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CITROEN AX 3 Doors Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 2
First production year: 1986
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Hatchback
 

1991 - 1998

After five years since it was launched, the small Citroen AX received a facelift in 1991, trying to keep up with the latest design trends, and the receive worked well since it could stay on the market until 1998. Peugeot managed to save Citroen after imposing some drastic measures. The new owner not only that it reduced the number of platforms used but also ditched the boxer engines. But that...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CITROEN AX 3 doors 1.1L 5MT (60 HP)

  CITROEN AX 3 doors 1.4L 5MT (75 HP)

  CITROEN AX 3 doors 1.4L 5MT (95 HP)

diesel engines:

  CITROEN AX 3 doors 1.4L D 5MT (50 HP)

  CITROEN AX 3 doors 1.5L D 5MT (58 HP)

1986 - 1991

According to Citroen, the little AX might be considered the first supermini vehicle built by the "double-chevron" carmaker. At the beginning of '80s, Citroen started to develop a vehicle to replace the aging Axel/Visa lineup. The three-door AX replaced the Axel, while the five-door replaced the Visa. With a new design based on a modified platform from its predecessor, the littl...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CITROEN AX 3 Doors 1.0L 4MT (42 HP)

  CITROEN AX 3 Doors 1.1L 4MT (54 HP)

  CITROEN AX 3 Doors 1.1L 4MT (60 HP)

  CITROEN AX 3 Doors 1.3L 5MT (95 HP)

  CITROEN AX 3 Doors 1.4L 5MT (65 HP)

  CITROEN AX 3 Doors 1.4L 5MT (69 HP)

  CITROEN AX 3 Doors 1.4L 5MT (75 HP)

  CITROEN AX 3 Doors 1.4L 5MT (84 HP)