The Citroën DS Safari, introduced in 1958, was one of the most competent estate cars ever produced. As well as swallowing luggage it was also a seven-seater in ordinary form, but the Familiale version had three rows of seats and could accommodate eight. The hydropneumatic suspension came into its own on the load-lugging DS as, however much you packed in the back, the car would always stay level. Safaris followed IDs, but offered all engine options of the DS saloons and adopted the same shark-ish front end as its siblings in 1967.
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