General Motors Corp. is giving heavy consideration to assembling and selling a version of the all-new Buick Rendezvous crossover utility vehicle in China, Ward's has learned. “There appears to be a demand for it,” says a GM insider. “It's a better package and size than the U-van, and when you take out the second row of seats and leave in the third row, it's like a limo.” GM would ship the vehicles as complete-knocked-down kits to its Shanghai joint venture for final assembly. The kits ...

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