managing director Ric Hull. So far, though, the J1 is a predictable, not outstanding, newcomer. A pleasing shape intended to maximise cabin space, particularly in the rear seats. Adults have no worries about headroom in the little Chery. and there is some youth focus here too. But the cabin package is let down — badly — by plastic pieces particularly well. It’s something the satisfy picky Australian buyers. The sub-standard work also includes body parts that are not properly painted and plastic trim bits that either do not do their job Ateco, however, says J1 is a work in progress. But early buyers in Australia should not be made into guinea pigs for Chery quality. No ESP is a big failing. Ateco than November.
We’re also waiting to see what happens when NCAP gets a J1 for some serious independent crash