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Comparativa 2CV 3CV
Nota realizada por el programa El Garage, para un bloque especial
"Testeando autos de baja cilindrada", en este caso el test efectuado fue
entre un 2CV y un 3CV, ambos de fabricacion nacional.
Conclusion? No se puede juzgar a un mito ... aun sigue andando
Citroën 2CV 6 Spécial 1986 - Deux chevaux - Test Drive - Essai Routier - Probefahrt
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Recently we came across this beautiful Citroën 2CV 6 Spécial 1986 at The
Gallery in Brummen, The Netherlands. This classic car dealer is one of the
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The Citroën 2CV (French: "deux chevaux" i.e. "deux chevaux-vapeur" (lit.
'steam horses'), "two tax horsepower") was an economy
car produced by the French car manufacturer Citroën between 1948 and
1990. It was technologically advanced and innovative, but with
uncompromisingly utilitarian unconventional looks, and deceptively simple
Bauhaus and Junkers early all metal aircraft inspired bodywork (corrugated
for added strength without added weight), that belied the sheer
quality of its underlying engineering. It was designed to motorise the
large number of small-holder farmers in 1930s France, who were still using
horses and carts. It is considered one of Citroën's most iconic cars. In
1953 Autocar in a technical review of the car wrote of "the extraordinary
ingenuity of this design, which is undoubtedly the most original since the
Model T Ford". It was described by Car Magazine journalist and author L.
J. K. Setright as "the most intelligent application of minimalism ever to
succeed as a car". It was designed for low cost, simplicity of use and
maintenance, versatility, reliability, low fuel consumption and off-road
driving. For this it had a light, easily serviceable engine, extremely soft
long travel suspension (with height adjustment by lengthening/shortening of
tie rods) high ground clearance, and for oversized loads a car-wide
canvas sunroof, which (until 1955) also covered the boot.
During a production run of 42 years between 1948 and 1990, 3,872,583 2CVs
were produced, plus 1,246,306 Fourgonnettes (small 2CV delivery vans), as
well as spawning mechanically identical vehicles including the Ami:
1,840,396; the Dyane: 1,444,583; the Acadiane: 253,393; and the Mehari:
144,953, a grand total of 8,756,688, of which there are still 3,382 on the
road in the UK as of January 2013.
From 1988 onwards, production took place in Portugal (Mangualde) rather
than in France. This arrangement lasted for two years until 2CV production
halted. Portuguese built cars, especially those from when production was
winding down, have a reputation in the UK for being much less well made and
more prone to corrosion than those made in France. Paradoxically
the Portuguese plant was more up-to-date than the one in Levallois near
Paris, and Portuguese 2CV manufacturing was to higher quality standards.
2009 Chevy Malibu vs 1959 Bel Air Crash Test
This crash test between a modern sedan and the classic 1959 Chevrolet Bel
Air shows just how far passenger protection has come in the last fifty
years. The Institute for Highway Safety staged the test to commemorate its
50th anniversary. Find more crash tests on our web site: