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VerricT

has any one done any tested Citroëns before?

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Mook will be visiting this thread soon.

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Wow. Some really nice cars there, do you have anymore details?

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Wow. Some really nice cars there, do you have anymore details?

Thats what I'm trying to find out too. They do have some nice cars.

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Why not ask the guy at the desk next to you? I'm sure he will know.

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I'm always very suspicious of anyone who knows how to type the tréma ¨ above the e in Citroën.

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I'm always very suspicious of anyone who knows how to type the tréma ¨ above the e in Citroën.

Trema - Is that French for Umlaut?

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I'm always very suspicious of anyone who knows how to type the tréma ¨ above the e in Citroën.

Me too, but not as suspicious as I am of people who know what it is called...:roflmao:

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Thats what I'm trying to find out too. They do have some nice cars.

I really hope you find out and can share with us, its just the sort of question I've been asking myself recently so thank you for raising it to our attention +++:ffs:

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I've looked at a couple of Berlingo L1 vans......

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I've watched an M3 CSL, an RS4 Avant, a 6 series and a Q7 V8 get left for dead by a Citroen Berlingo van in Scotland.:roflmao:

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:grin: VerricT what is the market for Citroëns like in Sri Lanka anyway? Guess you're fresh out of luck as it seems to be a UK only offer for testdrives :roflmao:

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Trema - Is that French for Umlaut?

Correct! which is German for dieresis :). I knew that computational linguistics degree would come in handy one day...

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I had a c3 as a courtesy car. It had flappy paddles which were allegedly attached to a gearbox. I think in truth they were actually electronically connected to a sim card/phone buried in one of the 14 cubbyhole's that called Citroën UK and told them I wanted to change gear. A call centre operative then pressed a button on their end to enforce a gear change. A similar principle appeared to apply to the accelerator when trying to pull out of a busy junction.

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I've watched an M3 CSL, an RS4 Avant, a 6 series and a Q7 V8 get left for dead by a Citroen Berlingo van in Scotland.:roflmao:

:secret::secret:

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