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CITROEN XM Break Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 1992
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Wagon (station wagon, estate, combi, touring)
 

1997 - 2000

By 1997, Citroen was already forced to desperate measures to increase the global XM sales and introduced a second and final facelifted version. When it was introduced in 1989 as a replacement for the CX, it was a revolution that fired up the market, and it became an instant success that lasted for a year and a half until the technical issues started to spoil the car's image. The French c...

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gasoline engines:

  CITROEN XM Break 2.0i 5MT (135 HP)

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

  CITROEN XM Break 3.0L V6 5MT (194 HP)

diesel engines:

  CITROEN XM Break 2.1L Turbo D 5MT (110 HP)

  CITROEN XM Break 2.5L Turbo D 5MT (131 HP)

1994 - 1997

In 1994, Citroen introduced a facelift for its flagship range, the XM, and along with the "Berline" version, it upgraded the station wagon as well. Citroen had high hopes for the XM, and those were not achieved by 1994 when the lineup was refreshed. Even though it was all the necessary attributes to become a best-selling model, its sales figures were below expectations. The carma...

full description and technical specifications
gasoline engines:

  CITROEN XM Break 2.0i 5MT (135 HP)

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

  CITROEN XM Break 3.0L V6 5MT (170 HP)

1992 - 1994

When Citroen decided to replace the CX model, it faced a difficult question: replaced it with what? The answer came in 1992 when the carmaker introduced the wedged-shape XM on the market, and it looked completely different than its predecessor. Bertone Studios designed the car, and Citroen offered it in two shapes: sedan and station wagon. The latter was highly appreciated by those who needed...

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