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CITROEN ZX 5 Doors Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 3
First production year: 1991
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Hatchback
 

1996 - 1997

Citroen refreshed the ZX lineup for the last time in 1996, and the five-door version was still the main selling version of the compact-segment vehicle. Even after six years on the market, the ZX was appealing to the customers, but its design started to pale away as the bio-design trend started to get more and more followers. The Golf was the car to beat, and Opel was also among the sales winn...

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gasoline engines:

  CITROEN ZX 5 Doors 1.4i 5MT (75 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 5 Doors 1.6i 5MT (89 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 5 Doors 1.8i 4AT (101 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 5 Doors 1.8i 5MT (101 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 5 Doors 1.8i 5MT (112 HP)

diesel engines:

  CITROEN ZX 5 Doors 1.9 D 5MT (71 HP)

  CITROEN ZX 5 Doors 1.9 TD 5MT (92 HP)

1994 - 1996

Introduced in 1990, the ZX replaced the older GS lineup and received a mid-life cycle update in 1994, which brought more powerful engines and a refreshed styling. The French carmaker built the GSA in 1970, and the model was so successful that its parent didn't want to give up on it. It produced it until 1986, and finally, it decided to take it out from the assembly lines to make room for...

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gasoline engines:

  CITROEN ZX 5 Doors 1.4i 5MT (75 HP)

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

1991 - 1994

Citroen introduced the compact-segment ZX in 1991, five years after its predecessor's dismissal, the GSA, which was on the market since 1970. The French carmaker introduced the ZX lineup to fill the gap between the small-sized AX and the mid-size model BX. For those times standards, the new hatchback was an appropriate answer for the Golf and, most importantly, the Renault 19 hatchback. ...

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