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The CityEl is a 3-wheel light electric car which is the most produced in Europe. [citation needed]

I have this from the German version. I found no citation in the German version. Since I am interested in electric vehicles since years, this seems to be realistic in how often I see a CityEl on the street, on fairs, in discussion.

notability established[edit]

There are enough secondary sources (I added two of them myself, found via Google) to establish notability of the subject by WP:CORP. Most of the sources are in German, however, since the car seems to be specifically popular in Germany.

I am removing the notability tag therefore. I also remove "orphan", since the article is no longer orphaned (see the What Links Here page). If you disagree, add the templates again (or add more specific templates).

Sorted as part of the Notability wikiproject. --B. Wolterding 14:33, 5 June 2007 (UTC)


How much does it cost?. Regards. --Nopetro (talk) 21:42, 24 November 2009 (UTC)

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