/2010 Citroen DS3 UK Pricing

2010 Citroen DS3 UK Pricing

Citroen DS3 UK at 2010 Citroen DS3 UK Pricing

Citroen’s super stylish DS3 hatchback is now available in the United Kingdom starting from £11,700. Available trim levels include DSign, DStyle and DSport while there is also a DStyle99 model which comes with 90 hp HDi diesel engine which has Co2 rating of just 99 g/km. Other options for engine include 95 and 120 hp VTi, 90 hp and 110 hp HDi, and a 150 hp THP.

MSRP of all models and details of all trim levels after the jump…

DSign models are far from being a basic proposition – not the case with many competitors’ entry-level models in this class.  The DSign trim features generous levels of standard equipment, which includes leather steering wheel, an MP3-compatible CD player with steering mounted controls, front fog lights, electric door mirrors, cruise control with speed limiter, ESP, six airbags, electric windows, remote central locking and Gear Efficiency Indicator.

DStyle models gain the striking front bumper mounted LEDs, air-conditioning, dark tinted rear windows, contrasting body and roof colours, roof coloured painted door mirrors with a chrome base, shiny-finished black dashboard and 16” diamond-tipped alloy wheels.

DSport models feature chrome side rubbing strips, a rear spoiler with an integrated third brake light, a chrome double exhaust pipe, drilled aluminium pedals and 17” black diamond-tipped alloys. The ‘Connect Signature’ pack, which includes Bluetooth®, USB socket and the eight-speaker Hi-Fi system is standard specification – as is automatic digital air-conditioning.

The DStyle 99g is based on the DStyle trim.  Externally, the only difference is the addition of 16” steel wheels with wheel covers, in place of the DStyle’s 16” alloys.

DSign VTi 95hp 134g/km £11,700
DStyle VTi 120hp 136g/km £13,700
HDi 90hp 104g/km £13,700
DStyle 99g HDi 90hp 99g/km £13,700
DSport THP 150hp 155g/km £15,900
HDi 110hp 118g/km £15,900

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