ANCAP Issues 5-Star Rating To Chery Tiggo 7 Pro

The Chery Tiggo 7 Pro has achieved a five-star ANCAP safety rating after local testing demonstrated the vehicle had a “good balance of all-round performance” as assessed against the latest 2023-2025 test criteria. The rating applies to all variants.


The passenger compartment of the Tiggo 7 Pro remained stable in the frontal offset (MPDB) test. Dummy readings indicated that protection of the driver’s chest was weak and lower legs was adequate, while protection of the front passenger chest was adequate. Protection of all other critical body regions for the driver and front passenger was good.

The front structure presented a lower risk to occupants of an oncoming vehicle in the MPDB test (which evaluates vehicle-to-vehicle compatibility), and a 1.38-point penalty (out of eight points) was applied.

In the full width frontal test, protection was rated adequate for the driver dummy chest and for the neck and chest of the rear passenger. Good protection was offered for all other critical body regions of the driver and rear passenger.

In the side impact test, protection offered to all critical body regions of the driver was good and maximum points were scored in this test. In the oblique pole test, protection of the chest was weak, while protection was good for all other critical body regions.

The Tiggo 7 Pro is equipped with a centre airbag to protect against occupant-to-occupant interaction in side impacts, and it provided good protection for the head of both front seat occupants. Prevention of excursion (movement towards the other side of the vehicle) in the far side impact tests was assessed as adequate for the vehicle-to-vehicle impact scenario, and adequate in the vehicle-to-pole scenario.

A rescue sheet providing information for first responders in the event of a crash is available, and a multi-collision braking system is fitted. It was demonstrated that if the car entered water, the doors would remain functional for the minimum required time period, and an escape hammer is provided to allow egress via the windows.


In the frontal offset test, protection of the 10-year dummy’s neck was adequate, while the protection offered to all other critical body regions of the six-year and 10-year dummies was good.

In the side impact test, protection of the 10-year dummy’s head was adequate, while protection of other body areas of the six-year and 10-year dummies was good.

The Tiggo 7 Pro is fitted with lower ISOFix anchorages on the rear outboard seats and top tether anchorages for all rear seating positions. An indirect child presence detection system, which provides an alert when a child may have been left in the rear passenger seats of the vehicle, is fitted as standard.


The bonnet provided predominantly good or adequate protection to the head of a struck pedestrian, while marginal and poor results were recorded at the rear of the bonnet, on the stiff windscreen pillars, and at the front of the bonnet. Protection of the pelvis was mostly poor, while protection of the femurs and lower legs was good.

The autonomous emergency braking (AEB) system can detect and react to vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists. Testing of this system showed good performance in AEB pedestrian test scenarios, including in turning scenarios, with collisions avoided or mitigated in most tests. Performance in reverse (AEB back over) scenarios was marginal.

Good performance was seen in AEB cyclist test scenarios with collisions avoided or mitigated at all test speeds, including in the turning scenarios. The vehicle only provides information when a bicycle is approaching from behind (cyclist anti-dooring).

Due to test equipment being offline for some test scenarios, testing of the AEB motorcycle turn-across-path and oncoming lane support system test scenarios could not be completed. The results of these test scenarios do not affect the overall star rating and ANCAP said results for these tests will be included once testing is complete. Good performance was achieved in all other AEB motorcyclist tests.


In addition to AEB, the Tiggo 7 Pro is fitted with a lane support system (LSS) with lane keep assist and emergency lane keeping (ELK) functionality, along with blind spot monitoring.

Tests of the AEB (car-to-car) system showed good performance with collisions avoided or mitigated in all test scenarios, including in many of the AEB junction and AEB crossing scenarios where the test vehicle can autonomously brake to avoid crashes when turning across or crossing into the path of an oncoming vehicle.

Tests of lane support system (LSS) functionality showed good performance across all test scenarios, including in several of the more critical emergency lane keeping test scenarios. Full points were scored for LSS functionality.

A speed assistance system with speed limit information function and intelligent adaptive cruise control are fitted, informing the driver of the local speed limit and allowing them to accept the change in speed accordingly.

A seatbelt reminder system with occupancy detection is fitted to all seating positions and a direct driver drowsiness monitor system is fitted as standard.