While other companies often have the same models for years, GM cars, especially small ones, come from nowhere, then disappear. There are no successors. Had they built them well, the Corvair would exist as a long running world car.
This car has had many make and model designations. In China, it was the Buick Excelle. It was usually a Chevy or a Daewoo. Model names include Lacetti, Optra, Estate, Nubira, Gentra and Reno. In Australia it was the Holden Viva.
It's rare in the US. Why did the owners pick it? How did they find it? And how did they manage to get it in a wagon??