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CITROEN Evasion Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 2
First production year: 1994
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Van
 

1998 - 2002

In the mid-'90s, PSA and Fiat joined their forces to build an MPV to counter the VW-Ford and the Renault Espace. The Citroen product was the Evasion. In 1998, after four years on the market, all of the vehicles built by the so-called Eurovans were restyled, including the Citroen Evasion. Each manufacturer had a certain freedom of incorporating some brand-specific features and some specif...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CITROEN Evasion 1.8i 5MT (100 HP)

  CITROEN Evasion 2.0i 16V 5MT (138 HP)

  CITROEN Evasion 2.0i 5MT (122 HP)

  CITROEN Evasion 2.0L Turbo 5MT (150 HP)

diesel engines:

  CITROEN Evasion 1.9L TD 5MT (92 HP)

  CITROEN Evasion 2.0L HDi 5MT (110 HP)

1994 - 1998

As part of the Eurovan alliance, Citroen built its version of a minivan named Evasion and tried to look different from its siblings. Even though most European drivers were not very attracted by minivans, their practicality drew some of them. Renault was already on that segment with the Espace since 1984, and the French carmaker was doing well. Its fellow countryman rivals waited for a decade ...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CITROEN Evasion 1.8i 5MT (100 HP)

  CITROEN Evasion 2.0i 5MT (122 HP)

  CITROEN Evasion 2.0L Turbo 5MT (150 HP)

  CITROEN Evasion 2.0L Turbo C.T. 5MT (147 HP)