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Mercedes Benz Cla Will Have A Competitor

Mercedes Benz Cla Will Have A Competitor

Company Citroen has announced its intention in the near future to introduce a new car under its premium brand DS. And says that the new product will compete in the market, the Mercedes-Benz CLA.

Next car will be a replacement DS4 hatchback model in the lineup. This sedan, which will be sold in Europe and China. By the way, the manual Citroen no doubt the novelty will be wildly popular, because in China this model is incredibly popular. And also predict that it will compete in the market, the Mercedes-Benz CLA and Audi A3 sedan. The release is planned for the company in the French Mulhouse.

The release of new products scheduled in 3 years. And on to 2020-WMD in Citroen plan to expand the new range is up to six cars, among which are hatchbacks, as well as the new crossover flagship sedan and DS8.

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