The Citroën H Van, Type H, H-Type or HY is a light truck (or delivery van) produced by the French car maker Citroën between 1947 and 1981. It was developed as a simple front wheel driven van after World War II. A total of 473,289 were produced in 34 years in factories in France and Belgium. Most of them were sold in France, Belgium and the Netherlands.
|Engine:||4 cylinders in line, wet liners, bore 78mm, stroke 100mm, cubic capacity 1 911cm3, 11 CV rating, 50 bhp @ 3 800 rpm|
|Transmission:||Front wheel drive via 3 speed manual gearbox, single dry plate clutch|
|Brakes:||Hydraulically operated drums, handbrake operates on front wheels|
|Suspension:||Torsion bars, four shock absorbers on front, two on rear|
|Steering:||Rack and pinion|
|Maximum speed:||78 kph|
|Fuel consumption:||13 litres/100km|
Available as panel van, pick-up or cattle van as standard; 60 cm. longer wheelbase is an option.