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October 28, 2016


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I'm not sure why it's happening, but the 'Citroën' in this post's title is rendered as 'Citron' in the Recent Posts and elsewhere.

As an Australian, I immediately noticed the problem of the Cactus name for an Australian market, but I didn't know that the word only has that meaning in Australia.

Michael: I futzed with the post title, and the ë should be showing up now. (But not in the URL, which doesn't recognize it.)

No, the C in Citroën C4 does not stand for "compact". It's short for Citroën. All current models have a designation beginning with C, including the luxurious and not at all compact C6.

Anders: Thanks for the correction.

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