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The first-born of the Chery sub-brand appeared on the Russian market in the fall of 2023 and cost from 3,339,900 rubles excluding discounts. Now the basic Lifestyle package is priced at 3,149,900 rubles – 190,000 rubles cheaper than at the start of sales. The price of three more expensive versions has also decreased: Ultimate costs 3,399,900 rubles (-150,000), Active and Supreme – 3,479,900 (-130 thousand) and 3,709,900 (-40,000) rubles, respectively.

The price list on the Jaecoo website still includes the 2023 J7, the price of which remains the same as at the start. However, dealers say that such crossovers are no longer in stock, and they cannot be ordered either.

The Jaecoo brand, another in the portfolio of Chinese Chery, appeared in Russia last September with the J7 crossover. The relatively compact SUV is offered with a 1.6-liter gasoline turbo engine with a capacity of 186 horsepower (276 Nm of torque), which works in tandem with a seven-range “robot”. The drive can be front or all-wheel drive.

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Currently, the Russian Jaecoo lineup also includes the slightly larger J8, which appeared in April 2024. The competitor, the Geely Monjaro with a 2.0-liter 249-horsepower engine, costs from 4,399,000 rubles (3,999,000 with discounts).

Chery recently registered a trademark in Russia for a new product — a crossover with the next serial number, J9. The appearance of an SUV with a two-liter engine and all-wheel drive, unified with Chery Tiggo 9, was announced last fall.

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