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Citroen Could Come to Canada

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Citroen Could Come to Canada

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Automobiles Citroen may use Canada as its beachhead into North America.

“If we can homologate our cars in Canada, it’s a potential,” says Frederic Banzet, vice-president-international sales. “We’re looking at it.”

Read "Citroen Considers Selling Cars in Canada" @ Ward's

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Is it safe to assume that they would be great sellers in Quebec?

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FAPTurbo    1,090

Guess it'll be ok, but I doubt Citroen will get much play outside of Quebec, especially towards my way, where the French aren't exactly looked upon with much fondness for a variety of reasons...

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haypops    0

Citroen is the only one of the French to make cars worth a damn.

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Isn't Citroen Peugeot's Kia?

from wikipedia

PSA gradually eliminated Citroën's ambitious attitude to engineering and styling in an effort to rebrand the marque as an economy brand. In the 1980s, Citroën models were increasingly Peugeot-based.

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MyerShift    7

Sounds good. I'd get a C4.

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LosAngeles    2

I've been a fan of Citroens since the ZX.

Being in the North American market improves the breed. If they can all figure out what it takes to compete here (sans pickups and boring Toyota-style cars), we can get down.

Compared to the Germans, aren't all the French brands budget mainstreamers?

I'd like to see the French (and budget Brits) back here before I see the debut of the Chinese.

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