Parkers overall rating: 4 out of 5 4.0

The DS3 Cabrio is a fairly nice car to drive. The instruments are all laid out cleverly and the large sat-nav screen is easy to read. With the roof up it’s very similar to the hard-top.

The only slight issue arises when you’ve got the roof folded all the way down – this cuts your rear visibility down to wing mirrors only. You’ll struggle to park too, even with the standard parking sensors.

There isn’t much to complain about when considering Citroen DS3 Cabrio comfort. The seats are supportive yet forgiving, which means the car feels equally at home through quick, twisty bends as it does on the motorway.

The ride comfort too is compliant and fluid, while there’s little wind noise from the soft-top roof.

In fact, the roof is incredibly well insulated compared to other convertible hatchbacks. When folding it down there’s a wind deflector which will pop up and protect rear passengers from being buffeted by the wind, a welcome addition we’re sure.

Folding the roof down to its final position is the most comfortable way to drive with the wind in your hair.