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Aixam

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Defunct

Aixam - Mega is a French automobile manufacturer based in Aix-les-Bains. It was founded in 1983 to make microcars in the old AROLA factory after that company failed. In 1992 they started making a range of standard sized cars under the Mega brand, but by 2002 this brand was just being applied to a range of microvans.

The company currently produces the Aixam A.7XX series (powered by Kubota diesel engines), a microcar comparable with the Smart. A notable difference is that some of the smaller models can be driven without a driver's licence since they are classified as a quadricycle (moped).

Aixam-Mega is currently (2005) Europe's largest producer of microcars and its products are available in the following countries:

Austria, Belgium, Finland, Greece, the Netherlands, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

Aixam-Mega cars

  • Aixam A-series (quadricycle)
  • Aixam Scouty/Scouty-R (convertible)
  • Aixam Crossline (SUV-style)
  • Mega Moskito Micro Pick-up
  • Mega MultiTruck

Former vehicles

  • Aixam MAC
  • Aixam Berlines
  • Aixam Minivan
  • Aixam Pick-up
  • Mega Concept
  • Mega Monte Carlo (sports car)
  • Aixam Mega Track (sports car)

Other microcar producers:

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