Citroen LN and LNA (1977 – 1986) Review

Citroen LN and LNA (1977 – 1986) At A Glance


+We're struggling with this one

-Interesting twin-pots were never sold in the UK

Peugeot’s stewardship of Citroën soon made an impact on the model range – the SM died in 1975, and a mere two years later, the LN was ushered in to create a presence in the supermini sector. In reality, the LN was a facelifted Peugeot 104Z powered by the 2CV’s flat-twin in 652cc form.

In 1982, the 1.1-litre Douvrin-engined LNA came on stream, and went on sale in the UK two years later, to add more performance and economy, but with the Visa already in the range, what was the point?