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The Most Common Citroën DS4 Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Citroën DS4. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the DS4

In a similar story to the Citroen DS3, the Citroen DS4 was the name for a model of subcompact executive car that was rebranded as the DS 4 in 2015 when DS gained its independence as a separate brand from the Citroen name. So, this car was called the Citroen DS4 from its release in 2010 until 2015, and then was known as the DS 4 after that. Production of the vehicle ran from 2010 to 2018, and then resumed in 2021 for the relaunched second generation.

The Citroen DS4 name only applies to the majority of the first-generation models, with the second-generation ones all being badged as the DS 4. The first generation was also known by its model name, the NX, and first arrived in 2010, based on the PSA PF2 platform. The concept was for a compact car with a raised suspension that would afford it SUV-like stance, but while maintaining a sleeker, more coupe-like profile overall.

The powertrains for the first-generation DS4 included two 1.6L inline-4 engines, one of which came with a turbo, and two diesel offerings, one 1.6L, and the other 2.0L, but both 4-cylinder models.

Its styling was very well received, but as with many of the compact Citroen models of the time --- and even now --- the rear seats were criticized for being too small and cramped. The trunk, on the other hand, boasted 13.5 cubic feet with the rear seats up, and up to 36 cubic feet if you put the rear seats down. The car was also praised for the range of adjustability for the front seats, as well as interior storage space.

The interior of the Citroen DS4 looks a lot like the Citroen C4 overall, but since it’s meant to fit more into the high-end bracket, some additional high-quality material trim and detailing were included to give that upmarket feel.