It may surprise some of you to learn that the Peugeot 505 was not the largest French station wagon available in the US of A in the 1980s. That’s right, the Citroen CX 25 TRI, a long-wheelbase, high-roof version of the CX Familiale was imported by CXA Automotive in New Jersey, and boasted an almost unbelievable 76.5 cubic feet and 4900lb cargo capacity. And that’s with the rear seats in their upright and locked positions. By comparison, a 2001 Jeep Cherokee only has 66 cubic feet of cargo space with its rear seats up, and a Peugeot 505 SW8 has 54.2. As you might expect, The CX Breaks were used commercially as well, serving as ambulances and delivery vehicles.