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Well, it's back in China, who never really had the original ones, so "back" isn't exactly right.
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For about 20 years, the Subaru Outback has given wagon fans a third choice-it's not as frumpy as a conventional station wagon, or as tall or imposing as a crossover SUV.
Volkswagen is keen to improve growth in China, and with additional models in the joint venture with SVW Volkswagen Shanghai this goal should be achieved.
It's called the Trax and Chevrolet has been selling the compact sport-ute in other markets around the world for a couple of years.
From a small courthouse ceremony to a 300-person gala, it all adds up. The U.S. wedding industry is a multibillion dollar market.
A visitor takes a picture of a BMW vision car on display at the China International Exhibition Center during the Beijing Motor Show on Sunday.
"We are in the final stages of deciding where the plant will be," Robertson told reporters at the Auto China show in Beijing on Sunday.
Lincoln is marking the launch of its sales effort in China with the unveiling of a concept it says is "a strong indicator of the next MKX."
But high tariffs charged on imported cars make it hard to generate volume and last year, Lexus sold around a seventh of Audi's tally and a fifth of what BMW sold in China.
Global automakers are scrambling to meet the demands of China's young urban professionals, who want a car that makes them stand out, yet don't always have the money to splurge on a top-end model.
Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.'s Subaru, which added more U.S. market share than any international carmaker last year, is pushing ahead with U.S. expansion plans as it awaits a Toyota Motor Corp. decision on whether to keep using its Indiana plant to build Camrys.
The redesigned 2015 Camry, unveiled Wednesday at the New York International Auto Show, is longer and wider, with a large, aggressive grille and chiseled sides.
Global and Chinese automakers are looking to the Beijing auto show to help boost sales in a slowing, intensely competitive market.