.

What does the Tiggo 7 Pro include in each grade?


  • LED exterior lighting
  • 18-inch alloy wheels
  • Full-size spare
  • Eight airbags
  • 18 advanced driver aid systems
  • Driver monitoring system
  • Artificial leather seats
  • Heated front seats
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Wireless phone charger
  • Multi-colour ambient lighting
  • Wireless CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Dual 12.3’-inch Instrument and Multimedia screens
  • 8.0 speaker Sony sound system
  • GPS satellite navigation
  • Intelligent voice command (hello Chery)
The midsize SUV will be available in three model grades when it launches this year

Elite adds:

  • 360-degree camera
  • Auto-folding mirrors
  • Power tailgate
  • Light-up sill covers
  • Optional black roof
  • Air quality management system
  • Negative ion air freshener
  • Cargo blind

Ultimate AWD adds:

  • All-wheel drive
  • 19-inch alloy wheels
  • Six drive modes (Eco/Sport/Normal/Snow/Mud/Off-road)
  • Red front brake calipers
  • Memory mirrors
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror
  • Ventilated front seats
  • Memory driver’s seat

How safe is the Tiggo 7 Pro?

The Tiggo 7 Pro will come with eight airbags, 17 driver assistance systems and autonomous emergency braking.

The Tiggo 7 Pro is yet to be crash tested

The vehicle has not yet received an ANCAP safety rating however the Omoda 5 received a maximum five-star rating in August this year, elevating the brand’s safety credential significantly compared to the two and three star safety ratings the Chery J11 and Chery J1 received respectively in 2011 during the brand’s first stint in Australia.

Warranty & Servicing 

The Tiggo 7 Pro is backed by a seven-year unlimited km warranty with seven years of capped price servicing and up to seven years of roadside assistance. Only four other brands – Skoda, MG, Kia and GWN – offer a seven year warranty in Australia, with the longest warranty – ten years – offered by Mitsubishi Australia. 

The family SUV will receive a seven-year unlimited km warranty

While service pricing has not yet been released, Chery is offering three years or 30,000 kms of free scheduled servicing for the first 500 customers to place an order on the Tiggo 7 Pro with a Chery retailer before October 20.

Chery Tiggo 7 Pro: prices in Australia

All prices listed are before on-road costs.

  • Urban: $39,990 driveaway
  • Elite: $41,990 driveaway
  • Ultimate AWD: $45,990 driveaway