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French cars will return to America, but you won't be able to buy one

Sad news for those hoping to score a new Peugeot or Citroen.

Los Angeles will be the first city serviced by Groupe PSA's new ride-sharing division.

Peugeot to resurrect Talbot brand as channel for cheap cars?

It's certainly possible. According to La Voz de Galicia, the French automaker is currently mulling the creation of a new sub-brand to break into the lower rungs of the inexpensive car market. Rather than go through the hassle of rustling up a whole new name, the company has looked to the past for inspiration. It came up with Talbot – a company that got its start early in the 20th century and puttered to a stop in

Mitsubishi giving Peugeot/Citroën version of ASX

Mitsubishi ASX – Click above for high-res image gallery

Video: PSA - Ken Jeong and Joel McHale urge you to put a sock on it

Wear your thumb socks – Click above to watch video after the jump

Video: The most beautiful seatbelt advocacy commercial ever?

Embrace Life PSA – click above to watch the video

Report: Peugeot, Citroën get new design chiefs

Hope for France: Left to right, Gilles Vidal, Jean-Pierre Ploué and Thierry Metroz

VIDEO: How much of a difference does a few mph make?

"Please, Slow Down" public safety spot – Click above to watch the video

Geneva 2009: Nissan Qazana is so bizarre it almost looks French

We're just back from checking out the Nissan Qazana, and we're happy to report that it's every bit as zany as it looks in the stock images we saw seen earlier. In fact, it almost looks Gallic, like something from Citroen or Peugeot, or perhaps something reverse-engineered from a Par

PSA: Gone in 4 Seconds - Protecting your valuables and ID

Even if it's obvious, it never hurts to remind people to be more careful on the road or around their vehicles, so we figured we'd share this video clip with all of you. Broward County Sheriff Ken Jenne offers a frightening look at how quickly and easily a thief can make off with your valuables and/or your identity by showing actual surveillance cam footage from a Broward County incident.

Your spaceship has arrived: The spiritual successor to the Citroen DS?

1955 – Elvis is just heating up, Blackboard Jungle is in theaters and tailfins will take a couple more years to really get outrageous. Across the Atlantic in France, the Martians forgot their space capsule. There is no other way to explain a car that debuted in 1955 having such sophistication – a hydropneumatic self-leveling suspension, excellent handling and ride, and headlamps that swiveled with the steering, to name a few.

MINI to offer a common-rail Cooper

If you live in the States, the thought of a diesel-powered Mini may come as a bit of a surprise, but they've been available for a few years in Europe in the form of the Mini One D. You'll find that most reviewers are pleased with the mileage of the 1.4-liter Toyota-built diesel, but none are particularly excited about the scant 74bhp.

Spy Shots: Peugeot 7007 and Citroen C9 SUVs

Who says that Europeans, especially the French, are not interested in SUVs? Automaker PSA has partnered with Mitsubishi Motors to develop a pair of new soft roaders, the Peugeot 7007 and Citroen C9.

Fiat unveils new Ducato commercial vehicle

Fiat's new Ducato has been unveiled in advance of its European debut. The commercial van will be twinned with models the automaker's PSA partners, Peugeot and Citroen. The joint venture project is part of the Sevel group (Società Europea Veicoli Leggeri – European Light Vehicle Company, an arrangement created in 1978.

Zetsche warns EU automakers: Don't repeat the mistakes of the US industry

DaimlerChrysler CEO Dieter Zetsche, a man who knows a thing or two about the problems facing the US auto industry, took the opportunity to warn European Union automakers that they may eventually endure the same structural problems their US counterparts are struggling with if action is not taken.