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CITROËN by CFAO: A blossoming partnership

CFAO has been distributing Citroën vehicles since 1994, and has partnered Citroën in its international expansion on the African continent, taking in Benin, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire and Togo, as well as New Caledonia and more recently Vietnam, Ghana and Reunion.

We sell a range of passenger vehicles adapted to the African continent with the C5 and the C-Elysée and the off-road SUVs with the C4 Aircross. Commercial vehicles such as Berlingo and Jumper complete this set.

On Reunion and New Caledonia, we offer a wide range of vehicles (C1, C3, C-Elysée, C4, C4 Aircross, C4 Cactus, C5...) and commercial vehicles (Jumper, Jumpy, berlingo...).

In each country, we have an extensive sales and after-sales network along with dedicated staff for bringing vehicles into service and ensuring maintenance operations and spare parts sourcing.

André Citroën: a visionary with revolutionary methods

Citroën was founded in 1919 by André Citroën, without doubt one of the great figures of the automobile industry. This bold, intuitive man was ahead of his time and had extraordinary communication skills. He understood that cars were a path to freedom rather than just a means of transport, and set out to make them an indispensable part of everyday life. A pioneer of the modern automobile business, he was the first to set up a company offering credit to manufacturers. He also invented the concept of after-sales services and gave rise to some of the most legendary advertising campaigns of the 20th century.

The alliance of creativity and technology

Creativity and technological innovation are embedded in Citroën's DNA. It imagines, invents and reinterprets cars to develop tangible, leading-edge solutions to individual mobility. Citroën invented Hydractive suspension, the wide-angle panoramic windscreen and new driving aids, and was the first to develop Stop & Start technology on its C2 and C3 vehicles, reflecting its commitment to the environment and to cost efficiency. Its research capabilities invest primarily in technologies improving drivers' experience and comfort.