Citroën type B14
1926 to 1928
Body versions :
Sedan , touring car , pick-up , van , omnibus
Gasoline 1.6 liters (16 kW)
The Citroën Type B14 replaced the Citroën Type B12 in October 1926 . The new Citroën series was initially visually equal to the B12, but technically represented a major step forward. Thus, the chassis was much lighter and the engine had been revised.
The four-cylinder gasoline engine has 1583 cc capacity with 16 kW (22 hp) power at 2300 / min. The maximum speed rose to 80 km / h. In addition to the previous 4-door sedan with 4 or 6 windows, the 2-door torpedo with 4 seats and derived from 2- to 3- or 4-seater convertible , there was also a 4-door roadsterwith removable hood. As before, a flatbed truck was available.
As of March 1927, was updated with four drum brakes and servo assistance comfortable; at the same time, a Landaulet version became available.
At the Paris Motor Show in October 1927, a luxury version with improved and embellished body of the sedan with extended wheelbase was presented, as well as a flatbed version with 1000 kg payload.
In 1928, the B14 was replaced by 127,600 copies built in the middle class by the Citroën C4 and the luxury version by the Citroën C6 .
Engines: Gasoline 1.6 liters (16 kW)
Length: 4000-4180 mm
Width: 1410 mm
Height: 1800-1830 mm
Curb weight : 900-1245 kg
previous model: Citroën type B12
successor: Citroën C4 C6