The Citroën BX is a large family car that was produced by the French manufacturer Citroën from 1982 to 1994. In total, 2,315,739 BXs were built during its 12-year history. The hatchback was discontinued in 1993 with the arrival of the Xantia, but the estate continued for another year. The Citroën BX was launched in Paris on 2 October 1982 under the Eiffel Tower. The BX was designed to replace the successful small family car Citroën GS/A with a larger vehicle. The French advertising campaign used the slogan "J'aime, j'aime, j'aime" showing the car accompanied by music written specially by...
|Automotive class||Large family car, Compact car, Station Wagon, Hatchback|
|Predecessor models:||Citroën GS|
|Successor models:||Citroën Xantia|