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Citroën Rosalie(1932 to 1938)

The Citroën Rosalie was a series of luxury cars introduced in 1932. The Rosalie name was first used for a famous Citroën race car, but was applied to this series of cars. The Rosalie was offered in three main variants, the 8CV, the 10CV, and the 15CV. The 8CV and 10CV were fitted with a 1.5L and 1.8L inline four respectively, while the 15CV featured a 2.7L inline six unit. Rosalie cars were offered in a variety of body styles, with the sedan being the most common. In 1934, the Rosalie lineup was changed, with the 8CV and 10CV becoming the 7UA and 11UA respectively, as new engines were fitted to the range. Production of the Citroën Rosalie continued until 1938.

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The Citroën Rosalie was a series of luxury cars introduced in 1932. The Rosalie name was first used for a famous Citroën race car, but was… Read more

The Citroën Rosalie was a series of luxury cars introduced in 1932. The Rosalie name was first used for a famous Citroën race car, but was applied to this series of cars. The Rosalie was offered in three main variants, the 8CV, the 10CV, and the 15CV. The 8CV and 10CV were fitted with a 1.5L and 1.8L inline four respectively, while the 15CV featured a 2.7L inline six unit. Rosalie cars were offered in a variety of body styles, with the sedan being the most common. In 1934, the Rosalie lineup was changed, with the 8CV and 10CV becoming the 7UA and 11UA respectively, as new engines were fitted to the range. Production of the Citroën Rosalie continued until 1938.

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