More Used Cars in China

My friend, Oliver, and I explore the used car lot in search of something that really catches his eye.
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16 thoughts on “More Used Cars in China”

  1. I thought cars in china were expensive generally – but those prices seem good value – the Porsche for <60$,that CX4 Mazda for <17$ etc

  2. I have a question. I heard most Chinese people drive an electoric vehicle.But on your videos it seems there are still a lot of engine cars on the market. What is the current situation like in China? And I'm a Japanese. How are japanese cars selling?

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