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New brand from GM (an SAIC–Wuling JV) for the Chinese market, to appeal to people who have not owned a car before, and to fight budget-priced domestic models. Launched at Auto Shanghai in 2011, though the first Baojun 630s rolled off the GM production line in October 2010. In Chinese characters, 寶駿 or 宝骏. Hatchback 610 and 730 MPV from 2014, 560 SUV from 2015. With budget lines feeling the brunt of an economic downturn, GM reinvented Baojun as a premium brand in 2019, with three R-platform models.
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New brand from GM (an SAIC–Wuling JV) for the Chinese market, to appeal to people who have not owned a car before, and to fight budget-priced domestic models. Launched at Auto Shanghai in 2011, though the first Baojun 630s rolled off the GM production line in October 2010. In Chinese characters, 寶駿 or 宝骏. Hatchback 610 and 730 MPV from 2014, 560 SUV from 2015. With budget lines oddly feeling the brunt of an economic downturn, GM reinvented Baojun as a premium brand in 2019, with three R-platform models.
  
  

Latest revision as of 01:22, 2 August 2020

New brand from GM (an SAIC–Wuling JV) for the Chinese market, to appeal to people who have not owned a car before, and to fight budget-priced domestic models. Launched at Auto Shanghai in 2011, though the first Baojun 630s rolled off the GM production line in October 2010. In Chinese characters, 寶駿 or 宝骏. Hatchback 610 and 730 MPV from 2014, 560 SUV from 2015. With budget lines oddly feeling the brunt of an economic downturn, GM reinvented Baojun as a premium brand in 2019, with three R-platform models.








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