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The redesigned Toyota Century is one part ultrapremium status symbol, one part anachronistic holdover from a bygone era.
GM said it is seeking an exemption to a 25 percent U.S. tariff on its Chinese-made Buick Envision crossover in a move to prevent the model from becoming a victim of the U.S.-China trade war.
General Motors is expanding its in-dash fuel payment service to millions of vehicles and thousands of fuel stations nationwide
GM could pull the China-made Buick Envision from the U.S. market if the Trump administration does not grant the company a tariff exemption on the vehicle.
GM seeks tariff exemption for China-made Buick Envision; Nissan sells most of battery unit; Toyota tariff warning; FCA seeks to block Jeep look-alike; Honda standing by green goals.
The 2019 Buick Regal Sportback is the fourth vehicle globally to receive the Avenir high-end treatment.
Nine years after surviving General Motors' bankruptcy restructuring to the surprise of many, Buick once again finds itself in a precarious situation.
GM's impending loss of federal tax credits for alternative fuel vehicles and a lack of customer demand could push Buick's EV plans into the next decade.
One of every four Enclaves sold is an Avenir, and after a March investment that boosted Avenir production, GM is studying additional ways to get even more inventory to help meet demand for the $54,495-and-up crossover.
GMC, up 17 percent, was the sales workhorse for General Motors in June; Chevrolet and Cadillac were also up while Buick tumbled.
Some Buick buyers may be in for some sticker shock after President Donald Trump's tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese imports.
The first vehicle announced under General Motors' ambitious effort to introduce at least 20 electric or fuel cell vehicles by 2023 will be the Buick Velite 6 for China.
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