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100,000th Buick Lacrosse sold in China


The 2010 Buick Lacrosse is far from being one of the most desirable cars in the world, but, apparently, it’s not all that undesirable either. This is especially true in China where General Motors recently commemorated a milestone by selling the 100,000th Buick Lacrosse in the country.

What makes it even more impressive is that the premium sedan reached that number after only being in the Chinese market for less than a year. Also worth noting is that the car has also been given a number of awards in the country, including the 2009 China Car of the Year and the 2009 Champion Car of the Year.

It’s probably safe to say now that the car’s success in China is a testament to a market that’s embraced the car unlike any vehicle in the country’s history. You don’t need a rocket scientist to figure that one out because selling 100,000 vehicles in less than a year is all the proof you need.




4 comments:

The current Lacrosse looks like a 2000 Ford Taurus in the rear and a 96 in the front!

I currently live in Shanghai, China. I’ll just say that while the La Crosse may look classier here there is a reason it isn’t sold this way in the States. People are taller in the States.

I’ll just say that while the La Crosse may look classier here there is a reason it isn’t sold this way in the States. People are taller in the States. I rode in one of these and my head touched the ceiling. I’m about 5’10" so imagine if you’re 6 feet tall- how will you even fit in the car?

Exactly what I’d expect from you guys. Looks like Buick completely hit the mark of what this vehicle needs to be to succeed and woo buyers away from the ES.

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