Ds Ds Ds 7 Crossback Hatchback 1.6 E-TENSE Performance Line 5dr EAT8

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Rear parking sensor
Electric power steering
Lane departure warning system
Service indicator
Voice recognition
Driver attention warning
12.3" digital instrument cluster display
3D connected navigation
Mirror Screen with Apple car play/Android Auto
Speed limit recognition and speed warning
Multi function on board trip computer
DS Connect Box emergency and assistance system
12 inch HD touchscreen
DS Active scan suspension
DAB Digital radio
2 USB sockets in rear
Bluetooth hands free and media streaming with USB socket
Laminated front/rear screens
Body colour door handles
Automatic headlights
Body coloured bumpers
Chrome window surround
Dark tinted rear windows
LED daytime running lights
High beam assist
LED front fog lights with static cornering light function
Gloss black roof rails
Inox windows surrounding
Acoustic, tinted and heated windscreen
Trailer stability control
Defrosting door mirrors
Electric folding door mirrors with DS LED spotlights
Frameless electrochrome interior rear view mirror
Gloss black exterior door mirrors
Textured black DS wings
Gloss black front grille
Follow me home manual lighting
DS 3D LED rear lights
DS active LED Vision headlights
Automatic lighting at car unlocking
Front door entry sill with DS Performance Line design
Textured black rear bumper
E-tense badge on bonnet
E-tense monogram on the rear tailgate
Acoustic and tinted windscreen
DS performance line badge on front doors
Rear headrests
Front and rear door pockets
Front seatback pockets
Front head restraints
Electric lumbar adjustment
Aluminium sports pedals
Gear shift indicator
Aluminium footrest
Two position floor
Perforated leather steering wheel with contrast stitching
Two rear isofix mounting points
60/40 split folding rear seat backrest
Performance line badged front/rear carpet mats
Cloth sunvisors with LED courtesy mirror and ticket holder
Flocked glasses storage on driver side
Open storage on driver side
Front central armrest with storage
Front double cupholders
Height and depth adjustable steering wheel
Rear double cupholders
Rear ski flap
Chrome controls
Front closed storage with USB connection point
E - tense leather gear knob
Auto comfort pack - DS 7
Advanced technology pack - DS 7
Anti-lock brake system
Electronic Stability Programme
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Hill start assist
3x3 point rear seatbelts
Rear curtain airbags
Child safety lock
Active city braking
Electric parking brake
Driver, front passenger, front lateral and curtain airbags
Emergency braking system
Height adjustable front seatbelts with pretensioners and front and rear load limiter
Safety kit including first aid kit, yellow vest and Warning triangle
Immobiliser
Remote central locking + deadlocks
Perimetric and volumetric anti theft alarm
Stop/ Start function
Automatic front doors and boot locking
Alcantara dashboard and door panels with stitching
Performance Line monogram on the dashboard
19" Gloss black onyx diamond-cut London alloy wheels
Carmine centre caps with DS logo
CO2 0
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 1598
Compression Ratio 2098
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 590
Gears 8
Transmission Automatic
Combined 0.00
Urban 0.00
Extra Urban 0.00
Badge Engine CC 1598
Badge Power 225.00
NCAP Rating
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 8.61
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 8.90
Engine BHP 225.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1760
Engine Torque 360.00
Top Speed 140
Front Tyres 235/50 R19
Rear Tyres 235/50 R19
Spare Tyre N
Height 1620
Length 4573
Wheel Base 2738
Width 1895
Fuel Tank Size 43.00
Weight 2350
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1760
Towing Weight Unbraked 750
Number Of Seats 5

Ten Second Review

As the DS brand points out, beyond the motor industry, three of the world's top five luxury brands are French. Why shouldn't Gallic style be equally desirable when it comes to cars? Perhaps it will be with this one, the first of the company's very own designs, the DS 7 Crossback premium mid-sized SUV.

Background

Under the skin of this DS 7 lies much that's shared with mid-sized Peugeots and Citroens, but it's all been covered with a thick sheen of Gallic gloss that could represent a refreshing alternative to the Teutonic ambiance that tends to dominate amongst premium mid-sized SUV models of this sort. There's a few signs of classic DS innovation here too. Given the marque's heritage in pioneering suspension technology, it's appropriate that the highlight is a camera-driven active damping system that sets new standards in this sector, recognising bumps and road undulations before you even reach them. Features like adaptive headlights and a 'DS Connected Pilot' package that gives you 'level 2' autonomous driving will be more familiar to buyers looking at the latest models of this kind, but this Crossback aims to set itself apart with a uniquely sumptuous, tactile interior. The idea is to bring a bit of Louis Vuitton and Chanel to the mid-sized premium segment. Like the sound of that? Then maybe you ought to join us in checking out what's on offer here. Let's put this car to the test.

Driving Experience

And on the road? Well at last with this DS 7 Crossback model, we've got a car from this brand that rides as a DS model should. The company has a history of supple springing that goes all the way back to the original Fifties DS saloon with its ground breaking hydropneumatic suspension. This car hasn't anything quite as complex as that, but its 'DS Active Scan' camera-driven active damping set-up does set fresh class standards, able to anticipate bumps and undulations before you even get to them, allowing the Crossback to waft over things like potholes and speed humps with silken ease. The DS 7 is at its best when you're wafting along and enjoying this Gallic model's more relaxed approach to life. Something you'll be better equipped for if, like most DS 7 buyers, you opt for the 2.0-litre BlueHDi 180 diesel powerplant we tried. Like all the conventional engines fitted to this car, it drives only through the front wheels. As for the other engines on offer, well at entry-level, there are two 130hp options, a PureTech petrol unit and a 1.5-litre BlueHDi diesel. Further up the range sit auto-orientated 'PureTech 180' and 'PureTech 225' derivatives, both of which use versions of the same 1.6 THP petrol turbo powerplant. Across the line-up, you can get an optional 'Grip Control' system that optimises front wheel grip for light off road use. There are also a pair of plug-in E-TENSE PHEV hybrid derivatives paired with a 13.2kWh battery. The E-TENSE 225 is front-driven and uses a 180hp petrol engine and a 110hp electric motor. The E-TENSE 4x4 has a 200hp 1.6-litre petrol turbo engine beating beneath the bonnet, its efforts boosted by an accompanying pair of 110hp electric motors which together boost total power output up to 300hp. That equates to a useful 450Nm of torque, which is transmitted to the tarmac via an eight-speed auto gearbox.

Design and Build

The overall styling concept here isn't too dramatic, but the detailing is certainly very nicely done, particularly at the front end, the look of which was inspired by the avant garde 'DS Divine' concept car of 2014. We particularly like the exotically intricate 'DS Active Vision' LED headlamps, which emit a purple light when the car is unlocked, before pivoting by 180-degrees - in a nod to the original Fifties DS model's clever swivelling front lights. The brand saves its boldest flourishes though, for the interior, which is intended to be an extrovert celebration of everything that's cutting edge in French fashion. Alcantara, open-pore wood inlays and leather feature in copious quantities appropriate to the Parisian-themed trim package you've chosen. Even the techno-fest that must rather incongruously fit in around all of this frippery can't escape the Louis Vuitton treatment. So the super-sized 12-inch infotainment touchscreen that struggles to fit in at the top of the centre stack gets a strange barrel-style crystal-like centre volume dial. And, like the 12-inch instrument binnacle TFT monitor, can be configured via a 'DS Sensorial Drive' feature to display its information in shades of either Cashmere or Titanium. Rear seat space is good; even for a six-footer sitting behind quite a lanky front seat occupant, the legroom on offer should be quite sufficient. And there's a decently-sized 555-litre boot.

Market and Model

DS 7 Crossback pricing ranges from around £32,000 to nearly £56,000. There are three trim levels - 'Performance Line', 'Prestige' and 'Ultra Prestige' - which feature distinctly styled interior packages (DS calls then 'Inspirations'), most themed and styled around the perceived ambiance of various Parisian districts. All mainstream models come only in front-driven form. The core DS7 line-up is built around three petrol engines and two diesels. Those shopping at the bottom of the range can ask their dealer about a 130bhp 1.2-litre PureTech petrol powerplant, but are more likely to opt for the 1.5-litre BlueHDi 130 diesel unit which can only be paired with manual transmission. There are also two versions of the older-tech 1.6-litre THP petrol turbo engine that PSA Group brands have been using for some time, here badged PureTech 180 and PureTech 225, the figures designating engine outputs. A significant number of buyers though, are going to want a diesel and if they can afford to stretch beyond the 1.5-litre BlueHDi entry-level unit just mentioned, then the powerplant they're likely to want is the 2.0-litre BlueHDi 180 engine we tried - that's if they're not put off by the fact that it costs nearly £5,000 more with an equivalent level of trim. To be fair, that premium does get you automatic transmission: this top diesel unit, like the top petrol engine, has to come with a self-shifter. But it does still mean that for a 'Performance Line' BlueHDi 180 version of this model, you'll be needing a budget in the territory of £38,000. You'll need a budget of around £50,000 if you want the E-TENSE 4x4 plug-in hybrid petrol variant.

Cost of Ownership

Let's get to the exact WLTP figures that the DS 7's various engines can produce, all of which are helped by the light weight of this car's underlying EMP2 PSA Group platform. The base 1.5-litre BlueHDi 130 manual diesel model manages 54.1mpg on the combined cycle and up to 102g/km in manual form. To give you some extra class perspective on that, a base diesel Jaguar E-PACE can't match that, a legacy of the fact that that smaller rival model is over 350kgs heavier. With the older-tech 2.0-litre BlueHDi 180 diesel engine we tried, this DS model's advantage over its rivals isn't quite as pronounced, but it's still impressive given the size and interior space on offer. With this variant, up to 48.2mpg on the combined cycle and up to 113g/km of CO2 is possible. The petrol models also put in a strong showing, especially the three cylinder 1.2-litre entry-level PureTech 130 variant, which in manual form manages up to 46.0mpg on the combined cycle and up to 120g/km of CO2. Even the top PureTech 225 petrol turbo variant delivers up to 40.4mpg on the combined cycle and up to 125g/km - not bad for a high performance automatic luxury mid-sized SUV capable of over 140mph. With the E-TENSE 225 Plug-in derivative, there's a WLTP driving range of up to 34 miles. WLTP emissions are rated at up to 31g/km and WLTP combined fuel consumption is rated at up to 201.8mpg. For the 300hp E-TENSE 4x4 plug-in variant, there's a 31 mile WLTP-rated electrified driving range. The WLTP mixed fuel consumption figure is rated at 128mpg. And the WLTP CO2 reading is 33g/km. What else? Well, there's the usual unremarkable three year/60,000-mile warranty and service intervals are every year or every 20,000 miles with normal usage or every year or 12,500 miles if the car is regularly driven in an arduous conditions.

Summary

Charismatic, elegant and satisfyingly rare, the DS 7 Crossback does indeed bring something different to the upper class part of the mid-sized SUV segment. It's an interesting confection this, relatively conservative in its overall exterior shaping but extreme and individualistic in its Gallic cabin demeanour. Will there be enough premium segment customers wanting that kind of combination? It'll be interesting to see. Ultimately, we like it most because it feels special - or at least it will for the right kind of buyer. That customer will love the painstaking attention that's been paid to almost every detail of this design. In some respects, the execution isn't perfect - but then, as we've remarked before when reviewing this boutique French maker's products and considering its competitors, there's something rather soul-less and clinical about perfection. The DS brand is about a 'Different Spirit' - a different way to go. Other marques have promised that: with this car though, this one delivers it.

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Rear parking sensor
Electric power steering
Lane departure warning system
Service indicator
Voice recognition
Driver attention warning
12.3" digital instrument cluster display
3D connected navigation
Mirror Screen with Apple car play/Android Auto
Speed limit recognition and speed warning
Multi function on board trip computer
DS Connect Box emergency and assistance system
12 inch HD touchscreen
DS Active scan suspension
DAB Digital radio
2 USB sockets in rear
Bluetooth hands free and media streaming with USB socket
Laminated front/rear screens
Body colour door handles
Automatic headlights
Body coloured bumpers
Chrome window surround
Dark tinted rear windows
LED daytime running lights
High beam assist
LED front fog lights with static cornering light function
Gloss black roof rails
Inox windows surrounding
Acoustic, tinted and heated windscreen
Trailer stability control
Defrosting door mirrors
Electric folding door mirrors with DS LED spotlights
Frameless electrochrome interior rear view mirror
Gloss black exterior door mirrors
Textured black DS wings
Gloss black front grille
Follow me home manual lighting
DS 3D LED rear lights
DS active LED Vision headlights
Automatic lighting at car unlocking
Front door entry sill with DS Performance Line design
Textured black rear bumper
E-tense badge on bonnet
E-tense monogram on the rear tailgate
Acoustic and tinted windscreen
DS performance line badge on front doors
Rear headrests
Front and rear door pockets
Front seatback pockets
Front head restraints
Electric lumbar adjustment
Aluminium sports pedals
Gear shift indicator
Aluminium footrest
Two position floor
Perforated leather steering wheel with contrast stitching
Two rear isofix mounting points
60/40 split folding rear seat backrest
Performance line badged front/rear carpet mats
Cloth sunvisors with LED courtesy mirror and ticket holder
Flocked glasses storage on driver side
Open storage on driver side
Front central armrest with storage
Front double cupholders
Height and depth adjustable steering wheel
Rear double cupholders
Rear ski flap
Chrome controls
Front closed storage with USB connection point
E - tense leather gear knob
Auto comfort pack - DS 7
Advanced technology pack - DS 7
Anti-lock brake system
Electronic Stability Programme
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Hill start assist
3x3 point rear seatbelts
Rear curtain airbags
Child safety lock
Active city braking
Electric parking brake
Driver, front passenger, front lateral and curtain airbags
Emergency braking system
Height adjustable front seatbelts with pretensioners and front and rear load limiter
Safety kit including first aid kit, yellow vest and Warning triangle
Immobiliser
Remote central locking + deadlocks
Perimetric and volumetric anti theft alarm
Stop/ Start function
Automatic front doors and boot locking
Alcantara dashboard and door panels with stitching
Performance Line monogram on the dashboard
19" Gloss black onyx diamond-cut London alloy wheels
Carmine centre caps with DS logo
CO2 0
Euro Emissions
NOX N/A
CC 1598
Compression Ratio 2098
Cylinder Layout In - Line
Cylinders 4 Cylinder
Fuel Delivery Turbo
Number of Valves 590
Gears 8
Transmission Automatic
Combined 0.00
Urban 0.00
Extra Urban 0.00
Badge Engine CC 1598
Badge Power 225.00
NCAP Rating
Vehicle Homologation Class N/A
0 to 60 mph (Sec) 8.61
0 to 62 mph (Sec) 8.90
Engine BHP 225.00
Engine KW
Engine PS 1760
Engine Torque 360.00
Top Speed 140
Front Tyres 235/50 R19
Rear Tyres 235/50 R19
Spare Tyre N
Height 1620
Length 4573
Wheel Base 2738
Width 1895
Fuel Tank Size 43.00
Weight 2350
Roof Load Limit
Towing Weight Braked 1760
Towing Weight Unbraked 750
Number Of Seats 5

Ten Second Review

As the DS brand points out, beyond the motor industry, three of the world's top five luxury brands are French. Why shouldn't Gallic style be equally desirable when it comes to cars? Perhaps it will be with this one, the first of the company's very own designs, the DS 7 Crossback premium mid-sized SUV.

Background

Under the skin of this DS 7 lies much that's shared with mid-sized Peugeots and Citroens, but it's all been covered with a thick sheen of Gallic gloss that could represent a refreshing alternative to the Teutonic ambiance that tends to dominate amongst premium mid-sized SUV models of this sort. There's a few signs of classic DS innovation here too. Given the marque's heritage in pioneering suspension technology, it's appropriate that the highlight is a camera-driven active damping system that sets new standards in this sector, recognising bumps and road undulations before you even reach them. Features like adaptive headlights and a 'DS Connected Pilot' package that gives you 'level 2' autonomous driving will be more familiar to buyers looking at the latest models of this kind, but this Crossback aims to set itself apart with a uniquely sumptuous, tactile interior. The idea is to bring a bit of Louis Vuitton and Chanel to the mid-sized premium segment. Like the sound of that? Then maybe you ought to join us in checking out what's on offer here. Let's put this car to the test.

Driving Experience

And on the road? Well at last with this DS 7 Crossback model, we've got a car from this brand that rides as a DS model should. The company has a history of supple springing that goes all the way back to the original Fifties DS saloon with its ground breaking hydropneumatic suspension. This car hasn't anything quite as complex as that, but its 'DS Active Scan' camera-driven active damping set-up does set fresh class standards, able to anticipate bumps and undulations before you even get to them, allowing the Crossback to waft over things like potholes and speed humps with silken ease. The DS 7 is at its best when you're wafting along and enjoying this Gallic model's more relaxed approach to life. Something you'll be better equipped for if, like most DS 7 buyers, you opt for the 2.0-litre BlueHDi 180 diesel powerplant we tried. Like all the conventional engines fitted to this car, it drives only through the front wheels. As for the other engines on offer, well at entry-level, there are two 130hp options, a PureTech petrol unit and a 1.5-litre BlueHDi diesel. Further up the range sit auto-orientated 'PureTech 180' and 'PureTech 225' derivatives, both of which use versions of the same 1.6 THP petrol turbo powerplant. Across the line-up, you can get an optional 'Grip Control' system that optimises front wheel grip for light off road use. There are also a pair of plug-in E-TENSE PHEV hybrid derivatives paired with a 13.2kWh battery. The E-TENSE 225 is front-driven and uses a 180hp petrol engine and a 110hp electric motor. The E-TENSE 4x4 has a 200hp 1.6-litre petrol turbo engine beating beneath the bonnet, its efforts boosted by an accompanying pair of 110hp electric motors which together boost total power output up to 300hp. That equates to a useful 450Nm of torque, which is transmitted to the tarmac via an eight-speed auto gearbox.

Design and Build

The overall styling concept here isn't too dramatic, but the detailing is certainly very nicely done, particularly at the front end, the look of which was inspired by the avant garde 'DS Divine' concept car of 2014. We particularly like the exotically intricate 'DS Active Vision' LED headlamps, which emit a purple light when the car is unlocked, before pivoting by 180-degrees - in a nod to the original Fifties DS model's clever swivelling front lights. The brand saves its boldest flourishes though, for the interior, which is intended to be an extrovert celebration of everything that's cutting edge in French fashion. Alcantara, open-pore wood inlays and leather feature in copious quantities appropriate to the Parisian-themed trim package you've chosen. Even the techno-fest that must rather incongruously fit in around all of this frippery can't escape the Louis Vuitton treatment. So the super-sized 12-inch infotainment touchscreen that struggles to fit in at the top of the centre stack gets a strange barrel-style crystal-like centre volume dial. And, like the 12-inch instrument binnacle TFT monitor, can be configured via a 'DS Sensorial Drive' feature to display its information in shades of either Cashmere or Titanium. Rear seat space is good; even for a six-footer sitting behind quite a lanky front seat occupant, the legroom on offer should be quite sufficient. And there's a decently-sized 555-litre boot.

Market and Model

DS 7 Crossback pricing ranges from around £32,000 to nearly £56,000. There are three trim levels - 'Performance Line', 'Prestige' and 'Ultra Prestige' - which feature distinctly styled interior packages (DS calls then 'Inspirations'), most themed and styled around the perceived ambiance of various Parisian districts. All mainstream models come only in front-driven form. The core DS7 line-up is built around three petrol engines and two diesels. Those shopping at the bottom of the range can ask their dealer about a 130bhp 1.2-litre PureTech petrol powerplant, but are more likely to opt for the 1.5-litre BlueHDi 130 diesel unit which can only be paired with manual transmission. There are also two versions of the older-tech 1.6-litre THP petrol turbo engine that PSA Group brands have been using for some time, here badged PureTech 180 and PureTech 225, the figures designating engine outputs. A significant number of buyers though, are going to want a diesel and if they can afford to stretch beyond the 1.5-litre BlueHDi entry-level unit just mentioned, then the powerplant they're likely to want is the 2.0-litre BlueHDi 180 engine we tried - that's if they're not put off by the fact that it costs nearly £5,000 more with an equivalent level of trim. To be fair, that premium does get you automatic transmission: this top diesel unit, like the top petrol engine, has to come with a self-shifter. But it does still mean that for a 'Performance Line' BlueHDi 180 version of this model, you'll be needing a budget in the territory of £38,000. You'll need a budget of around £50,000 if you want the E-TENSE 4x4 plug-in hybrid petrol variant.

Cost of Ownership

Let's get to the exact WLTP figures that the DS 7's various engines can produce, all of which are helped by the light weight of this car's underlying EMP2 PSA Group platform. The base 1.5-litre BlueHDi 130 manual diesel model manages 54.1mpg on the combined cycle and up to 102g/km in manual form. To give you some extra class perspective on that, a base diesel Jaguar E-PACE can't match that, a legacy of the fact that that smaller rival model is over 350kgs heavier. With the older-tech 2.0-litre BlueHDi 180 diesel engine we tried, this DS model's advantage over its rivals isn't quite as pronounced, but it's still impressive given the size and interior space on offer. With this variant, up to 48.2mpg on the combined cycle and up to 113g/km of CO2 is possible. The petrol models also put in a strong showing, especially the three cylinder 1.2-litre entry-level PureTech 130 variant, which in manual form manages up to 46.0mpg on the combined cycle and up to 120g/km of CO2. Even the top PureTech 225 petrol turbo variant delivers up to 40.4mpg on the combined cycle and up to 125g/km - not bad for a high performance automatic luxury mid-sized SUV capable of over 140mph. With the E-TENSE 225 Plug-in derivative, there's a WLTP driving range of up to 34 miles. WLTP emissions are rated at up to 31g/km and WLTP combined fuel consumption is rated at up to 201.8mpg. For the 300hp E-TENSE 4x4 plug-in variant, there's a 31 mile WLTP-rated electrified driving range. The WLTP mixed fuel consumption figure is rated at 128mpg. And the WLTP CO2 reading is 33g/km. What else? Well, there's the usual unremarkable three year/60,000-mile warranty and service intervals are every year or every 20,000 miles with normal usage or every year or 12,500 miles if the car is regularly driven in an arduous conditions.

Summary

Charismatic, elegant and satisfyingly rare, the DS 7 Crossback does indeed bring something different to the upper class part of the mid-sized SUV segment. It's an interesting confection this, relatively conservative in its overall exterior shaping but extreme and individualistic in its Gallic cabin demeanour. Will there be enough premium segment customers wanting that kind of combination? It'll be interesting to see. Ultimately, we like it most because it feels special - or at least it will for the right kind of buyer. That customer will love the painstaking attention that's been paid to almost every detail of this design. In some respects, the execution isn't perfect - but then, as we've remarked before when reviewing this boutique French maker's products and considering its competitors, there's something rather soul-less and clinical about perfection. The DS brand is about a 'Different Spirit' - a different way to go. Other marques have promised that: with this car though, this one delivers it.

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