Construction d’Automobiles Ageron et Cie was a French automobile manufacturer.[1][2][3] The name may also be spelled as Agéron.[1]

History edit

The company was based in Lyon, France and began production of automobiles in 1908 under the name Ageron. Production ended in 1910.

Vehicles edit

Ageron offered a car named the 10/12 CV. The vehicle had a four-cylinder engine with power being transferred to the rear axles via a chain. The vehicle also featured a compressed-air starter. Models with a single cylinder or two cylinder engines that offered 6 to 12 CV were also available.[2][3]

References edit

  1. ^ a b Linz, Harald; Schrader, Halwart (2008). The International Automotive Encyclopedia. Munich: United Soft Media Verlag. ISBN 978-3-8032-9876-8.
  2. ^ a b Georgano, G. N.; Montagu of Beaulieu, Edward John Barrington Douglas-Scott-Montagu, eds. (2000). The Beaulieu encyclopedia of the automobile. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers. ISBN 978-1-57958-293-7. OCLC 45369199.
  3. ^ a b Georgano, Nick (1975). Cars. Encyclopédie complète. 1885 à nos jours (in French). Paris: Courtille.