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CITROEN ZX 3 Doors Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 1992
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Hatchback
 

1996 - 1997

After six years on the market, Citroen made a final refresh for the ZX range, and, besides the five-door hatchback and the station wagon, the three-door version was also upgraded. Even though it was not the most thought-after version from the ZX's lineup, the three-door version was still appealing to the younger generation. It tried to be a French alternative to other compact three-door ...

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gasoline engines:

  CITROEN ZX 3 Doors 1.4L 5MT (175 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 3 Doors 1.6L 5MT (89 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 3 Doors 1.8L 4AT (101 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 3 Doors 1.8L 5MT (101 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 3 Doors 1.8L 5MT (110 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 3 Doors 2.0L 5MT (163 HP)

diesel engines:

  CITROEN ZX 3 Doors 1.9L D 5MT (68 HP)

1994 - 1996

After four years on the market, Citroen refreshed the entire ZX lineup with major improvements in both safety and engine departments. With a choice of three bodyworks, 3- and 5-door hatchbacks, and a station wagon, the ZX competed mainly with the Volkswagen Golf III and the Opel/Vauxhall Astra. It just lacked the sedan and the convertible. Citroen was already under full Peugeot ownership w...

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gasoline engines:

  CITROEN ZX 3 Doors 1.4i 5MT (75 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 3 Doors 1.8i 5MT (103 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 3 Doors 2.0L 5MT (155 HP)

1992 - 1994

After a four-year gap between the models, Citroen introduced a replacement for the GS range in 1990: the ZX. Like most carmakers, Citroen didn't reveal all its plans, and while it started with the five-door hatchback version in 1990, it waited another year to introduce the three-door version. Later on, in 1993, it added the station wagon. For some reason, the three-door was more importan...

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