Audi's used car ad in China. (YouTube grab)
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German luxury carmaker Audi AG has come under fire from consumers in China for an advert that compared buying a second-hand car to checking out a bride-to-be.Audi, which is attempting to revive its sales in the world's biggest car market, said on Wednesday it deeply regretted the advert and that it had been withdrawn.Thousands of Chinese consumers went online to mock the advert, saying it was sexist and demeaning to women.The advert is for an approved retailer of Audi second hand cars.
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