Citroën 1973

2 CV
Ami
Dyane
Mehari
GS
DS
SM

France

Both 2 CV engines are modified to meet European anti pollution regulations; 435 cc engine replaces 425 cc in AZU Fourgonette, Single spoke steering wheel fitted to 2CV 6.
The Ami Super was launched in January. It is powered by a four cylinder GS engine and also made use of the GS gearbox and front brakes. This require a floor mounted gearchange rather than the traditional A series shift. Suspension is also unique to this model, lacking the front to rear interconnection found on other 2CV derivatives.
Dyane - the door handles were mounted the other way up.
GS - a larger engine of 1222cc capacity is giving 60 bhp and a top speed of 151 kph/95 mph. Vehicles with this larger engine option are also available with a "Convertisseur" semi automatic gearbox.
Power output of the SM engine was increased to 188 bhp SAE at 6 250 rpm (178 bhp DIN) mthanks to the fitting of electronic fuel injection. Top speed increased to 228 kph.

 

2 CV

2 CV 4 (2 cyl boxer, 435 cm³, 26 ch)
2 CV 6 (2 cyl boxer, 602 cm³, 33 ch)

 

Ami

Ami 8 (2 cyl boxer, 602 cm³, 35 ch) Berline, Break
Ami Super (4 cyl boxer, 1015 cm³, 61 ch) Berline, Break - new model


Ami 8 Berline

 

Dyane

Berline (2 cyl boxer, 602 cm³, 35 ch)

 

Mehari

(2 cyl boxer, 602 cm³, 29 ch)

 

GS

GS (4 cyl boxer, 1015 cm³) Berline, Break
GS 1220 (4 cyl boxer, 1220 cm³) Berline, Break


Export dashbord.

 

DS

DSpecial
DSuper
DSuper 5
DS 20
DS 23 Pallas
Break
 
Engines:
 1985 cm³, 108 ch (DSpecial, DSuper, DS 20, Break)
 2175 cm³, 115 ch; 5-speed gearbox (DSuper 5)
 2347 cm³, 124 ch (DS 23, Break)
 2347 cm³, 141 ch; electronic injection (DS 23 Injection)


DS


DS 23 Pallas


DS 23 Pallas

 

SM

(V6, 2670 cm³, 188 ch)


SM for the USA market.


SM in the USA.