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CITROEN BX Break Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 2
First production year: 1985
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Wagon (station wagon, estate, combi, touring)
 

1989 - 1994

In 1989, Citroen refreshed the BX range, both the hatchback and the station-wagon, which was named Break. The BX was introduced in 1982 and it was well-received by the market. It was built on the same platform with the Peugeot 405, but it received the Citroen suspension, which allowed a variable ground clearance due to the hydro-pneumatic suspension. The car's styling was performed by...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CITROEN BX Break 1.6L 5MT (88 HP)

  CITROEN BX Break 1.9 5MT AWD (109 HP)

  CITROEN BX Break 1.9L 4AT (122 HP)

  CITROEN BX Break 1.9L 5MT (109 HP)

  CITROEN BX Break 1.9L 5MT (122 HP)

diesel engines:

  CITROEN BX Break 1.8L TD 5MT (90 HP)

  CITROEN BX Break 1.9L D 5MT (71 HP)

  CITROEN BX Break 1.9L D 5MT AWD (71 HP)

1985 - 1989

Citroen introduced a station wagon for its BX range in 1985, and it made a difference on the market since it featured a unique suspension. The French carmaker decided to replace the GS lineup in the '70s, but its bankruptcy prevented it from moving forward. After the marriage with Peugeot, it resumed its ideas, and its new owner helped it by giving it a new platform. Yet, some of Citroen...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CITROEN BX Break 1.6L 5MT (88 HP)

  CITROEN BX Break 1.6L 5MT (94 HP)

  CITROEN BX Break 1.9L 4AT (103 HP)

  CITROEN BX Break 1.9L 4AT (105 HP)

  CITROEN BX Break 1.9L 5MT (103 HP)

  CITROEN BX Break 1.9L 5MT (105 HP)