Which car company is from France?

Which car company is from France?

In France, there are three major French car manufacturers: Citroën (pronounced sih-tro-n), Peugeot (puh-joh), and Renault (ruh-no). If you happen to be in France, you’ll see these cars everywhere, so I decided to make an article dedicated to the wonderful cars of France.

What are famous French cars?

Top 10 French Cars Ever Produced

  • 3 3. Renault Alpine A110.
  • 4 4. Bugatti Type 51.
  • 5 5. Renault 5 Turbo 2.
  • 6 6. Peugeot 205 GTi.
  • 7 7. Venturi Coupe 260.
  • 8 8. Citroën DS.
  • 9 9. Renault Megane.
  • 10 10. Citroën 2CV. In the 1940’s, Germany had the Volkswagen Beetle.

What is the best French car?

Here’s 10 of what I’d class as the best French cars in no particular order.

  • Bugatti EB110 SS.
  • Renault Clio 182 Trophy.
  • Citroen DS.
  • Renault Alpine A110.
  • Citroen 2CV.
  • Peugeot 106 Rallye.
  • Renault Clio V6.
  • Bugatti Veyron. Of course the Veyron had to make the list.

Are French cars sold in USA?

You may be surprised to learn that French automobile manufacturers are nowhere to be found in the United States, the world’s second biggest market behind China, where the French also have little or no presence. Peugeot, Citroën (PSA group), and Renault no longer sell anything in the United States.

What is the most luxurious French car?

Without further ado, here are the 20 most beautiful French cars ever made.

  • 8) Peugeot 504 Cabriolet.
  • 7) Voisin type C27 roadster.
  • 6) Delahaye 165.
  • 5) CITROËN DS.
  • 4) Renault Alpine A110. Alpine A110.
  • 3) CITROËN SM Cabriolet. View gallery image.
  • 2) Bugatti Type 35B. View gallery image.
  • 1) Bugatti Type 57CS. View gallery image.

Are French cars reliable?

Much to the surprise of some commentators, a French car proved the most reliable in the 2018 Driver Power survey. The model in question was the Peugeot 3008. It was widely praised by owners for its styling, driving experience, reliability, safety and running costs.

Are French cars any good?

Why is Renault not in the US?

Renault’s presence in the U.S. market ended in 1992 when its rebadged Eagle Premier model was dropped by Chrysler. Today, Renault and Nissan are in a strategic alliance with the latter likely keeping the former from ever showing up stateside again.