When it was released, the BX was the first entirely new Citroën since its acquisition by Peugeot. Before the release of the Peugeot 205, it was to this car that was entrusted the complex mission of saving the French group. The BX was a true Citroën with a hydropneumatic suspension, a mono steering wheel, and many innovations. To limit weight, the tailgate was made up of composite materials, as were many other elements. The BX was a success, with 2 300 000 copies produced between 1982 and 1994.
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