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DS Ranges

  • DS 3

    DS 3

    New price:
    £25,990 - £33,275
    Used price:
    £2,613 - £23,421
  • DS 3 E-Tense

    DS 3 E-Tense

    New price:
    £37,265 - £42,035
    Used price:
    £15,476 - £21,478
  • DS 4

    DS 4

    New price:
    £32,580 - £47,065
    Used price:
    £3,201 - £34,100
  • DS 5

    DS 5

    Used price:
    £4,785 - £12,554
  • DS 7

    DS 7

    New price:
    £37,175 - £59,100
    Used price:
    £20,374 - £36,190
  • DS 9

    DS 9

    New price:
    £56,000 - £74,415
    Used price:
    £18,657 - £38,192

Most popular DS reviews

  • DS 3 E-Tense SUV (2022 onwards) Review

    Fashion-first EV might be too much of a niche offering

    Parkers rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
    New price: £37,265 - £42,035
    • Well-equipped
    • Rapid charging
    • Chic styling
    • Expensive for what it is
    • Cramped rear seats
    • Small boot
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  • DS 3 SUV (2022 onwards) Review

    Luxurious but compromised premium crossover

    Parkers rating: 2.7 out of 5 2.7
    New price: £25,990 - £33,275
    • Upmarket interior
    • Peppy petrol engine
    • Comfortable seats
    • Cramped rear seats
    • Small boot
    • Form over function in places
    Read full review
  • DS 4 Hatchback (2021 onwards) Review

    France's alternative to the Audi A3 frustrates and delights

    Parkers rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
    New price: £32,580 - £47,065
    • Comfortable ride, quiet at speed
    • Plush interior
    • Eye-catching inside and out
    • It's not cheap
    • Confusing interior
    • Brakes are inconsistent in response
    Read full review
  • DS 7 SUV (2022 onwards) Review

    Leftfield alternative puts style over substance

    Parkers rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
    New price: £37,175 - £59,100
    • Good interior quality
    • Most models are refined at speed
    • Strong trim levels
    • No seven-seat option
    • Sporty model is choppy
    • Only non-hybrid is a diesel
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  • DS 9 Saloon (2021 onwards) Review

    The latest French executive car looks good and undercuts premium rivals

    Parkers rating: 2.5 out of 5 2.5
    New price: £56,000 - £74,415
    • Supremely luxurious interior
    • Lots of driver-assistance tech
    • Quiet and refined at speed
    • Limited range of engines
    • Unproven resale values
    • Unimpressive performance
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Latest news

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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".