City cars are always fun to drive, but in convertible guise, the Citroen DS3 Cabriolet gets an extra dimension of drivability. It’s stylish, fun to drive, and useful. But is it a better choice than the popular Fiat 500C?
The compact and cute DS3 gives you a chance to enjoy as much fun in the sun as those driving a sports car convertible. However, you don’t have to pay as much money, and you’ll arguably look chicer on the commute to work.
The car has a lot to do if it’s to fend off its rivals in the super mini convertible sector, and like the 500C, it isn’t a fully-fledged drop-top. Instead, its door frames and side pillars stay in place. As a result, it doesn’t really look any different to the sharp, modern-looking DS3 Hatchback.
OSV takes a closer look at what it’s all about with our 2017 Citroen DS3 Cabriolet review.
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