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'''Citroën GSA. 1979–87 (prod. 576,757). 5-door saloon, 5-door estate, 3-door van. F/F, 1129, 1299 cm³ (4 cyl. OHC).''' Improved GS, with hatchback (five years after Heuliez proposed its version) and plastic bumpers, bringing the look into the 1980s. Even more aerodynamic with front spoiler. Four-wheel independent suspension, five-speed gearbox. Larger engine from GS X3, smaller-engined GSA Spécial from 1981. French production to 1983, Spanish production to 1986; Indonesian production of Entreprise van to 1987.
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'''Citroën GSA. 1979–87 (prod. 576,757). 5-door saloon, 5-door estate, 3-door van. F/F, 1129, 1299 cm³ (I4 OHC).''' Improved GS, with hatchback (five years after Heuliez proposed its version) and plastic bumpers, bringing the look into the 1980s. Even more aerodynamic with front spoiler. Four-wheel independent suspension, five-speed gearbox. Larger engine from GS X3, smaller-engined GSA Spécial from 1981. French production to 1983, Spanish production to 1986; Indonesian production of Entreprise van to 1987.
  
  
 
''Manufacturing locations:'' Rennes, France; Vigo, Spain; Mangualde, Portugal; Koper, Yugoslavia; Arica, Chile; Mutare, Zimbabwe; Jakarta, Indonesia
 
''Manufacturing locations:'' Rennes, France; Vigo, Spain; Mangualde, Portugal; Koper, Yugoslavia; Arica, Chile; Mutare, Zimbabwe; Jakarta, Indonesia
  
''Marque:'' [[Citroën]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Citroën GS]] | ''Successor:'' [[Citroën BX]]
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''Marque:'' [[Citroën]] | ''Predecessor:'' [[Citroën GS]] | ''Successors:'' [[Citroën BX]], [[Citroën ZX]]

Latest revision as of 23:12, 4 March 2018

1981 Citroën GSA Special Break.jpg

Citroën GSA. 1979–87 (prod. 576,757). 5-door saloon, 5-door estate, 3-door van. F/F, 1129, 1299 cm³ (I4 OHC). Improved GS, with hatchback (five years after Heuliez proposed its version) and plastic bumpers, bringing the look into the 1980s. Even more aerodynamic with front spoiler. Four-wheel independent suspension, five-speed gearbox. Larger engine from GS X3, smaller-engined GSA Spécial from 1981. French production to 1983, Spanish production to 1986; Indonesian production of Entreprise van to 1987.


Manufacturing locations: Rennes, France; Vigo, Spain; Mangualde, Portugal; Koper, Yugoslavia; Arica, Chile; Mutare, Zimbabwe; Jakarta, Indonesia

Marque: Citroën | Predecessor: Citroën GS | Successors: Citroën BX, Citroën ZX





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