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North America Midsize Cars Jointly By GM, Ford And Chrysler is a Joint Venture

of Midsize Sedans That They Have Different Engines and they are samely rebadged

versions of the Peugeot 407 and the Peugeot 508





First Generation (2008-2010)Edit

Since The Joint Venture of midsize cars came out

Chrysler, Ford and

General Motors had jointly

designed them that they all are rebadged versions of the Peugeot 407


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The Lincoln Versatiles and the Mercury Zephyr were no longer in production

and were replaced with the Mercury Monarch and the Lincoln Continental


Engine

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Duratec 35 V6

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Duratec 23EW L4

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Ecotec L4

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Ecotec V6

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GEMA L4

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EGJ V6

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Second Generation (2011-Present)Edit


The Second Generation that a Diesel trim has been introduced

for some models production began in 2010 as a 2011 model

the newer versions of the car are rebadged versions of the Peugeot 508

and a hybrid version has been introduced and even a sport trim has been

introduced


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Ecotec l4

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Ecotec V6

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Atkinson Cycle engine with an electric motor

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VM Motori L4 Diesel Engine

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VW TDI L4 Engine

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Duratec L4

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Duratec V6

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GEMA L4

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EGJ V6

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Ecoboost V6

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Turbocharged Ectotec V6 Engine/


Turbocharged EGJ
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That The all the Manfacturers share the same Atkinson Cycle engine