PARIS – Automobiles Citroen SA is riding the coattails of the Chinese sales boom this year, with sales up 65% in September in a market up nearly 70%. The French marque has kept pace with the market all year long with solid sales of the Citroen C-Quatre and C-Elysee, and in November it will introduce a locally built Citroen C5. The C5 reportedly will sell for RMB200,000-RMB300,000 ($29,200-$43,800), putting it in competition with the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord. The car will be the ...
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