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Click below to find information on all DS ranges, read Parkers reviews and road tests, access owner reviews for in-depth knowledge of what the car is like to own. Parkers is your one-stop-shop for everything DS related.

DS Ranges

  • DS 3

    DS 3

    New price:
    £15,370 - £26,710
    Used price:
    £5,180 - £18,502
  • DS 4

    DS 4

    New price:
    £21,360 - £30,250
    Used price:
    £6,567 - £18,450
  • DS 5

    DS 5

    New price:
    £28,485 - £34,755
    Used price:
    £9,745 - £21,924
  • DS 7 Crossback

    DS 7 Crossback

    New price:
    £28,075 - £43,580
    Used price:
    £19,800 - £34,299

Most popular DS reviews

  • DS 3 (2015 onwards) Review

    Premium supermini is stylish and easy to personalise

    Parkers rating: 3.6 out of 5 3.6
    New price: £15,370 - £26,170
    PROS
    • Stylish design
    • Punchy petrol engines
    • Economical diesels
    • Personalisation options
    CONS
    • Ride quality can be poor
    • Odd driving position
    • Interior ergonomics
    • Not the most practical
    Read full review
  • DS 5 (2015 onwards) Review
    Parkers rating: 4 out of 5 4.0
    New price: £28,485 - £34,755
    PROS
    • Distinctive styling
    • Economical engines
    • Luxurious interior
    • Supple ride quality
    CONS
    • Cramped rear seats
    • Rearward vision poor
    • Hybrid very expensive
    Read full review
  • DS 7 Crossback SUV (2018 onwards) Review

    Quirky alternative to a Q3 or GLA – nice details, comfy, but so-so to drive

    Parkers rating: 3.4 out of 5 3.4
    New price: £28,075 - £43,580
    PROS
    • Decent ride quality and safe handling in most situations
    • Some of the cabin materials are very pleasing
    • Reasonable range of diesels and petrols, but no hybrid until 2019
    • Stands out from the crowd, with plenty of kit
    CONS
    • Hefty price and PCP/lease costs 
    • Screen-based controls lag behind premium rivals' systems
    • Little brand kudos, which means resale values could suffer
    • Refinement lags behind rivals
    Read full review

DS was announced by Peugeot-Citroen as sub-brand in 2009, with the first product the name being attached to being the Citroen DS3. The name was derived from the 1955 Citroen DS, although there are no links between old and new. It was quickly followed up by the DS4 and DS5, both of which were initially sold under the Citroen banner.

But in 2014, the DS-badged cars were separated from Citroen, with parent company PSA's announcement of the formation of the DS Automobiles brand. The three cars lost their Citroen badges, and were realigned as the DS 3, DS 4 and DS 5. This positioned away from their Peugeot/Citroen counterparts. According to PSA's CEO Carlos Tavares, DS remain linked with other PSA models, but will enjoy "separate manufacturing and engineering standards".

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