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    Nissan unveils all-new 2012 Sunny global sedan in China

    2012 Nissan Sunny – Click above for high-res image gallery
    It's always sunny in Philadelphia. The sun never sets on the British Empire. Japan is the Land of the Rising Sun. We've heard it all before, but the latest unveiling shows it's sunniest in Guangzhou, China. That's where Nissan has ...

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    REPORT: New Chinese-market Cadillac SLS and Buick Excelle XT to debut in Guangzhou

    General Motors' China's sales are up 60 percent year-on-year, and The General wants to keep the momentum going at its Chinese outpost. Automotive News China reports that the Guangzhou Auto Show will play host to the unveiling of the market-specific Cadillac SLS and Buick Excelle XT, the latter ...

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    SAIC-owned MG launches MG 6, first all-new car in 14 years

    2010 MG 6 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    The last new MG was the MGF sportscar way back in 1995, and oh, what a difference 14 years makes. The MG6 is the first new MG by the company's new owner, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. (SAIC), and they've chosen a four-door liftback for ...

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    Lexus GX460 to debut in China at Auto Guangzhou 2009

    2009 Lexus GX470: Its days are numbered
    The arrival of the 2010 Toyota 4Runner meant that a luxury-badged cousin would soon follow. Sure enough, Toyota has announced that the new 2010 Lexus GX460 will be among the array of vehicles to be shown next week at China's Auto Guangzhou 2009 show. As the ...

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    Ford reveals US-bound Fiesta Sedan in China

    Click above for more high-res live shots of the Ford Fiesta sedan
    Ford's latest Fiesta subcompact is finally coming to America, which is definitely cause for celebration. To get it ready for U.S. consumption, the Blue Oval brand has grafted a trunk onto the ex-hatch's hind end, as we Americans ...

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    Chinese Buick Regal caught dressed in red

    Click above for more images of the 2010 Buick Regal Two weeks ago we showed you spy shots of a 2010 Buick Regal caught testing in China that appeared to be nothing more than a rebadged Opel Insignia. (As you may recall, we'll be getting the 2010 Buick LaCrosse in the States.) All three of those ...


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