Citroen 1957-2006: Market Review 2019

By: Cliff Chambers

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Citroën 1957-2006

Classic vehicle values rarely follow logical pathways and $30,000 for one of the world’s most rudimentary vehicles might seem crazy. However, Australia is certainly not the only place on the planet where 2CV Citroens can generate extreme money.

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Spending slightly less will buy a D Special sedan while $40,000 funds the sophisticated DS23 Pallas sedan or a Safari wagon.

The totally new CX has been with us now for more than 40 years but has made little impact on the market.

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CX2400s sold here remain well below their original selling prices although you might pay $25,000 for a GTi.

21st Century Citroens are yet to achieve any collector-market presence but for cheap and interesting transport the C5 SX might be worth a look.

| Buyer's Guide: Citroen 2CV


2CV $29,160 [9] 

D Special $25,575 [6] 

DS23/Pallas/Safari $38,925 [6] 

CX 2400/Pallas $11,985 [5] 

C5 SX 2001-06 $4595 [8]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.


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