Chery's new Tiggo 4 Pro now in SA, but the one million km warranty has everyone talking

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• Chery launched its new Tiggo 4 Pro in South Africa.

• The SUV comes standard with an industry-best warranty.

• For the warranty to be valid, certain terms and conditions must be met.

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Chery reaffirmed its entry to the South African market a few months ago and has now launched its new Tiggo 4 Pro in the country. However, the big news around the Tiggo 4 Pro is the warranty that accompanies the sale.

According to Chery, its warranty comprises two elements. The first is a standard five-year or 150 000km factory warranty for all new Tigo 4 Pro models sold. The second is a free extension for five years and 850 000km that focuses on the engine. Chery says that the second warranty will be automatically added once the first warranty has run its course, "provided that the original owner still owns the vehicle."

For this warranty to be valid, the vehicle must be serviced and repaired by a Chery dealership, within Chery standards, and using original Chery parts and components. Chery also signed an agreement with the Automobile Association of South Africa to provide roadside assistance and support for five years unlimited kilometres.

Tony Liu, Executive Deputy General Manager of Chery South Africa, says: "In the past decade, Chery has completely reinvented itself as a global design, engineering and manufacturing powerhouse. Modern Chery vehicles not only represent the best on offer in terms of technology and performance, but they do so while meeting CNCAP five-star safety standards and with in-house developed engine and drivetrain technology."

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