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    Re: Bad executive cars of the past

    The Talbot Tagora was another mostly French executive car that didn't inspire much.

    Some of the bigger Japanese cars didn't sell well in the UK during the 1970s, possibly as they were designed for...
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    Re: Bad executive cars of the past

    On another site there was a discussion on the Mk4 Ford Zehpyr / Zodiac / Executive made from 1966 to 72.

    In spite of being an almost fresh design it missed the mark by quite a way, not helped by...
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    Re: Bad executive cars of the past

    The Volvo 264 was quite classy, & replaced in the 1980s by the 760.
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    Re: Bad executive cars of the past

    I remember reading that in the 1990s the Toyota Camry was a good car to own, but a bit too big to be a family car, & not the right image for an executive model.
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    Re: Bad executive cars of the past

    Some of the earlier big Japanese cars didn't sell well in the UK, probably better suited to the American 2nd car market.

    Examples:

    Datsun Cedric

    Toyota Crown

    Colt (Mitsubishi) Sigma (Also...
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    Re: Bad executive cars of the past

    The Chrysler 2 Litre was planned to be sold in the UK, but Chrysler decided to start merging the Rootes & Simca ranges.
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