There are several reasons why Citroën cars have had little success in the U.S. market:


  1. Lack of brand recognition: Citroën is not a well-known brand in the U.S., and many American consumers are not familiar with the company or its products.
  2. Limited availability: Citroën has never had a significant presence in the U.S. market, and its cars have been only sporadically available in the country over the years.
  3. Different market preferences: American car buyers tend to favor larger, more powerful vehicles, such as SUVs and pickup trucks, which are not typically offered by Citroën.
  4. Regulatory barriers: The U.S. has strict safety and emissions standards that can make it difficult and expensivefor foreign car manufacturers to bring their products into the country.
  5. Historical issues: In the 1970s, Citroën faced financial difficulties and withdrew from the U.S. market, which may have contributed to a negative perception of the brand among American consumers.