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The DS 4’s sculpted interior helps give it a real premium feel, making it a good – if pricey –alternative to the usual Family SUV suspects. However, the disappointing gearbox, so-so performance and poor rear space means that it still can’t quite stand up to a lot of its rivals, including the Audi Q2 and Cupra Formentor.
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The Cross style treatment makes the DS4 look a bit more rugged and Cross Trocadero marks the entry level in this style. To that end, Cross Trocadero trim adds black roof bars, front and rear skid plates and black front and rear bumpers. Alongside the style changes, the Cross Trocadero trim also gets 19in alloy wheels, built-in sat nav, the additional small touchscreen in front of the armrest, a head-up display, front parking sensors, keyless entry and start, a rear-view camera and extra storage areas.
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The 1.6 E-Tense Plug-in Hybrid is the one to have if you’re a company car driver aiming to keep benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax payments low. With 221bhp, the E-Tense feels especially brisk, going from 0-60mph in 7.7sec, which is almost one second faster than the BMW 1 Series 118i M Sport. On top of the extra pace, the E-Tense also boasts an official electric-only range of 38miles (although, we’d take that with a pinch of salt) and low CO2 emissions.
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