Chery Omoda 5

Chery Omoda 5 News in Malaysia

  • She said this, Chery said that, who is right? Puspakom finds no fault with Omoda 5's brakes

    Chery Auto Malaysia has provided its latest update to a widely circulated video uploaded by an owner of a Chery Omoda 5, alleging that problems with her car’s brakes remain unresolved despite repeated visits to Chery’s authorized service centre. Chery press statement reads: “Since then (6 April 2024), our customer care team has been in close contact with the customer and have kept her updated while our highly skilled technical team conducted a thorough investigation on her vehicle which she clai

    HansHans

    Apr 12, 2024

  • Vietnam to build RM 3.8 bil plant with Chery - CKD Omada and Jaecoo BEVs planned

    Vietnam’s trade ministry announced yesterday that China’s Chery has signed a joint venture agreement with Vietnamese company Geleximco to build a USD 800 million (~RM 3.8 billion) plant to manufacture electric vehicles. The plant will be costal province of Thai Binh, and will produce battery EVs (BEVs) for Chery’s Omoda and Jaecoo brands. Phase one of the plant’s construction will be completed by Q1 2026. The Omoda 5 EV is already on sale in neighbouring Thailand as the Omoda C5 EV. The upscale

    HansHans

    Apr 5, 2024

  • Criticised for being 'overly sensitive', Omoda 5 and Chery range to undergo ADAS recalibration in Australia

    Chery Australia has initiated a program to adjust the advanced driver assist systems (ADAS) of its vehicles, focusing particularly on the Omoda 5 which stirred safety concerns upon its release last year, reports auto news portal Go Auto. This comes after the initial ADAS settings on early Omoda 5 models received criticism for being overly aggressive, with features like lane-keep assist forcefully correcting steering even when drivers made deliberate maneuvers to avoid obstacles. Additionally, th

    SanjaySanjay

    Apr 2, 2024

  • Watch: From 2-star to 5-star ANCAP safety rating, how Chery became one of the safest brands in Australia

    Just like in Malaysia, Chery’s recent foray into Australia was a comeback. It initially entered the Australian market in 2011 through an independent importer but only lasted for 4 years. It offered three models at the time, the Chery J3 hatchback, the Chery J1 city car, and the Chery J11 SUV. The J11 was also sold as the Chery Tiggo in Malaysia and it along with the J1 was tested by the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP). Both cars scored 2/5 stars which was considered poor and amon

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Mar 18, 2024

  • Shopping for a Chery, BMW, or Subaru? Come grab crazy deals with Carlist at IOI Puchong, from 20- to 24-March 2024

    Carlist is back again with their roadshows, and this one, like all the ones before this, is something you won't want to miss. Happening at the Ground Floor North Court of IOI Mall Puchong from 20- to 24-March 2024 (next week!), the roadshow runs through 10 am to 10 pm and brings forth several notable brands and deals for you to grab. Chery will be on hand with their Tiggo 8 Pro and Omoda 5, ready to spoil you with mystery gifts upon booking. Ingress Auto are on board with cash rebates up to RM 3

    SanjaySanjay

    Mar 12, 2024

  • Just leave your phone, this is how Chery Omoda E5 and EVC's Autocharge feature works

    In conjunction with the launch of the Chery Omoda E5, Chery Malaysia has collaborated with EV Connection (EVC) to introduce the Autocharge feature, enabling pre-authorised charging. As part of this initiative, the first 2,000 buyers of the Omoda E5 will receive 1,000 charging credits through the JomCharge app, which operates as EVC’s digital platform. So, how does this function? During the launch event for the Omoda E5, Chery Malaysia's Vice President, Lee Wen Hsiang, explained, "For those among

    ShaunShaun

    Mar 7, 2024

  • Take note: Here's how the Chery Omoda E5's 1-to-1 EV battery exchange programme works

    The Chery Omoda E5 comes with an interesting proposition for would-be owners – a conditional one-to-one battery exchange programme on top of the car's warranty period. This programme entitles owners to swap out their Omoda E5's 61 kWh lithium-ion battery for a new one if the battery's state of health (SoH) dips below 70% during the battery's 8-year, 160,000 km warranty coverage, whichever comes sooner. Should the car be sold during this period, it's also transferable to the new owner. The warran

    SanjaySanjay

    Mar 7, 2024

  • CKD Chery Omoda E5 BEV coming in Q2 2024 - will it be cheaper? That depends on govt. incentive approval

    The Chery Omoda E5 battery electric vehicle (BEV) will be locally-assembled (CKD) come the second quarter of 2024, though early customers will get their cars fully-imported (CBU) from China. Speaking to the media at the launch of the Omoda E5 yesterday, Lee Wen Hsiang, Vice President of Chery Malaysia, confirmed such plans. "So we will launch with the CBU first. We are looking to introduce the CKD in the very near future, somewhere around Q2, but the official date will be released once we firm u

    SanjaySanjay

    Mar 7, 2024

  • Chery Malaysia to offer AC chargers at all dealer outlets, DC chargers at key locations

    Following the launch of its first EV model, the Chery Omoda E5, Chery Malaysia has said that all its dealerships will be equipped with AC chargers whilst selected outlets will feature DC chargers as well, to offer greater convenience to its customers and contribute towards the country’s charging ecosystem. Speaking at the launch of the Omoda E5, VP of Chery Malaysia Lee Wen Hsiang said, “All our dealership partners will be equipped with AC (chargers) up to 11 kW, and certain locations will be lo

    ArvindArvind

    Mar 7, 2024

  • As of Feb 2024, 5,800 units of Chery Omoda 5 have been sold in Malaysia

    You may have noticed quite several Chery SUVs on Malaysian roads and there is data to prove that. At the press conference following the local launch of the all-electric Chery Omoda E5, Chery Malaysia revealed that nearly 5,000 vehicles were sold in 2023. To be precise, the official figures submitted to the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) were 4,493 units. Chery Malaysia stated that out of those, around 3,700 units or 80% of the total sales last year are for the Chery Omoda 5 with the rema

    CY FoongCY Foong

    Mar 7, 2024

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