The Simca Aronde 90A DEluxe Sedan 1958 is a classic example of French automotive design. This car was produced by the French car manufacturer, Simca, and was one of the last models it released before Chrysler Corporation took over in 1978. The car is considered to be quite reliable and has become a popular choice for collectors items. The body of the car has a timeless, rectangular look which is complemented by its chrome trim and electric grille. The car has four doors and is capable of seating five individuals comfortably. The interior is luxurious with its two-tone vinyl upholstery and wood trim. The seats are comfortably soft and spacious, and adjustable to the drivers choice. The cars dashboard has all the necessary gauges and buttons that any driver needs. The cars engine is a 1.5-liter inline-four 60 horsepower unit. It is equipped with a single carburetor and is mated to a three-speed manual transmission. It can reach top speeds of up to 98 kilometers per hour while using approximately 7 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers. The Simca Aronde 90A DEluxe Sedan 1958 is equipped with 11 inch drum brakes both in the front and rear which are capable of reliably stopping this heavy car with ease. It also comes with a locking glove box, semi-independent suspension, and broad 14-inch tires for comfortable, effortless driving. On top of all this, the car also has a reliable heater which is perfect for those cold French winter days. The Simca Aronde 90A DEluxe Sedan 1958 is a sophisticated and classic example of French automobile engineering and design. It is reliable, durable, and comfortable making it the perfect car for collectors or anyone looking for a vintage classic.
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