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(New page: Image:Citroën_C-Triomphe.jpg '''Dongfeng Citroën C-Triomphe (DC7205)/Citroën C4 Pallas. 2006 to date (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan. F/F, 1997 cm³ (4 cyl. DOHC).''' Booted version of [...)
 
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'''Dongfeng Citroën C-Triomphe (DC7205)/Citroën C4 Pallas. 2006 to date (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan. F/F, 1997 cm³ (4 cyl. DOHC).''' Booted version of [[Citroën C4 (2004–)]], developed for the Chinese market. Named C-Triomphe due to the negative connotations of the number four in China. Later built and launched in Argentina (2007) as the C4 Sedán. Offered in China to 2010. Officially replaced by C4L, long-wheelbase sedan version of C4, at the end of 2012.
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'''Dongfeng Citroën C-Triomphe (B53/DC7205)/Citroën C4 Sedán. 2006–12 (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan. F/F, 1997 cm³ (I4 DOHC).''' Booted version of [[Citroën C4 (2004–13)]], developed for the Chinese market. Named C-Triomphe due to the negative connotations of the number four in China. Later built and launched in Argentina (2007) as the C4 Sedán. Offered in China to 2010. Officially replaced by C4 L, long-wheelbase sedan version of [[Citroën C4 (2010–)|second-generation C4]], at the end of 2012.
  
  
 
''Manufacturing locations:'' Wuhan, Hubei, China; Buenos Aires, Argentina
 
''Manufacturing locations:'' Wuhan, Hubei, China; Buenos Aires, Argentina
  
''Marque:'' [[Citroën]] | ''Model:'' [[Citroën C4]] | ''Successors:'' [[Citroën C-Élysée]], [[Citroën C4 (2010–)]]
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''Marque:'' [[Citroën]] | ''Model:'' [[Citroën C4]] | ''Successors:'' [[Citroën C-Quatre]], [[Citroën C4 (2010–)]]

Latest revision as of 01:07, 26 January 2020

Citroën C-Triomphe.jpg

Dongfeng Citroën C-Triomphe (B53/DC7205)/Citroën C4 Sedán. 2006–12 (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan. F/F, 1997 cm³ (I4 DOHC). Booted version of Citroën C4 (2004–13), developed for the Chinese market. Named C-Triomphe due to the negative connotations of the number four in China. Later built and launched in Argentina (2007) as the C4 Sedán. Offered in China to 2010. Officially replaced by C4 L, long-wheelbase sedan version of second-generation C4, at the end of 2012.


Manufacturing locations: Wuhan, Hubei, China; Buenos Aires, Argentina

Marque: Citroën | Model: Citroën C4 | Successors: Citroën C-Quatre, Citroën C4 (2010–)







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