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Survey: luxury car owners experience more problems in ACEN technology

SHANGHAI – Compared with mass market vehicle owners, luxury car owners experience more problems in aspect of audio, communication, entertainment and navigation (ACEN) system, according to the J.D. Power 2015 China Initial Quality Study (IQS) released on October 30. The 2015 China Initial Quality Study (IQS), fielded from April to

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Lentuo to enter EV and PEV value-added service market

BEIJING – Lentuo International Inc. (Lentuo) announced on January 28 that it has begun a strategic expansion into the electric vehicle and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle value-added services as an extension of its aftersales business strategy. Lentuo is in discussions with a German developer and manufacturer of automobile roof-integrated solar

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Hangzhou dealers offer subsidies to car license plate applicants

HANGZHOU, Zhejiang – Dealers started to offer subsidies to car license plate applicants in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, in an attempt to attract potential car buyers after the city implements the car ownership restriction policy this year, reported National Business Daily. Hangzhou provided 6,666 car license plates in May, including 5,866

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Mazda leads Japanese brands by sales growth in January in China

BEIJING – Mazda led another three Japanese brands including Nissan, Toyota and Honda operating in China in January at sales growth rate of 45.7 percent year-on-year by selling 27,785 vehicles, according to the data released by these brands recently. FAW-Mazda sales reached 17,220 units, up 23 percent and Chang’an-Mazda 10,565

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Japanese automakers’ China ventures facing increasing parts shortage

About 10 days after Japan’s devastating earthquake, tsunami, as well as horrendous nuclear radiation, the country’s automakers, including Toyota and Nissan, said they were preparing to resume production of vehicles, and components for their overseas plants gradually. However, their Chinese joint ventures are not that optimistic about the whole situation. Things

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Auto sector key driver of domestic consumptio

- by Lei Xing   Senior auto executives and economists gathered in Beijing on October 27 to discuss "China's Opportunities under a Changing Global Environment," a seminar organized by auto.sina.com.cn. The following are highlights of the seminar. - Editor   Auto sector to become key driver of domestic consumption "China's

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