DS 3 Prestige

DS 3

Reworked supermini aims to take the fight to, among others, Mini

From £15,2157
On test here is the DS 4 Crossback

DS 4 Crossback

Upmarket Citroën brand’s facelifted family car, in high-riding guise

From £23,3556
DS4

DS 4

The DS 4 is a high-riding hatchback, but for all its maker's claims to the contrary, its too much like the standard C4

From £16,9807
Citroën DS3 Racing 2011-2011

DS 3 Racing 2011-2012

Citroen's hot hatchback is appealingly intense, and good fun, but its high price and firm ride let it down

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DS 5

DS 5

The Citroën DS5 is a handsome hatchback designed with a premium feel

From £21,6707
DS3

DS 3 2010-2015

The Citroën DS3 is an upmarket, stylish supermini, but does it have what it takes to beat the Mini?

From £11,7507

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