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The last mainstream car sold in the United States bearing the badges of a French marque was the 1991 Peugeot 405. Oh, sure, Renault DNA lived on in Chrysler products well into the current century, thanks to all the components and design concepts that AMC and then Chrysler lifted from the Renault 21/25-based Eagle Premier. And of course there's the Nissan-Renault partnership. But what about bringing back actual French cars, with the badges of French brands displayed proudly, to the US market? Would you buy one? Would anyone buy one?


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