Crowd swarms FAW booth on opening day of Changchun auto show.
Geely salesman talks to potential customer interested in SC6 Englon. RMB 56,800 equals about $8,900.
BAIC's B70V borrows heavily from Jeep design language.
Bare-bones interior of Geely SC6 Englon, priced at $8,900.
Scooters remain popular in China.
Lifan Auto's 320 looks awful lot like Mini Cooper.
Dignitaries eager to see FAW's H7 plug-in hybrid.
Ford Focus popular among young shoppers.
Buyer interested in Great Wall M4 CUV.
Mercedes salesman explains features of C-Class sedan.
Hyundai model popular with male photographers.
Luxgen's Master CEO presented as limousine minivan.
The 9th Changchun International Automobile Expo began Sunday, July 15, and the nine exhibit halls were quickly jammed with an emerging middle class eager to buy cars, SUVs, cross/utility vehicles and minivans.
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