The Royal Auto Club of Queensland is warning Australians against buying inexpensive imported cars after the release of what it calls alarming crash-test results. Steve Spalding, the organization’s vehicle technologies executive manager, says the Australasian New Car Assessment Program has issued a poor 2-star safety rating to Chinese auto maker Chery. “During the frontal-offset crash test, the passenger compartment of the Chery J11 compact sports/utility vehicle lost its structural ...

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