2006 Chery Sweet QQ

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Cherry qq not speeding up
2023, Hello i have a problem wth the second and
third sparks cable not firing out i have bough...
Chery QQ missing
2008, Just starting to misfire checked the
injectors and sparkplugs and the wires its fine
Pushing water out of the radiator
2010, Hi please help with ideas, I've a
chery qq3 ²⁰¹⁰ model,once I stop

Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:800 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Manual
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain:FF
Price (out of date):$5457

2006 Chery Sweet QQ specs, Engine size 0.8l., Fuel type Gasoline, Drive wheels FF, Transmission Gearbox Manual

The Chery QQ (codename S11) is a city car produced by the Chinese manufacturer Chery Automobile in 2003. In 2006, the car was renamed the Chery QQ3 in China, when Chery launched their new supermini, the Chery QQ6.

The Chery QQ is available with the following two gasoline-powered engines (both EURO III compliant):

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  • 0.8L SQR372 I3 DOHC 12v — 38kW (51hp) at 6000rpm, 70N·m (52lb·ft) at 3500rpm
  • 1.1L SQR472F I4 DOHC 16v — 50kW (67hp) at 6000rpm, 90N·m (66lb·ft) at 3500rpm

The QQ remained at the centre of an industrial copyright and intellectual rights controversy, as General Motors claimed the QQ was highly similar to the Chevrolet Spark/ Daewoo Matiz. GM executives demonstrated the extent of the design duplication, noting for example that the doors of the Chery QQ and the doors of the Chevrolet Spark are interchangeable without modification.

  • GM China Group indicated the two vehicles "shared remarkably identical body structure, exterior design, interior design and key components."
  • and Car and Driver called the QQ a "carbon copy."
  • The International Herald Tribune, in a 2005 article, referred to the QQ as a clone.

Looking at this controversy on a global stage, the Detroit News reported that "the dispute reflects the confusion, risks and ambitions in China's new auto industry, where global carmakers are battling pugnacious upstarts for a piece of what may become the world's largest auto market."

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