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French brands Renault, Peugeot and Citroen continue their decline in Australia

French cars have posted some of their worst sales results in Australia on record, according to the latest official sales figures from the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries. The three brands, Citroen, Renault and Peugeot, have only reported 797 sales between them in the first two months of 2021, down by more than 30 per cent compared to the same period last year...

2021 Citroen C3 Aircross facelift unveiled

The 2021 Citroen C3 Aircross has received its first major styling update since the model was unveiled in 2017. The C3 Aircross gets a sharper design to the C3 it's based on – and which arrived with its own facelift only days ago – further differentiating it from the hatchback...

2021 Citroen C3 price and specs

2021 Citroen C3 gets a minor facelift New features, tech, and colour options No changes to engine or pricing Available from $28,990 plus on-road costs The 2021 Citroen C3 has been updated for the new year, offering a number of new features together with a refreshed design...

Renault switches to independent distributor in Australia from April 2021 – UPDATE

UPDATE, 4 February 2021: Renault Australia has today confirmed the French brand will be handled locally by independent distributor Ateco from April 2021. In a joint statement issued today, Renault said the existing national network of 53 showrooms and three service-only outlets will remain unchanged for the time being...

Stellantis: Merger of Fiat-Chrysler and Peugeot groups – UPDATE

UPDATE, 19 January 2021: It's done! Six months after Stellantis was announced as the name of the merger between Fiat Chrysler Group (FCA) and the Peugeot Group (PSA), the new entity has launched. The merger makes Stellantis one of the largest car companies in the world, with combined annual sales of around 8.1 million vehicles...

France has a flagship again: 2021 DS 9 to go on sale in Europe

After an eight year hiatus, Citroen finally has a flagship again – except, well, it doesn’t quite. The 2021 DS 9 sedan has been detailed for the European market, almost nine months after its arrival in China, and in a first for a French flagship, European versions will be Chinese-built...

Stellantis: Fiat-Chrysler and Peugeot-Citroen merger set for European approval – UPDATE

UPDATE, November 10, 2020: Today, the merged Fiat Chrysler and PSA Groupe (Peugeot Citroen) companies have revealed the final version of their Stellantis logo. In its finished form, the logo adds a dotted starburst device to the A of the Stellantis wordmark revealed in July – reflecting the Latin term 'stello'; "to brighten with stars"...

Citroën here to stay, despite selling fewer cars than Ferrari: New C4 confirmed

2021 Citroen C4 confirmed for Australia Facelifted 2021 Citroen C3 hatch incoming too Peugeot Citroën Australia, local distributor of Citroën products, has committed to the brand in our market. The commitment comes as its diminutive sales figure continues to slide in 2020. As of September, only 139 Citroëns have been reportedly been sold...

Sacré bleu! French brands Citroen, Peugeot, Renault in dramatic sales slide

French car brands Citroen, Peugeot, and Renault are having a year they would rather forget. The sales of all three brands are in reverse in Australia, despite overhauls in distribution and management over the past few years. Renault sales are down by 27.3 per cent so far this year, Citroen is down by 57 per cent, while Peugeot has slowed by 13...

Citroen DS reimagined for the 21st century

A modern interpretation of the iconic Citroen DS has been rendered by South Korean designer Sang Won Lee, and the end result is stunning. The all-electric concept keeps the original essence of the vehicle's exterior, however does away with the B-pillar, chrome plating, and tubular tail lights. It also gets a widened rear track, and sits lower to the ground than its predecessor...

2021 Citroen C4 launched with petrol, diesel, and electric options

The new generation 2021 Citroen C4 has been launched globally, with an electric powertrain at the forefront of the car maker’s expansion plans – however its Australian plans are yet to be confirmed. The fully-electric version, called the Citroen e-C4, uses a 50kWh battery powering a 100kW/260Nm electric motor, and has a claimed range of 350 kilometres on the new real-world (WLTP) test cycle...