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The Roewe Ei5 Is An Electric Buick With Another Name And Body

November 17, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Roewe Ei5

This is the new Roewe Ei5 (capital E, small i, five). It debuted today on the 2017 Guangzhou Auto Show. The Ei5 is an electric wagon, looking rather hip and classy, with a shiny grille with a big Roewe badge. Badly however, the Ei5 isn’t exactly a completely new car.

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The Avenir is An Extra Luxurious Buick LaCrosse For China

November 8, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Buick LaCrosse Avenir

This purple sled is the new Buick LaCrosse Avenir, the second car in Buick’s luxury line for China after the GL8 Avenir. The LaCrosse variant comes with a special honeycomb grille, shiny bars in the bumper, a shiny bar on the doors, shiny Avenir badges on the front fenders, shiny door handles, and classy matte-silver double-five spoke alloys.

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Wagons Are Cool Again: Buick Excelle GX Launched In China

October 18, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Buick Excelle GX

General Motors has launched the Buick Excelle GX in China, a good looking compact wagon with a lot of style, and one could even call it cool. Wagons in general are cool again in China. There are fanatic wagon clubs, wagon-dedicated websites, and most importantly: wagons are popular among youngsters who consider themselves to be cool, and that is a hot market.

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Small Wagons Are Good Wagons: Meet The New Buick Excelle GX For China

September 28, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Buick Excelle GX

The Buick Excelle GX is a rather good looking wagon variant of the popular Excelle series. It will will be launched on the Chinese car market next month for about 120,000 yuan or $18,000.

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Spy Shots: Buick GL6 MPV Is Photo-Shooted in China

September 4, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Buick GL6 MPV

New Spy Shots of the upcoming Buick GL6 for China, showing the new MPV during a photo shoot. Should have hidden it better! The GL6 will be launched on the Chinese car market in 2018, debut is expected for the Guangzhou Auto Show in November.

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2018 Buick Regal Launched On The Chinese Car Market

July 24, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

2018 Buick Regal

The new 2018 Buick Regal sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market, and it is the very last Opel-based Regal we will ever see. Price starts at 175.800 yuan and ends at 269.800 yuan ($26.000-$39.900).

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Official: The China-spec Buick Regal GS

July 18, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Buick Regal GS

GM has released official photos of the upcoming China-spec Buick Regal GS, looking wild in blue with a speedy body kit, a GS badge on the black grille, shiny air inlets in the bumper, and racy wheels with red brakes and matte gray alloys. The Regal GS will hit the Chinese car market next month.

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This Is The New Buick GL6 MPV For China

July 17, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Buick GL6

This is the new Buick GL6 MPV for China. It will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in late August and launch on the Chinese auto market in November. The GL6 is based on the Opel Zafira Tourer; it was developed before General Motors sold the Opel brand to PSA.

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Buick Excelle Goes Wagon In China

July 14, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Buick Excelle

Lifestyle-ish wagons are fast becoming very popular in China. Buick joins the fray with this not unpretty Buick Excelle wagon, based on the China-only Buick Excelle GT. The wagon will be called Excelle GS. It will be launched on the Chinese car market in November. The GS has a new front, which the GT will get as well, and there are also two new engines.

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Buick Velite 5 Launched In Shanghai, China

April 18, 2017 by W.E. Ning

Buick Velite 5 Launched In Shanghai, China

The Buick Velite 5 has been unveiled in China, on the eve of the Shanghai Auto Show, in a poorly lit hall where everything looks kinda blue. The Velite 5 is a variant of the Chevrolet Volt manufactured in China by the Shanghai-GM joint venture. It has been launched on the Chinese auto market immediately; price including subsidies starts at 229.800 yuan and ends at 259.800 yuan ($33.360-37.700) .

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