Peugeot, Citroën and DS Automobiles have joined the rest of the volume brands in the UK with a scrappage offer for older part-exchange vehicles.
With new car registration data now available for the first half of 2017, we take a look at which brands are having a good year and which are struggling.
The DS 7 Crossback has been revealed before its Geneva show unveiling, where it will be a crucial debut for Citroën’s upmarket sister brand DS Automobiles.
There's nothing radical about the upgrades to the DS 3, but they allow an eight-year old design to present itself as fresh and appealing.
The DS 4 may appeal to some, but DS will not make significant progress until the arrival of models that are not simply reworked Citroens.
What is it? Revamp marking launch of Citroën’s standalone premium brand. Key features: Bespoke styling, upmarket interior, improved engines/chassis.
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