GM China Group’s joint ventures break the 200,000-monthly-sales mark for the first time in September, jumping 15% from year-ago to 208,353 vehicles. Shanghai General Motors Co. Ltd. delivered 100,786 vehicles in the month. Sales of Buick, Chevrolet and Cadillac vehicles surged 40.8% ahead of like-2009. Chevrolet deliveries spiked 36.8% to 46,243 units, driven by the Cruze and China-developed New Sail small car. Buick sales totaled 57,984 units, a 35.4% gain on prior-year, thanks to ...

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