The Russian representative office of Chery has published a price list for the crossover Tiggo 7 Pro Max, which premiered on January 1.
Despite the prefix “Max” in the name, the “seven” did not have all-wheel drive, as was the case with the Tiggo 8 Pro. So far, the new version is a regular restyling – in China, cars with this appearance are called Tiggo 7 Plus.
At one time, Chery Tiggo 4 Pro received an interior from Tiggo 7 Pro, and now the “seven” got the decoration from the older Tiggo 8 Pro. The front panel with two 12.3-inch displays and a horizontal strip of air vents is common for cars, but the central tunnel of the Tiggo 7 Pro Max is simpler: it has the same touch-sensitive climate control unit, and the transmission selector is located closer to the driver.
The basic Elite package is excluded from the range so as not to take customers away from expensive modifications of the Tiggo 4 Pro. The price of the Tiggo 7 Pro Max, excluding discounts, starts at 2,829,900 rubles – that’s how much they ask for a car in the Prestige version. The equipment of this previously top-end configuration for a crossover has not changed, and the price has increased by 50 thousand rubles.
But now the Ultimate package has appeared (from 2,979,900 rubles) with a wide range of electronic assistants: adaptive cruise control, auto-defogging function, blind spot monitoring systems, lane change assistance, emergency braking and automatic low / high beam switching, as well as navigation and voice management.
However, the Tiggo 7 Pro Max will still have all-wheel drive during 2023. The power plant of the model will be unified with the Exeed LX: mono-drive versions will be equipped with a 1.5-liter turbo engine (147 hp, 210 Nm) and a CVT, and all-wheel drive versions will be equipped with a 1.6-liter TGDI (150 hp, 275 Nm ), a 7-speed preselective “robot” and a rear axle clutch.