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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

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