Everything you need to equip your Dyane or Acadiane on the Méhari Club Cassis site. Our different ranges of auto spare parts comprise thousands of references in permanent stock which have built our reputation with all the owners of this famous little Citroën. This includes the original body or chassis, as well as spare parts and accessories covering almost all requests for the different types of Dyane.
Our online store is built around the major types of spare parts including the Dyane engine, transmission, steering, wheels, brakes as well as the chassis, bodywork, passenger compartment, heating, electrics, seats or hoods. This consists of new parts for the different generations and models of this vehicle including a large part of original or original quality auto parts manufactured by the Méhari Club Cassis teams using historic Citroën materials or machine tools. It further consists of MCC-certified auto parts that offer incomparable value for money in the strictest compliance with contracts for use of the Citroën brand. Marketed from August 1967 after an official launch at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Citroën Dyane is derived from the 2CV from which it takes many parts including, in particular, its chassis. It also adopts a hood, which is sized differently from that of its prestigious predecessor. Originally created by Louis Bonnier at Panhard before being partially redesigned by the Citroën design team under the direction of Robert Opron, the Dyane differs from the 2CV in terms of certain stylistic features, such as its concave doors, its tailgate or its round headlights fitted with square rims that are integrated into the wings. When it was created, the Dyane aimed to replace the 2CV by offering a modernised and better equipped vehicle, which can compete with the Renault R4 that appeared in 1961, a vehicle also capable of being produced on same assembly lines as the 2CV. A 5-door sedan, manufactured until 1983 with 1.4 million units in different European plants of the car manufacturer Citroën and in particular in France in Levallois-Perret and Rennes-La Janais, as well as in Spain, Portugal and Belgium, the Dyane was also available as a Light Commercial Vehicle from March 1978. This LCV, called Acadiane, had a payload of 450 kg to replace the AK light vans. More than 250,000 units were sold until 1983, before the C15 took over. The name Acadiane comes from combining Dyane and the name AK given to the 2CV light vans at Citroën. Our website range covers the different models that have succeeded each other throughout history. Initially equipped with the famous 425 cc twin-cylinder engine of the 2CV when it was launched in 1967, the Dyane has undergone several engine changes since 1968. The D6 model appeared in January 1968, equipped with a 602 cc engine of three fiscal horsepower. Then, it was the Dyane 4's turn to be sold from March 1968 fitted with the new Citroën 435 cc twin-cylinder. The last major change occurred in September 1968 with the creation of the Dyane 6 which replaced the D6 and received a new version of the 602 cc engine while the 425 cc model launched a year earlier was discontinued. The production of the Dyane 4 was then stopped in 1975, the entire production being covered by the model 6 until the production stopped. For the maintenance and restoration of your favourite Citroën, choose our new auto parts.