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    Default Citroen in China

    Hello all
    Just back from a visit to China
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    The Chinese “C6.”

    https://chinaautoweb.com/car-models/...-c6/?pid=47391

    A completely different car to the proper C6 which ceased production in 2012. No suspension for one thing.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CitroŽn_C6/

    And here for the conversation is a list of all the China-only models that CitroŽn (and DS) sell:

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/tychodefeijter/2016/07/12/hands-off-these-8-citroens-are-only-for-china/

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    Was in China 2 yrs ago and the variety of vehicles was staggering.. Did not spot a single 2CV but saw numerous Maybach, Tesla, and innumerable Mercedes, Audi and BMW, invariably in "L" spec.

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    No car that is 20 years old is allowed to be on the road, also in Shenzhen no car older than 5 years are allowed in the city precinct, so veteran or vintage cars are a non event in China

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    No wonder the Chinese do not value the heritage of a marque of cars. Had a look at that abomination of a thing they are marketing as an MG these days. Cecil Kimber would roll over in his grave. How dare they refer to those things as Citroens. It takes a lot more that a set of Chevrons to earn that name!
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