By on June 24, 2015

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Above is the China-market version of the 2016 Buick Verano, set to launch later this month following its debut in April at the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show.

The Shanghai-GM-built sedan is the first Buick in the market to wear the Verano nameplate — its Chinese name is Weilang — and will slot between the Excelle GT and Regal in the lineup, CarNewsChina writes.

Power for the Verano will come through a 1.5-liter four-pot paired with either six-speed manual or automatic — good for 118 horses — as well as a 1.5-liter turbo-four pushing 170 horses through a CVT.

Styling differs slightly compared to the USDM version of the Verano, particularly with the Chinese variant’s narrower headlamps and more-forward grill with the cutline for the hood moved a few inches back; the U.S. version has the hood close on top of the grill. The tail lights, meanwhile, lack the chrome upper trim on the U.S. model, and the sideview mirrors are mounted on the door compared with the window-mounted setup sold across the Pacific.

Price of admission will range between ¥135,000 and ¥185,000 ($21,530 and $29,510 USD) for the 1.5S and 2.0T models; the alphanumeric trim names reportedly mean little as far as the engines go.

(Photo credit: Tycho De Feijter/CarNewsChina)

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