Which is the difference between EOS Kiss and EOS Rebel?

which is the difference between EOS Kiss and EOS Rebel?

The "Rebel" name is used in North America.
The "Kiss" name is used in Japan.
In Europe, they use a 3 digit model number.   
E.g. the Canon 700D (as it's marketed in Europe) is the same camera sold in North America as the Rebel T5i and also the same camera sold in Japan as the Kiss X7i.
In North America, you wont find any Canon cameras marketed as an EOS Kiss.
Tim Campbell
5D II, 5D III, 60Da

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