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Peugeot Citroen will begin its American campaign by taking on Uber & Zipcar
Peugeot Citroen will begin its American campaign by taking on Uber & Zipcar

Last month, we heard that French auto group PSA Peugeot Citroen was planning a return to the U.S. What we hadn't heard at the time was exactly how the company planned to take on such a well-established auto market after a decades-long absence. CHECK OUT: 2017 Audi A4 first drive Now, we know. And...Read More»

2015 Peugeot 308 GTI
Peugeot Citroen returning to the U.S.?

In the wake of the Great Recession, America lost some important (and not so important) auto brands. Volvo and Saab were sold, Suzuki and Isuzu bowed out of the U.S., and other marques, including Hummer, Mercury, Pontiac, and Saturn, were simply shuttered. Those changes upset more than a few auto...Read More»

Citroën Devine DS concept, 2014 Paris Auto Show
Peugeot Citroen Could Return To The U.S. In The Early 2020s

Younger readers may not remember it, but just over 20 years ago, you could buy a Peugeot in the U.S.A. Even older folks could be forgiven for forgetting that 40 years ago, Citroens were sold here, too. Peugeot officially bailed on the U.S. in 1991. Citroen left in 1974. But according to Auto News...Read More»

General Motors Renaissance Center, Detroit, Michigan
GM Talks Production Deal With PSA Peugeot Citroen: Report

If politics can lead to strange bedfellows, so can the business of manufacturing automobiles. Even established brands must fight for an ever-increasing share of the market, competing against rival automakers, changing economic conditions and a potentially fickle buying public. It’s no secret...Read More»

Peugeot iON Electric
Mitsubishi, Peugeot-Citroen Consider Capital Tie-Up

Strategic partnerships are key elements in most successful business plans, and that goes double during trying economic times like these. We've seen countless alliances in the auto industry in recent years, and the next couple to hook up may be Mitsubishi Motors and PSA Peugeot-Citroen; said a...Read More»

Peugeot Globule concept
WTF Friday: Peugeot Concept Gives Us Pause

We were going to write something potentially clever about this new mass transit concept from Peugeot--the Globule--that's made from four electric pods covered by a flexible polymer coating. We'd planned to discuss its complete lack of practicality. We'd hoped to talk about Peugeot and how it never...Read More»

Buncefield Fuel Depot explosion, by Flickr user r12a
New Tactic For Unions On Strike: Threaten To Blow Up Factory

The French are different. Just look at their cars, which have included single-spoke steering wheels, turn indicators that don't self-cancel (to keep the driver on his toes?), and pneumatic suspensions that let them sink to the ground with a sigh when parked. Now a few members of GCT, the French...Read More»

2009 Fiat 500
Strange Bedfellows, Part Deux: Will Fiat Turn to Peugeot Instead of Opel?

On a day when General Motors filed bankruptcy and Chrysler found its way almost entirely out of a quick Chapter 11 filing, news of yet another possible automaker tie-up began to float. This time, Fiat's turned its attention--possibly, according to Britain's Autocar--to PSA Peugeot Citroen, as it...Read More»

2009 BMW Z4 sDrive30i
BMW Opens the Bidding at $24 Billion?

Everything has its price--cars, politicians. And while a small pile of cash could make you the owner of car brands like Rover ($15, sold by BMW to Ford) or Chrysler (we think Fiat took them out for a steak dinner), BMW has a much higher sense of its own self-worth. So if you're considering a hot...Read More»

concept art by Zamak
Peugeot Transformer Eye-Candy

Unlike Audi and Chevrolet, Peugeot may not have a spot in the new Transformers flick, but that didn't stop French artist Zamak from working the concept into his latest commercial for the brand. Given what we remember from the first film, maybe Hollywood could take a lesson from Zamak when it comes...Read More»

The Splinter
Link Love From The Car Connection

Got wood?: Students at North Carolina State University have built a wooden supercar that can hit 240 mph. And you know what it's called? The Splinter (pictured above). Schwing! [Autoexpress] Is there something you want to tell us?: Just days after announcing a merger with Chrysler, Fiat posted a...Read More»

2008 Nissan Pivo2 Concept
Peugeot Pushing EVs

Who killed the EV? Well, it's beginning to look like reports of the death of the battery car were, to paraphrase Mark Twain, greatly exaggerated. As TheCarConnection noted in an exclusive April report, Nissan/Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn has declared the electric vehicle his company's No. 1 priority...Read More»

Peugeot's New Wagon: Borne from the 308

Peugeot is on a roll. Like the 206 before it, the 207 supermini is Europe’s most popular car and the larger 308 isn’t far behind. More than 100,000 have been sold since launch last summer. The French firm used the Geneva Motor Show to unveil the 308 SW, the wagon version of the compact...Read More»

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