The DS4 is from the Citroen brand and if you look at the latest versions, you might not know it as they have removed the Citroen badge and put just the DS4 badge on it to stand out as a brand and given it some tweaks to make it feel up the market. This disassociation is in the hopes that this brand will elevate and feel up market and will go against Volvo, Alfa Romeo, BMW and Mercedes cars. The entire model range has been upgraded including the DS4 making it look really expensive both on the outside and inside.
The car is stylish with its small grill that is surrounded by chrome and the DS logo sitting on the grill looks up-market and elegant. The car is very well designed with alloy wheels and chrome strips on the side. There are two DS4 models that offer higher and lower ground clearance as per the need of the buyer. There is LED and directional Xenon new headlamps and a new nose and it is 50 percent brighter. You get lesser switches than before and the dashboard is clean, simple and logically laid out with good quality materials.
You get blind spot monitoring if you need it as an option. The standard trim is excellent with Zenith windscreen which is a nice touch and a decent boot it also serves as a practical car. The ride is planted and slightly firmer in the corners and that gives it great handling characteristics enough to chuck it in a few corners aggressively. It is a great cruiser with a quiet cabin, comfortable seats and great to drive. There are multiple engine options with a meaty 1.6L petrol with 210hp which is plenty quick and excellent to drive.
|Engine||I4 1.6L FWD|
|No. Of Gears||6A|
|Front Brakes||Disc (ABS)|
|Rear Brakes||Disc (ABS)|
*Images used across the website are for reference purposes only. Actual product may vary.