General Motors Corp. has dropped the price of its Buick Sail by about 3%, or RMB4,000 ($484) to RMB89,800 ($10,870). The vehicle, the best-selling car in China, is adding an entry-level sedan and station wagon to its lineup, reports Reuters. GM says it wanted to “reposition” the vehicle’s pricing with the introduction of the new models. The Sail lineup now ranges in price from RMB89,900 ($10,882) to RMB129,800 ($15,712), compared with the previous range of RMB92,800-RMB133,800 ...

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