XM Models and History

The XM was introduced in 1989 as the successor of the legendary CX series and its production stopped in 2000.

The XM saw one major model change during its production life, the introduction of the Series II in 1995. Although there are numerous differences between the older and newer models, two changes are very eloquent and help tell the two series apart without trouble:

BX Models and History

The BX was introduced in 1982 as the successor of the GS/GSA series and was replaced in 1994 by the Xantia. The second most popular Citroën after the 2CV—with a total production of 2,315,739 cars—presents Citroën's distinct character in a package somewhat more conventional than the previous Citroëns.