Ten Identical Cars That Have Different Names in Different Countries

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5. Ford F-150/Ford Lobo

Ford F-150 is among the best selling vehicles across the United States. In Mexico, it is not called the same name but instead Ford Lobo. Lobo in Spanish means wolf which is the same as the fitting name for Ford F-150 due to its popularity as the best pickup truck. It is called Lobo in Mexico to sound more appealing to masses in the region.


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2 thoughts on “Ten Identical Cars That Have Different Names in Different Countries”

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  2. You forgot to mention Mitsubishi Pajero (Asian version) and Mitsubishi Montero ( American version). FYI, Pajero is considered derogatory word, meaning “someone who je*ks off” so it was renamed Montero.

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