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1987 CitroŽn C15 D

1987 CitroŽn C15 in Coronation Street, Fernsehserie, 1960-2019 IMDB Ep. 4142

Typ: Pkw, Kleinbus / Transporter — Herkunftsland: FR — Built in: ES

1987 CitroŽn C15 D

[*] Fahrzeug im Hintergrund

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zodiac SE

2014-04-17 19:10

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I believe this is a 1984-2005 CitroŽn C15 Link to "www.czerwonesamochody.com" .
More information here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citro%C3%ABn_C15 .

dsl SX

2014-04-17 19:11

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C15 D rear badge??

Lateef NO

2014-04-17 19:47

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Double rear doors since 1987

Weasel1984 PL

2016-08-13 13:18

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Better to consider it as 07.1989+: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/CitroŽn_C15 (earlier double doors were to meet in not factory conversions).

dsl SX

2016-08-13 13:28

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Should be a Champ??

Weasel1984 PL

2016-08-13 14:05

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This is how it is called here: http://www.citroenet.org.uk/utilities/c15/c15-1.html "In the United Kingdom, the C15 was initially marketed as the Champ."
But can't say they are quite consistent with this information, as on the same site we can read: "When launched in 1985 in the UK, it was available in either red or white and was marketed as either "Van Rouge" or "Van Blanc"."
Then there is period advert with Visa C15 Van (Rouge/Blanc): http://www.citroenet.org.uk/utilities/c15/c15-2.html
And different period paper document from the early years - "Visa Van" again: Link to "67.media.tumblr.com"

Looking at it again after few years, seems "Champ" was the name used in 1993+ cars, early ones were Visa C15 Van, but till when? That is the question.

EDIT: British brochures from 06.1986 and 09.1986 - no anymore "Visa" name, not yet "Champ"- at least on the covers:
Link to "www.ebay.co.uk"
Link to "www.ebay.pl"

-- Last edit: 2016-08-13 14:24:25

dsl SX

2016-08-13 15:14

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Some info from Glass's:
1] July 85 Commercial vehicle values lists C15 1124cc and C15 D 1769 cc as introduced June 85.
2] 2010 Commercial Vehicle checkbook (their final printed edition). Entry starts Jan 92, finishes Sept 01 (I don't have any editions between this and July 85 above to fill time gaps. Seems from eg http://www.parkers.co.uk/vans/reviews/citroen/c15/1985/ that UK sales dribbled to a halt in 2005). Two headings for 600kg and 765kg subranges.
600kg
In Jan 92 600kg it says Visa Van continued, double rear doors standard, single option. C15E 1124cc (47 bhp) and C15D 1769cc (60 bhp) choice. Oct 92 now designated Champ with dealerfit decals. Nov 94 1124cc discontinued; 1360cc (60 bhp) listed in data heading but text does not mention an intro date - likely to be here as replacement petrol option. Jan 2001 1769cc replaced by 1868cc (60 bhp). Sept 2001 - now with Faisceau cloth/vinyl trim, metallic effect glovebox strip, and new wheel trims. And that's where text ends.
765kg
Same sequence but only listed with diesels 1769cc until Jan 01 switch to 1868cc - no petrol option. Adds chassis cab version here only (which was presumably the base for the various baby camper conversions). The only extra info is May 01 PAS no longer fitted as standard.

So we now have Champ date as starting Oct 92. Seems Van Blanc and Van Rouge were early but not launch editions, and would have had ordinary (600kg) range alongside - I remember the names. No info when 765Kg versions started. And we did have petrol C15 E alongside diesel C15 D from first launch in 85 for at least 10 years, and possibly through to the end in 2005.

-- Last edit: 2016-08-14 17:37:45

Weasel1984 PL

2016-08-13 15:58

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1) 1985:
- I propose all of them to be "Visa C15E/D Van" this year - it is name also confirmed by the linked promo materials
- We ignore the Citroenet info, which suggests that all of them had to be "Rouge"/"Blanc" this year? /vehicle.php?id=856502
2) 1986 and later:
They use "Visa Van" name in your source in early 1992, but with this I would be careful. It really looks that "Visa" name was a case of 1st one-two year/s only.
3) also have to add that in UK double rear doors were indeed to get since aorund 1987: Link to "www.ebay.ie"
Means Citoren offered there converison of one of the external companies or fr.wiki is wrong.

dsl SX

2016-08-13 16:31

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Agreed. I'm fairly sure Rouge and Blanc were special editions only, alongside a range of other colour choices - we definitely had some blue ones as well. I think Glass's is using Visa Van as a description, not a formal name.

-- Last edit: 2016-08-13 18:10:54

Weasel1984 PL

2016-08-14 17:24

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OK, so I'm changing also this guy to "Visa C15 E Van", but without changing the year (so it will stay as 1985).

-- Last edit: 2016-08-14 17:30:26

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