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Citroen is a French automotive manufacturing division owned by Stellantis (formerly Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA)).

Citroen was founded in 1919 by Andre Citroen, who had built armaments for France during World War I. Anticipating a change of business after the end of the war, the company began plans to enter auto manufacturing and, taking inspiration from Henry Ford, produced the Citroen Type A shortly after the war officially ended, with the first delivery of the first Citroen vehicle made in July 1919.

Notable achievements of Citroen include the Traction Avant as the world’s first mass-produced front-wheel-drive model with an independent suspension and unibody construction, the DS executive car which spawned a lineup of successful Citroen models, and producing three vehicles that have won the “European Car of the Year” award (CX, GS, and XM).

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All Citroen Vehicles:

Cars:

Ami: An all-electric microcar

C3: A supermini model available as a hatchback or coupe-cabriolet

C-Elysee: A subcompact sedan/saloon

C5: A large family car model

SUVs and Minivans:

C3 Aircross: A subcompact SUV version of the C3

C3-XR: A Chinese-exclusive subcompact SUV

C4: A compact SUV, originally produced as a compact sedan

C4 Cactus: A subcompact SUV based on the C3 and DS 3

C5 Aircross: A compact SUV version of the C5

Berlingo: A panel van and sibling to the Peugeot Partner

Jumper: A rebadged version of the Fiat Ducato commercial vehicle

Jumpy: A light commercial van, also sold as the Fiat Scudo

SpaceTourer: A compact multi-purpose vehicle (MPV)


Recently Discontinued Vehicles

C1: A city car developed with Peugeot and Toyota

C3 Picasso: A mini MPV version of the C3

C4 Aircross: A compact SUV version of the C4

C4 Picasso: A compact MPV version of the C4

DS Lineup: A lineup of executive car hatchbacks

Nemo: A lineup of commercial vehicles and panel vans from rebadged Fiat Fiorino models


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