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CITROEN CX Break Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 1976
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Wagon (station wagon, estate, combi, touring)
 

1985 - 1991

The final of the CX Break version appeared in 1985 and stayed on the market for six more years. It kept the original car's distinct appearance but changed the bumpers from chromed metal to plastic. Although this improved crash protection and shaved some kilograms from the total weight, the move wasn't that well received by Citroen purists, who thought that the car had lost some of its ...

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gasoline engines:

  CITROEN CX Break 2.0L 5MT (106 HP)

  CITROEN CX Break 2.2L 5MT (116 HP)

  CITROEN CX Break 2.5L 3AT (121 HP)

  CITROEN CX Break 2.5L 5MT (137 HP)

diesel engines:

  CITROEN CX Break 2.5L D 5MT (75 HP)

  CITROEN CX Break 2.5L D Turbo 5MT (120 HP)

  CITROEN CX Break 2.5L D Turbo 5MT (95 HP)

1982 - 1985

The last vehicle designed entirely by Citroen before the Peugeot takeover, the Citroen CX was marketed in Europe between 1974 and 1991. Even from the beginning of its production the Citroen CX was appreciated, winning the European Car of the Year trophy in 1975. The Citroen CX succeeded the legendary Citroen DS from which it borrowed its hydropneumatic suspensions. The engine was mounted ...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CITROEN CX Break 2.0L 5MT (106 HP)

  CITROEN CX Break 2.3L 5MT (128 HP)

  CITROEN CX Break 2.5L 5MT (138 HP)

1976 - 1982

Citroen dodged the extinction bullet by joining the Peugeot group, but its projects went on, and the CX received a station wagon shape in 1975 as a 1976 model. It was the last vehicle launched by Citroen before Peugeot took it over in April 1976, which already had almost 40 percent of the other French carmaker's stakes since 1974. The evolution of the large executive car didn't both...

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