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Jul 2, 2011 5:34AM
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I agree that some of europe's car makers should make a comeback,Fiat now sells the 500 and Alfa Romeo will be selling a few limited production models,The French should stage a comeback.During the short Recession of the early 90's we lost Alfa,Renault,Puegeot and Fiat (later80's)  another French marque is Citroen,I would buy one in a heartbeat if there was a Manufactures outlet here in the U.S.Smile
Jul 2, 2011 5:45AM
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This is for QuickbeeAre ,You obviously have not done a lot of traveling outside the U.S.

Our cars are out there but built for that countries market and may not look like anything like the cars we buy here, do your research and you'll be amazed!

Jul 3, 2012 7:35PM
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How are Peugeot 207 or Opel Castro or even Nissan Skyline not on this list? 
Feb 1, 2011 9:29AM
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American cosumer should consider this article as a cheap advertisement for foreign cars dealers.
Feb 1, 2011 9:26AM
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You forgot the camaro ss i don't see any car better looking then the camaro.
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