Used Citroen Saxo cars for sale currently have 3 used Citroen Saxo cars for sale

Citroen Saxo 1.1i Forte 5-Door

  • 87,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
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Citroen Saxo 1.6i VTR 3dr 2 owners starts and drives been dry stored

  • 73,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.6L
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Citroen Saxo 1.1i Desire 3dr

  • 56,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.1L
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Second-Hand Citroen Saxo

Used Citroen Saxo
The Citroen Saxo is a sound used buy. Its predecessor, the Citroen AX, was a much beloved, super cute supermini. The Saxo is the AX, but all grown up. Launched in May 1996, a number of models are available. Initial offerings included the three-door 1.1i, badged LX and SX and 1.4i SX and VSX. Later that year came the five-doors, a 90bhp 1.6-litre automatic, a 1.5 diesel and a new 'X' designation for the former LX. The following year brought two new hot hatches, a 90bhp Saxo VTR and a 120bhp VTS. January 1998 saw the Citroen Saxo upgraded, featuring a new grille, clear indicators, new rear lights and a far more sensible key transponder immobiliser replacing the previous cumbersome keypad system. The VSX badge was dropped in favour of 'exclusive' editions. October 1999 gave the used Citroen Saxo another facelift, with a redesigned front end and trim alterations. Further models were introduced in time, including a 1.0-litre (soon replaced by a 1.1) entry-level badged First, a Forte and a Desire and an uprated 98bhp engine for the VTR. Production ceased in 2003 as it was due to be replaced with the C2.

What You Get
What it may lack stylistically, the used Citroen Saxo makes up for in improved equipment levels, although the steering wheel is of fixed height and the electric window controls are rather silly. The rear seat space is a little cramped due to a decision on Citroen's part to favour a substantial boot space. Safety features are better than average for a car of its class, featuring generous crush safety zones and side impact protection unavailable in other superminis at that time. Pre-tensioned seatbelts and a driver's airbag come as standard.

How it Drives
For a small car, the Citroen Saxo is a smooth and comfortable ride, especially on longer journeys. It's fun and punchy, making it great for driving around town. There’s accurate steering and well-thought-out suspension settings, making it a pleasant drive all around.