Chrysler might want to take another look at its deal with China's Chery Motors to build small cars for it after another video of a European
crash test has popped up on
Russian car magazine
AutoRevu had a Chery Amulet sedan crash-tested in accordance with the EuroNCAP standards. After going through the frontal offset crash, the car appears to have done even
worse than the Brilliance BS6, which recently earned a one-star rating. The dummy in the Amulet had to be removed in pieces, and the magazine,
AvtoRevu, is now calling for the car to be pulled from the market. Check out the video after the jump.
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