Which used Citroën DS5 hatchback should I buy?
Since the petrol version wasn’t particularly popular, the 1.6-litre diesel is a bit slow and the hybrid is quite rare, the 2.0-litre diesel is the most sensible choice. You’ll also find a good selection of good used automatics and manuals with this engine because the split is roughly 50/50 on the used market; we’d stick with the manual, though, because it’s much more economical.
DStyle is the spec to go for because you get plenty of equipment and the all-important parking sensors, and there are plenty of examples around in this specification, too.
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