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CITROEN Saxo 3 doors Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 1996
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Hatchback
 

1998 - 2003

In just two years after the model introduction, Citroen managed to sell almost half of million, and then it introduced a facelifted version and kept the selling going. Citroen introduced the Saxo in 1996 on the same platform as the AX, and it was a badge-engineered product as the Peugeot 106. With strong, over 100,000 units per year, the little Saxo in both three or five doors was a money-mak...

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gasoline engines:

  CITROEN Saxo 3 doors 1.0i 5MT (50 HP)

  CITROEN Saxo 3 doors 1.1i 5MT (60 HP)

  CITROEN Saxo 3 doors 1.4i 5MT (75 HP)

diesel engines:

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

1998 - 2003

Citroen revised the Saxo lineup in 1998 and tried to offer the three-door version with different spices than the five-door, family-oriented version. The Saxo was a badge-engineered Peugeot 106, which, in turn, was based on the Citroen AX platform. In 1998, Citroen unveiled a facelifted version for the smallest member of its family. That led to a slight increase in sales over the 1997 figures....

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gasoline engines:

  CITROEN Saxo 3 doors VTS 1.4i 5MT (75 HP)

  CITROEN Saxo 3 doors VTS 1.6i 5MT (120 HP)

  CITROEN Saxo 3 doors VTS 1.6i 5MT (90 HP)

1996 - 1999

This was one of the vehicles that revived the French brand Citroen. After years of weak presence in Europe on the small market, the Saxo came up and saved the day. Even though it was the same vehicle as its sibling brother, the Peugeot 106, the Saxo had better success. The different styling made it more appealing to the younger generation. The promotion program made by Citroen in the motorsport ...

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