A facelift has been unveiled for the DS 3 and DS 3 Cabrio, fully separating the brand from Citroen.
The most obvious changes are to the front end, and the car features a heavily updated interior.
CO2 emissions start from 87g/km for the BlueHDi 100 manual model, with the maximum CO2 of the range sitting at 129g/km.
Standard equipment includes Active City Brake, front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera with visual indicator guide lines on the 7-inch screen and hill start assist (manual gearbox only).
New DS 3 models are now equipped with a 7 inch touchscreen and Mirror Screen functionality, comprising Apple CarPlay or MirrorLink (for Android phones), bringing drivers a smarter, safer and more enjoyable way of experiencing all the personalised features of their smartphones.
Customers can choose from 78 body/roof colour combinations and four fabric roofs for the DS 3 Cabrio.
Britain is the leading market for DS 3 sales, with more DS 3 and DS 3 Cabrio models sold in the UK last year than in France or any other global market.