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  1. Ayman Maghwry
    March 26, 2012

    أنا من مصر
    ومحتاج الشفرة بتاعة العربية سايبا بريد موديل2009
    أنا شاريها بس مفتاح إتسرق مني
    وخايف المفتاح التاني يضيع
    لو ممكن ده إبعتولي ميل بالتكلفة والشحن

  2. STAC
    October 5, 2011

    Ah apology! I forgot …
    The C5 MK1 was replaced the Xantia and produced in Iran last year, I think …

  3. STAC
    October 5, 2011

    Hello all,
    Thank you for the answer!
    I found the figures for world production of the Xantia:
    3 months 2009: 3600
    3 months 2010: 3400

  4. Afshin
    October 1, 2011

    Saipa planned to produce Citroen C4 inestead of Xantia but plan changed to new Kia Cerato also Nissan Teana is now producing as a replacement Nissan Maxima by Pars Khodro.

  5. Miguel
    September 30, 2011

    the Citroen Xantia stills been produced there in very small numbers by Saipa. Saipa also the also sells in very small numbers about 40 or 50 the first C4 and C5, Renault Logan, Laguna (previous model). Another that´s not in the list is IKco Runna a blend of a VW polo sedan with a Fiat sienna. IKco produces also the Peugeot 407, 207 and the previous Suzuki grand vitara. Phadro produces the VW polo.

    • matgasnier
      September 30, 2011

      The Citroen Xantia’s production has stopped in 2011 in Iran. Prduction figures are down to zero over the last few months.
      The 207 is produced in Iran under the name 207i, #8 in the ranking.
      The 407 is not produced in Iran, nor are the Laguna, C4 and C5 (or at least their production figures are not recorded).
      Production of the Iran Khodro Runna, based on the 206 sedan, has not started yet.

  6. STAC
    September 30, 2011

    Hello all,

    The Citroën Xantia is no longer sold there?

  7. ausrutherford
    September 30, 2011

    Could I get the others Matt? thanks!

    • matgasnier
      September 30, 2011

      Hey Austin sure:
      Suzuki Grand Vitara 293/1742
      Hyundai Elantra 168/1728
      Nissan Maxima 127/1179
      Mazda2 21/1172

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