Charl Bosch
Online Motoring Reporter
2 minute read
11 May 2022
9:35 pm

Line-up complete as Chery prices Tiggo 7 Pro

Charl Bosch

Mid-range model slots in between the Tiggo 4 Pro and flagship Tiggo 8 Pro with the same drivetrain as the latter.

Front facia resembles the Tiggo 8 Pro rather than the Tiggo 4 Pro.

Confirmed for South Africa last month, Chery has officially divulged price and spec details of the new Tiggo 7 Pro that completes its local SUV/crossover onslaught.

As evidenced by its name, the Tiggo 7 Pro slots in between the Tiggo 4 Pro and Tiggo 8 Pro as the returning Chinese marque’s mid-spec model that seats five and mirrors the latter by offering a choice of two models powered by a single powerunit.

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Styled as per Chery’s Life in Motion design language, the Tiggo 7 Pro rides on the same T1X platform that underpins the Tiggo 4 Pro and Tiggo 8 Pro with dimensions of 4 500 mm in overall length, a wheelbase of 2 670 mm, height of 1 746 mm and width of 1 842 mm.

Claimed boot space is 475-litres, which increases to 1 500-litres with the 60/40 split rear seat folded down.

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Rear facia incorporates Tiggo 4 Pro elements, but is largely unique to the Tiggo 7 Pro.

As mentioned, the Tiggo 7 arrives in South Africa with a choice of two trim levels – Distinctive and Executive – both powered by the same in-house developed 1.5 T-GDI engine used in the Tiggo 4 Pro.

Producing an unchanged, from the Tiggo 4 Pro, 108kW/210Nm, the unit is mated as standard to a CVT with drive going to the front wheels only. Somewhat surprisingly, no fuel consumption figures were divulged.

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Interior a clear nod to the Tiggo 8 Pro

In terms of spec, both derivatives have the following as standard;

  • faux leather seats with the driver’s chair being electric;
  • six-speaker sound system;
  • 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system;
  • Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and voice activation;
  • ambient lighting;
  • seven-inch digital instrument cluster;
  • wireless smartphone charger;
  • LED head-and-daytime running lights;
  • eight-inch touchscreen climate control panel;
  • one-touch all around electric windows;
  • dual-zone climate control with rear vents;
  • three USB ports;
  • keyless entry;
  • push-button start;
  • cruise control;
  • drive mode selector (Eco, Standard and Sport);
  • rear parking sensors with a reverse camera;
  • tyre pressure monitor;
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert;
  • Hill Start Assist;
  • Blind Spot Detection

Reserved for the Executive is electrical assistance for the front passenger’s seat not offered on the Distinctive, plus the following:

  • panoramic sunroof;
  • Adaptive Cruise Control;
  • six instead four airbags;
  • Lane Departure Warning;
  • Surround-view camera system;
  • Forward Collision Warning;
  • Automatic Emergency Braking

A total of seven colours are available; silver, Khaki White, Caledon Ash, Vanilla Blue, Blood Red, Carbon Crystal Black and two two-tone hues; Khaki White and Blood Red contrasted with a Carbon Crystal Black roof.


Priced at R409 900 for the Distinctive and at R444 900 for the Executive, both models’ sticker prices include a five-year/150 000 km warranty, a five-year/60 000 km service plan and Chery’s ground-breaking ten-year/1 000 000 km engine warranty.