The 1956 Simca 9 Aronde 1300 Sedan was the classic French vehicle of its time, an icon of economy and quality. This two-door sedan came with a 1300 cc four-cylinder engine and a three-speed manual transmission, putting out 50 hp and a top speed of 81 mph. With a length of 14ft 4in and a width of 5ft 7in, it had ample space for four people to sit comfortably. Its exterior styling was a classic of the era, with a long, low nose, minimal chrome accents, and a sharp-angled C-pillar profile. The interior was spartan, but comfortable, upholstered in restrained colors that coordinated with the chrome accents. An AM radio was included as standard equipment, allowing passengers to enjoy their journeys in style. Certainly the most charming feature of the vehicle was its signature curving C-pillar, a definite trademark of the Simca 9 Aronde. Dependable and sophisticated, the Simca 9 Aronde 1300 Sedan was a great car for those who had a style that transcended what was popular in its day.
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