Which used Citroën DS3 hatchback should I buy?
When it was launched the Citroen DS3 was available in DSign, DStyle and DSport guises. Each of these could then be personalised with different colours for the bodywork and roof, plus graphics and various wheel designs, but if you opt for a DSign model you’ll still miss out on air-conditioning, and you might need to do without alloy wheels, too.
That being the case, we’d upgrade to the DStyle, which will give you these items along with LED daytime running lights and rear privacy glass.
Opting for a top-spec DSport version of the DS3 means you’ll get 17-inch alloy wheels and dual-zone climate control.
The 2015 facelift not only resulted in the loss of the Citroen badge, but also in the introduction of a new 7-inch touchscreen system designed to cut down on some of the DS3’s many interior buttons. The model range stayed much the same otherwise, but the names of each version were changed to Chic, Prestige and Performance respectively.
Our favourite Citroen DS3: 1.6 THP DStyle/Prestige