One of a kind
I bought the car because it was cheap, and needed a car for a short time, so when I bought it, it had been lacking some TLC.
I changed the clutch, repaired rust holes, worked on the suspension, new exhaust, new tires, and general small maintenance.
I will have to work on the oil leakage it has, before it goes for a new MOT this summer. The GSA just leaks too much, actually it needs a nappy, which I find rather embarrassing.
Only a week after I purchased the car I knew I did not want to sell it again. I started investing in the car and used it as my daily car. I drove nearly 30 000Km in one year and it became very reliable.
Citroen GS was the first Citroen to be fully designed from "0" the design, engine and tires all fit together in harmony which makes this car so wonderful to drive. In the 1970's it became car of the year and it is a pity not more people recognise the quality of this French creation.
What I like most from the GSA is the large space at the back, you can practically transport anything and it does not matter how full it gets, the comfort stays. The suspension is so smooth, that taking speed-bumps nearly becomes enjoyable, especially when a GTI is behind you. Corners are also terrific and many people wonder how an old car with very thin tires can race though a corner and not topple over, just lots of fun.
At this moment I do not drive the car as I am overseas for a year, but it is something I am really looking forward to when I return home.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 16th April, 2005