Produced between the 1980 and 1985 model years, the Chevy Citation was offered for a single generation as the Bow Tie brand’s first front-wheel-drive car. Slotting between the Chevy Monza and Chevy Malibu, the Chevy Citation offered a sportier variant dubbed the X-11, which even competed in SCCA racing for a time. Now, this low-mileage 1982 Chevy Citation X-11 is up for grabs in a new online auction.
Available online at Bring A Trailer, this 1982 Chevy Citation X-11 was posted by Competition Cars, a car dealer located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. With just 11,000 miles on the clock, this thing looks to be in pretty excellent shape, and would make for a nice addition to a collection.
Presenting a two-door hatchback body, the Chevy Citation X-11 is covered in Redwood Metallic paint with matching side mirrors, as well as a rear lip spoiler, sunroof, X-11 decals, and gold pinstriping. A set of 14-inch wheels ride in the corners.
Moving inside, we find cloth upholstery that complements the exterior and covers the front bucket seats and rear bench seats. The red coloring can also be found on the dash, door panels, carpets, and rubber floor mats. The two-spoke steering wheel includes the X-11 logo, while amenities include air conditioning, cruise control, power door locks, and an AM/FM radio.
Motivation is sourced from the 2.8L High Output V6 engine, originally rated at 135 horsepower and 145 pound-feet of torque. The V6 pairs with a three-speed automatic transmission to drive the front wheels exclusively.
The sale includes the original window sticker, manufacturer’s literature, and sale paperwork. The window sticker shows an original sale amount of $11,562.91.
Now, this 1982 Chevy Citation X-11 is up for grabs at auction through June 23rd. As of this writing, the highest bid of 11 placed thus far is set at $10,111.