Transforming, dancing cars coming to Canada?

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  1. CheetahDC

    CheetahDC Well-Known Member

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  2. Phy

    Phy I want... ROOM SERVICE!!

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    Cool! Our market's definitely more friendly than the States' to small cars in general, and more competition can't be too bad?
     
  3. Kupp

    Kupp Ford Fanboy TFW2005 Supporter

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    I wouldn't mind them coming to the US. Competition only weeds out the weaker cars and companies.
     
  4. Savanna

    Savanna Want to Touch my Wankel?

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    US has Alfa Romeo back starting next year, starting off with there brand new C8. I say screw Citreon, Alfa Cars actually look good.
     
  5. Wing alpha

    Wing alpha <b><font color=blue>I voted for Super_Megatron and

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    huh?
    never heard of Citreon on my life.

    that said I rather buy an used toyota celica, or a mazda mx3 , or a Civic-whatever year-post EG6 - used

    -looking for a car after transit strike-
     
  6. Savanna

    Savanna Want to Touch my Wankel?

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    Wow, someone else that likes the MX-3 enuf to actually mention is name.
     
  7. Wing alpha

    Wing alpha <b><font color=blue>I voted for Super_Megatron and

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    yeah MX-3 Preceida(Sp?)

    I love the car man,I think most of it has to do with the shape...if it had folding ligths a la RX-7 it would be the perfect car for me.

    Now if only I had a job to buy a car....
     
  8. Spartan-117

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    Citroens aren't bad. My buddy just got a brand new C4 and it's a very nice car, although to be honest they're only decent from the C4 up. C3 and lower all look terrible.
     
  9. CheetahDC

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    Hm. I think Alfa Romeo cars are higher on the pecking order, luxery and power wise, than Citroën cars. It's like comparing Lexus and Toyota. *watches as people will mob him for "That's a stupid comparison!" comments*
     
  10. My03Tundra

    My03Tundra LOVES TO EDIT POSTS!!

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    It won't be much competition once most Americans find out the "reliability" of Citroen...

    Citroen is a JOKE when it comes to their older cars and reliability. Peugot isn't very far behind them.
     
  11. CheetahDC

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    Hm. I see Citroën 2CV's on the road. Except of course, I'm assuming those are owned by enthusiasts since it is only available in the states as a grey import...
     
  12. Savanna

    Savanna Want to Touch my Wankel?

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    If I could find a decent non over priced one with the small as hell V6 and Stick shift, it would replace the RX-7 as the DD.

    I not gonna try to dispute that Alfa has a much better quality at all. Look, Sound, and run better, and will last.

    Citroen and Peugot are under the same company.
     

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