SHANGHAI, Dec 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp has revamped its mid-size sedan for the booming China market, launching the Buick Regal car on Thursday in the world's fastest growing auto market. Priced at 338,000 yuan to 369,000 yuan ($40,830-44,580), the top-of-the-line Regal comes with a 2.98-litre engine and electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission, GM said in a statement. It is the first vehicle built in China by an original equipment manufacturer to include a ...
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