Chrysler is expected to introduce the Chery A1 by 2009 with an expected price tag of around $10,000. The Chery is sold primarily in developing countries, but will be improved for the American market with amenities like “glowing cup holders, a powerful stereo and other features younger people expect.”
By consumeristcarey July 8, 2007
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