Noun(1) a name given to a product or service
(1) The C6 has been inspired by the great Citroens of the past, models that have helped the marque to establish a strong heritage in large cars.(2) Alvis, some say, was the best ever British motor car and this design recalls the plain bench seating and racy lines of the marque .(3) Independent garages that want to service, repair or sell a variety of marques will need to invest in many areas.(4) Across the states of the European Union the days seem numbered when regional limits are imposed on motor dealers in terms of the volume of cars they can sell and the variety of marques they can offer.(5) It follows on from his current BMW, Mitsubishi, Fiat and Alfa Romeo franchises and neatly complements the current model ranges of those marques .(6) Different brands, or, as they are known in the ‘auto trade’, marques , are primarily differentiated by chassis structure, engine quality, and detailing.(7) About 30 to 32 per cent of new cars sold in Bulgaria are French, with Peugeot, Citroen and Renault marques increasingly to be seen on the roads.(8) MG built a reputation as one of Britain's leading sports marques .(9) The automotive consultancy designs bespoke high performance engines for some of the world's leading car marques .(10) The move has seriously affected a number of marques here, whose cars in the D segment favoured by large families and commercial fleet operators sell significant shares of diesel engines which fall into the new band.(11) He has 155 previous convictions, mostly for stealing cars, and has a knowledge of car marques and specifications which few can match.(12) Much of this has been concerned with the production of automobiles, and alongside a veritable library of antiquarian books about specific marques there are a handful of excellent scholarly histories of individual manufacturers.(13) Moreover, the entire vehicle line-up appears to be coming into its own in terms of styling - the cars no longer look like a conglomeration of the best features from a variety of marques .(14) After spending half his life abroad, he is now back in Britain, based in London, and excited by the prospect of overseeing the future shape of some of motoring's most prestigious marques .(15) My enquiries showed, to my astonishment, that many of these features are optional in the rival marques and models.(16) And at these rarefied heights it is popular marques such as Volkswagen, Peugeot and Renault, which recently entered the luxury market, that are bearing the brunt of the price falls.
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English to Arabic Dictionary: marque
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