GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. has begun exporting its Captiva cross/utility vehicle to China, with the first batch arriving from the port in Incheon, South Korea, Nov. 7. The Captiva is being offered through about 200 Shanghai General Motors Automotive Co. Ltd. showrooms, a GMDAT spokesman says. The vehicle, built at GMDAT’s Bupyeong, South Korea, plant, is identical to the model sold domestically. Initially, the Chinese Captivas are being offered with the 2.4L 4-cyl. engine, but ...
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