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DS7 Crossback is a luxury crossover, which is supposed to be the French showcase of savoir-faire from Paris. DS7 Crossback alludes to the 1950s revolutionary Citroen DS. Citroen assumed a separate line of vehicles rooted in the brand’s best traditions will help the bottom line. This is how Citroen DS3, DS4 and DS55 were conceived. Their styling was very much different from the rest of the models, but technologically they brought little new to the table. So Citroen decided DS should be a completely separate sub-brand, so that nobody except automotive aficionados would tie it to Citroen. Help me make better reviews by donating: http://patreon.com/marekdrives https://www.paypal.me/MarekDrives Starting price: 31 500 euro As tested: ~60 000 euro Also watch: DS3 Cabrio https://youtu.be/V_8Rw3kSefM DS4 Crossback https://youtu.be/bvez36pq1oc DS5 https://youtu.be/kqTYJVYs7PQ Volkswagen Tiguan https://youtu.be/kjeKgw1I8rs Volvo XC60 https://youtu.be/_zJ_strZyTY Follow me at: facebook.com/marekdrives @mwieruszewski plus.google.com/+GarazOtwarty/ instagram.com/marek_drives #MarekDrives #DS7 #DS
2019 #DS7Crossback - The Best Premium SUV !! #DS7 #Crossback Model: DS 7 Crossback Performance Line BlueHDi 180 DS 7 Crossback Price: £36,335 DS 7 Crossback Engine: 2.0-litre 4cyl turbodiesel DS 7 Crossback Power/torque: 178bhp/400Nm DS 7 Crossback Transmission: Eight-speed automatic, front-wheel drive DS 7 Crossback 0-62mph: 9.9 seconds DS 7 Crossback Top speed: 134mph DS 7 Crossback Economy/CO2: 57.6mpg/128g/km 2019 DS 7 Crossback 2019 2018 DS 7 Crossback 2018 Please subscribe us for regular update: Blog : http://www.autotrendindia.com/ YouTube : https://www.youtube.com/c/AutoTrendTV Twitter : https://twitter.com/AutoTrendMag Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/AutoTrendTV/ LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/autotrend-tv-73a275151/ Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/autotrendtv/ Google + : https://plus.google.com/b/117736899640895522341/+AutoTrendTV -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music: - NoCopyrightSounds:- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_aEa8K-EOJ3D6gOs7HcyNg Youtube No Copyright Free Music :- Rewind Remix Non-Copyright: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ZyZfPVxDSQ NCM Epic Copyright Free Music : -https://www.youtube.com/c/NCMEpicMusic Audio Library – No CopyrightMusic :-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCht8qITGkBvXKsR1Byln-wA XimerTracks - NCS Music & Remixes : -https://www.youtube.com/XimerTracks Vlog No Copyright Music : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEickjZj99-JJIU8_IJ7J-Q -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The video comes under 'Fair Use' according to Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976. All the visual-content belongs to their respective owners. If you have any copyright issue please contact us in firstname.lastname@example.org Thank You
(0:00) Intro and exterior (1:11) Boot and back seats (2:24) Interior and features (5:46) The driving experience Discover DS 7 CROSSBACK: https://bit.ly/2N4UEjQ Book a Test Drive: http://bit.ly/2LOZqSM Discover the charismatic design, luxury interior and advanced technology of DS 7 CROSSBACK in this virtual test drive. The next-generation premium SUV from DS Automobiles, DS 7 CROSSBACK has the look of a concept car, with the attention to detail of Parisian luxury savoir-faire as well as a host of safety features. Find us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/DSUKOfficial/ Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ds_uk Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/DS_UK_Official
Review of DS 7 Crossback with 2.0 Diesel Engine 180 hp and for around 55K EUR. DS is luxury brand of Citroen. Like Toyota has Lexus, Nissan - Infiniti and some more. DS 7 Crossback is the top of the brand line mid size SUV with price starting from 31 900 EUR and with all options might be more than 60 K. Never though that I would not be agree with Jeremy Clarkson who tested this car and main summary was: 1st is not comfortable, 2nd very silent on the highway. And my opinion is opposite DS extremely comfy compare to competitors. And not that silent on the highway like other not even luxury SUVs, Volkswagen Tiguan for example. Facts at the end of the text and my impression is below: + nice, extraordinary look. Lamborghini style interior + comfort. No Diesel vibrations, smooth gearbox, suspension care you as you are a king, nice chairs, high quality materials + light steering which are getting more heavy with speed. More predictable than AUDI Q5 has. + modern multimedia + plenty of safety features, like night vision, driver control, signs recognitions etc. (quite pricey) + economy - average is around 7 litres per 100 km with top of the range 180 hp Diesel + in Sport mode - there is sound of V6 from speakers. You know that it is fake, 4 cylinders Diesels can't sound like this, but it is pleasant. And disadvantages: - price. even the fact that this car has own name, I still can't believe that it is not Citroen. And average 50k EUR for Citroen too much - reliability - there is no statistic yet, but I swear this vehicle will bring some problems, especially with electronics. Verdict: Stylish, unique, luxury, comfortable, modern, getting attention car, bigger and cheaper than competitors (BMW X1, AUDI Q3, Mercedes GLA or GLC etc.) so go and buy. Don't forget to get extended warranty if you want to own this car more than 2 years (that long last standart warranty). And be ready that car will be losing the price much faster compare to Lexus NX 300h for example. #DS7Crossback #DS7Crossback2018 #DS7CrossbackLuxembourg 4,57 long, 1,62 high 1,90 wide DS 7 Crossback Prestige BlueHDi 180 Automatic Engine: 1997 cm³, 4-cylinder, diesel Power: 180 hp at 3750 rpm. Torque: 400 Nm at 2000 rpm. Transmission: 8-speed, automatic, front-wheel drive Acceleration: 0-100 km / h in 9.9 seconds. Maximum speed: 215 km / h Fuel consumption: 7.0 l / 100 km
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The DS 7 Crossback signals an apparent change in philosophy for the PSA Group’s fledgling luxury brand.
This is a car that’s ‘avant-garde’ in some of its details and features only. Otherwise, it’s a fundamentally – almost tediously – familiar sort of offering: yet another upmarket compact SUV among the rash of them introduced over the last couple of years by seemingly every European car maker with ambitions of growth.
As such, this upmarket SUV, and the shift in thinking it represents, could prove to be the making or the undoing of DS Automobiles.
Where does the DS 7 fit?
If things go well, of course, the 7 Crossback will be the Jaguar E-Pace-rival that will spearhead its maker’s transformation from relative obscurity to established global market success.
Having tested the water with a couple of genuinely interesting, if troubled, introductions that have largely fallen on deaf wallets so far this decade (think the 5 and 4 Crossback), DS appears to have concluded that its customers don’t actually want innovative cars at all; rather, largely conventional ones with some innovative features, made with just a dash of identifying flourish.
As much as fans of a varied car market may regret it, that's what the new 7 Crossback amounts to. It’s a car which, you couldn’t fail to conclude, owes far too great a debt to the styling of Audi’s smaller Q-badged models to be considered original, but one which does have plenty of remarkable technological and material lures about it. The Crossback does rolling refinement and material richness as well as any big French car of the last decade.
Built in the same factory as the Peugeot 3008 and on the same EMP2 model platform, the 7 Crossback is a front-wheel-drive SUV available with a choice of 1.5 and 2.0-litre diesel engines or a 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol. A range-topping petrol-electric plug-in hybrid version with 296bhp and four-wheel drive will join the range in 2019.
But it’s what’s in the 7 Crossback's cabin, and what’s going on inside its wheel arches, that DS makes its boldest claims about. Designed with more style than that of any existing compact premium-branded SUV and appointed with greater lavishness than most, the car's interior can come upholstered in nappa leather or Alcantara depending on trim level, and with massaging seats and colour-adjustable ambient lighting.
As for trim levels, there are four to choose from – Elegance, Performance Line, Prestige and Ultra Prestige. Entry-level models get 18in alloy wheels, LED rear lights, cruise control, lane departure warning, rear parking sensors and a powered tailgate as standard on the exterior. Inside, there is dual-zone climate control, keyless entry, height adjustable front seats, and DS’s 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system complete with Bluetooth and USB connectivity, DAB radio and smartphone integration.
The sporty-looking Performance Line models get 19in alloy wheels, LED headlights, electrically folding mirrors, Alcantara upholstery, rear lateral and curtain airbags, and a 12.0in infotainment screen with a 12.3in digital instrument cluster, voice recognition and sat nav.
Prestige trimmed cars get more touches of chrome, front parking sensors, a reversing camera, wireless phone charging, electrically adjustable, ventilated and massaging front seats, Nappa leather upholstery, and DS’s advanced safety pack. Range-topping Ultra Prestige trim adds 20in alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof, a Focal audio system and adaptive cruise control to an already comprehensive package.
DS’s big push is clearly to give this car a distinguishing, tech-rich kind of luxury appeal. It’s an effort crowned by a segment-first active suspension system (standard on high-end trim levels and optional elsewhere) that combines a forward-facing camera with adaptive dampers to perfectly adjust the car’s suspension for the road surface it’s about to cover.
This DS Active Scan Suspension system is only truly active when you’re in the car’s Comfort driving mode, and it was much more effective on the test cars we drove when combined with 19in, rather than 20in, alloy wheels. But at its best, it gives the 7 Crossback a particularly supple and absorptive ride that’s also quiet.