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CITROEN Xantia Break Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 2
First production year: 1995
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Wagon (station wagon, estate, combi, touring)
 

1998 - 2001

Citroen refreshed the Xantia lineup in 1998 for the entire range, including the sedan and the station wagon. In the full era of bio-design, Citroen dared more with the angular shapes of the Xantia, but it softened its edges when it launched in 1992, and that process continued during the 1998 facelift. The station wagon, launched in 1994, was an excellent choice for families. Thanks to its fue...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CITROEN Xantia Break 1.8i 5MT (112 HP)

  CITROEN Xantia Break 1.8i 5MT (90 HP)

  CITROEN Xantia Break 2.0i 4AT (123 HP)

  CITROEN Xantia Break 2.0i 5MT (135 HP)

  CITROEN Xantia Break 2.0L Turbo 5MT (150 HP)

diesel engines:

  CITROEN Xantia Break 1.9L SD 5MT (75 HP)

  CITROEN Xantia Break 1.9L TD 5MT (90 HP)

  CITROEN Xantia Break 2.0L HDI 5MT (110 HP)

  CITROEN Xantia Break 2.0L HDI 5MT (90 HP)

  CITROEN Xantia Break 2.1L TD 5MT (110 HP)

1995 - 1998

Citroen introduced the Xantia as a replacement for the BX in 1992 but waited for another two years before launching the station wagon version in 1994 as a 1995 model. When Citroen launched the Xantia, the wedged shapes of the BX were not yet forgotten nor outdated. Yet, the new vehicle came with rounded edges and sloped lines. It was a different vehicle that became very popular. The station w...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CITROEN Xantia Break 1.8i 5MT (103 HP)

  CITROEN Xantia Break 2.0i 4AT (122 HP)

  CITROEN Xantia Break 2.0i 5MT (135 HP)

  CITROEN Xantia Break 2.0L Turbo 5MT (150 HP)