Take an AX to prices.
Despite the arrival of its new super-mini, the Saxo, the French car giant will go on producing the value-for-money AX for some time to come.
So second-hand AX's will not only remain in style, but will continue to provide genuine bargains for economy-minded motorists.
The continued success of the AX as a used car is mainly due to its French practicality and spectacularly low fuel consumption.
Its universal appeal is another reason why it has endeared itself to thousands of British motorists over the past nine years.
Citroen has sold more than 200,000 - which makes the AX its biggest all- time seller in the UK.
With a choice of 1 litre, 1.1 and 1.4 petrol, and 1.5 diesel engines, the AX is equally at home running about town or on long trips.
With 20 special editions to choose from it's not surprising that specials account for 60 per cent of all AX sales.
At first sight there is a bewildering array of models available.
But look more closely and you'll see the range divides neatly by engine size.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Aug 16, 1996|
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