http://www.fool.com - General Motors said that its sales in China rose just 0. 4% in February, as strong results for its Cadillac and affordable Baojun brand – and a favorable quirk of the Chinese calendar – were offset by challenges elsewhere, including a cut in the Chinese government's incentives. Through the first two months of 2017, GM's China sales were down 15% from a year ago.
http://www.forbes.com - This is the brand new Baojun 510 compact SUV for China. It was launched on the Chinese car market earlier this week.
http://www.carscoops.com - General Motors may make a lot of money off its big SUVs, but it's been launching a whole bevy of smaller ones lately. There's the Chevy Trax, the Buick Encore (or Opel Mokka overseas), and it's working on a Cadillac XT3. What you see here is its newest, but it comes from a brand with which you may not be familiar.
http://thenewswheel.com - General Motors and its joint ventures in China accumulated sales totaling 3,870,587 vehicles in 2016, a 7.1% increase from 2015’s total and a new all-time record for volume. For the fifth straight year, China stands as GM’s biggest global market, with the 3.87 million sales in China accounting for more than one third of all sales in 2016.
http://www.media.gm.com - General Motors and its joint ventures delivered a November record 371,740 vehicles in China, up 7 percent from a year earlier. The Cadillac, Buick and Baojun brands reached all-time monthly highs.
http://media.gm.com - General Motors and its joint ventures delivered a November record 371,740 vehicles in China, up 7 percent from a year earlier. The Cadillac, Buick and Baojun brands reached all-time monthly highs.
http://www.carscoops.com - GM's latest offering for the Chinese car market comes in the shape of a small SUV, named Baojun 510.
http://media.gm.com - General Motors and its joint ventures delivered a September record 343,773 vehicles in China, which was up 16 percent year over year. Cadillac set an all-time record for monthly deliveries, while Buick and Baojun reached new highs for September.
http://www.fool.com - SUVs are booming in China, and the Baojun 560 is a hot seller. Its secret: It benefits from General Motors' deep SUV expertise, because Baojun is a GM brand.
http://www.carscoops.com - General Motors continue their foray into the Chinese market with a new vehicle, the Baojun 310. Created by the local joint venture SAIC-GM-Wuling (SGMW) and aimed solely at the People's Republic, the hatchback is said to combine the brand's "traditional styling" with a "youthful and modern appearance", highlighted by the double-U-shaped front end, which is dominated by a large upper grille.