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Sales of the Buick Excelle GT have eclipsed 100,000 units since the four-door sedan launched in China in June 2010. General Motors says average monthly sales of 8,000 units demonstrate the "great popularity" of the Excelle GT among Chinese consumers.

The Excelle GT is offered with the choice of either a 1.8-liter naturally-aspirated engine that puts out 145 horsepower or a more potent 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder mill pumping out 181 hp. The Excelle GT is built on the same platform as the Chevy Cruze, therefore, we'd assume the Excelle GT sips gas at a rate similar to the Cruze. However, officially confirming that seems next to impossible.

Here's a fact: the Excelle GT accounted for 20 percent of sales of passenger vehicles priced between RMB 150,000 and RMB 200,000 ($23,477 and $31,303 U.S. at the current exchange rate) in the first six months of 2011. According to GM's number crunchers, that makes the Excelle GT the sales leader in its segment.
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Buick Excelle GT Sales Exceed 100,000 Units

2011-08-09

Sales of the Buick Excelle GT, SGM's popular sedan, have surpassed 100,000 units since the model's launch just a year ago. Average monthly sales of 8,000 units demonstrate the great popularity of the model among Chinese consumers.

As a masterpiece from the Buick brand, the Excelle GT serves as a "global platform for European and American technology." It offers an unexpected experience through its dynamic and elegant styling, superb handling, advanced safety and complete comfort.

Here's something amazing: the Excelle GT accounted for 20 percent of sales of passenger cars priced between RMB 150,000 and RMB 200,000 in the first half of this year in China, putting it number one in the highly competitive segment.

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