7 January 2011
Review

The DS3 Racing features wider tracks and lower ride height than the DS3 it's based on and, with its 207bhp, sports quite a potent engine for such a little car. Carbon fibre touches also adorn the DS3 Racing, but it's not quite as polished as the RenaultSport Clio. Here, Jamie Corstorphine puts it to the test.

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2 February 2013

The Citroen DS3 is the company's answer to the Mini and Fiat 500, and it gives you a lot of style for your money. Smile The engines are strong, it has a classy cabin and every version comes well equipped. Smile

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