Is United Gearing Up to Introduce Chery?

United Motors, the company behind 800cc Bravo hatchback is reportedly in talks with Chery Automobile Company of China to introduce Chery branded cars in Pakistan. According to information, it will likely be the 1.0L new QQ hatchback initially with more models expected to be introduced depending on the success.

Related: United Bravo Price Increased by PKR 2.14 Lac

United introduced the 800cc Bravo hatchback back in September 2018 however the car hasn’t been able to do as good as it was anticipated. Whether the company will continue offering the Bravo when Chery arrives is yet unknown at this stage.

Is United Gearing Up to Introduce Chery? 1

As per insider sources there is a sort of discontent between United and the parent company Dahe in China regarding the quality of cars & United is only delivering the units based on the inventory of parts already in stock. United is now looking for possible replacement of its vendor to carry on with its 4 wheeler operations.

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The company was also supposed to introduce the Panjnad pickup in Pakistan but in nearly 2 years, there is no sign of the pickup being launched in the market. Whether United will pull the plugs off the Bravo is yet unknown at this stage, the company officials declined to comment though. Furthermore it is also being said that the replacement car might as well continue to be called as Bravo and will act as a new model of the existing hatchback.

Related: United Bravo Does 0-100 km/h in 42.5 seconds

According to information if the deal goes through, Chery cars will initially be imported by United as CBU and will be assembled locally at later stages. How well Chery is going to fare under United’s umbrella, & whether it’s going to be any other car, we will have to wait to find out. Stay tuned to CarSpiritPK for more information.

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Zeeshan Khan
3 months ago

This is a good news as well as bad news..

Good news in a sense, we will be getting a much refined and superior Chinese product than Bravo.

Bad news, there’s another Spectra, Classic, Pride in making. People who showed confidence in buying this car will be left with no dealership network and after sales service and parts. Manufacturer should have done this discussion over quality before launching the car. If this happens, Bravo buyers would be witnessing their hard-earned money going in waste

Ali Khan
3 months ago

Reading this article, I’m glad someone listened.

The QQ is a brand car. It is built to standards. United should have considered it before the bravo. Still, better late than never.

پڑھ لے
3 months ago

This is rally bad news for new player especially less known to Pakistani that new comer can leave at any time so stay with big 3 established names.

Ali Khan
3 months ago

Everybody let’s not panic. United is looking to bring a new car. FYI, the new QQ is a 1000cc car. The Bravo is 800cc. The QQ is in a different category. Still I would like it if Chery does introduce the old 800cc model to replace the Bravo. I think it is still sold in some places around the world. Saying that this marks United running away is premature. If that was the case, what about their motorcycle business. That is doing very good. Just the fact that they are thinking of replacing or just adding a new car shows… Read more »

18 days ago

Mr. Chaudhry the Owner of United motors put his money again on wrong horse Cherry QQ3 will meet the same fate as its predecessor Dahe DH350 aka United Bravo. They purchased Jig Fixtures and Dies of Cherry QQ3 (2012) face lifted version from Indonesia at Junk price and thought that they will fool Pakistani people. check the link for details. “In 2012, the model received a facelift and was sold in its home market as the QQ3 Sport. With some inspiration from the 2008 Kia Morning/Picanto, the front and rear ends were completely redesigned. It mounted a new, more… Read more »