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And you thought Qashqai was a bad name

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Those made my pregnant wife want to puke, more than usual.

Talk about BLATANT rebadging.

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Wow... I'm speechless.

Pegeuot and Citroen have been on a badge engineering kick lately, what with the Mitsubishi Endeavour rebadges and the Toyota Agyo rebadges..

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It's wierd..Citroen and Peugeot are brands of the same company, PSA, yet they have badge engineered models that compete w/ each other..some strange things going on in Europe.

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pow    106

I kinda think they're cool, modern, funky in a Honda Element or '08 Scion xB sort of way. They're definitely practical and economical, too. I can imagine builders, landscapers, and florists being interested in such a thing, especially with a diesel.

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thegriffon    5

Those made my pregnant wife want to puke, more than usual.

Talk about BLATANT rebadging.

They're small (subcompact) commercial vans—what do you expect? The rebadging is really no worse than the GMC Savana/Chevy Express.

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thegriffon    5

0MFG B40G3 3|\|G1|\|33R1|\|G!!11!!!

They could at least have one version with painted bumpers.

You'll have to wait for the passenger versions. What does a rolling tool box need painted bumpers for?

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ZL-1    160

You'll have to wait for the passenger versions. What does a rolling tool box need painted bumpers for?

For a metrossexual-meets-blue-collar look, maybe? :lol: Edited by ZL-1

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Hudson    16

When will the French/Italians learn?

I present to you the:

Citroen Nemo

Fiat Fiorino

Peugeot Bipper

I'm not buying it. Fiorino is a well-known name for Fiat trucks...and not a name in and of itself. It was the name of currency in Tuscany in the early 1800s, which isn't a bad name for a commercial vehicle meant to make money.

I don't have a problem with Nemo or Bipper either.

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They're small (subcompact) commercial vans—what do you expect? The rebadging is really no worse than the GMC Savana/Chevy Express.

But I thought compact vans were supposed to look good???

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