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Buick still hasn't made an official decision about whether to bring the Envision midsize crossover to the US from China. However, insiders suggest that it could happen.

Automotive News reports on Buick's lineup changes for the next two years. The Envision crossover should be here next fall, followed by several redesigned sedans.

Following an earlier concept and successive teasers, Buick revealed the new Envision crossover a little over a month ago. The thing is, it was launched in China, for China. The question, then, is whether it will make the jump to the North American market. And the answer is: quite possibly.

Buick is launching its new midsize Envision crossover in China at the Chengdu Motor Show, where it will slot between the subcompact Encore and larger Enclave. While it might be hard to muster too much excitement about a Chinese-market crossover, don't completely ignore this one. There's a very good chance it could be on sale in North America to fill the same hole in the brand's lineup over here, possibly as a 2016 model.

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