PARIS – Automobiles Citroen is pushing upscale and downscale at the same time with its new C5. The revamped model has luxury touches never before tried at Citroen, but it also will come in versions aimed directly at increasing sales to fleets and businesses. The C5 goes on sale in mid-2008 with ambitions of selling 150,000 units annually, more than the current C5 ever did. Part of the optimism is based on the car being built in China, as well. But the main hope is to seduce purchasing ...
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