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Saturday, April 27th

Citroën CX Survival Guide - Part 2



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In addition to this article, the Citroën CX Survival Guide - Part 1 has been updated. Please see that article for new information.

The CX Survival Guide is continued with more information about getting parts for our favorite French Techno-Marvels here in the USA. This edition has some more common maintenance parts such as fuel filters and oil filters.

carcynic on 04.27.13 @ 03:15 PM EST Read More...


Sunday, April 21st

Yes, You can by a new Citroën in the United States



Notice I did not say you should, but you can -- In fact, you can buy several different models.

Today, no car maker is an island. Parts come from common suppliers, engines are developed by joint ventures, and cars are built on other manufacturer’s productions lines.

Citroën, Europe's 2nd largest car manufacture, is no exception to such practices. It is for this reason that you can buy several current Citroën models today in the US. Of course, you still can't go to a Citroën dealer in the US, and the car you buy won't have Citroën badging, but with the exception of some trim pieces, and a very few other changes, it will be identical to Citroën models sold in Europe.


iMIEVandC-Zero (34k image)
Photos from respective companies' websites.
Mitshubishi i-MiEV (left) and Citroën C-Zero (right)

carcynic on 04.21.13 @ 06:17 PM EST Read More...