The last time you could buy a new Peugeot in the United States or Canada was in 1991. An economic recession and weak sales – Peugeot's U.S. volume had dropped 80% in less than a decade to fewer than 5,000 units annually – added up to an ignoble end. On Tuesday, PSA's chief executive Carlos Tavares announced that the French brand will lead the automaker's return to the North American market and that it has started the process to homologate vehicles to meet Canadian and U.S. regulations. You'll still have to wait another seven years, however, as new Peugeots will not go on sale here until 2026.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2019/02/26/peugeot-coming-back-to-the-united-states