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The revised Dacia Duster will come to the UK in 2016 with a tweaked exterior design
Darren Moss
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10 September 2013

The facelifted Dacia Duster has been revealed at the Frankfurt motor show today, showing a revised exterior look and an all-new dashboard for left-hand drive markets.

The Duster has a redesigned front grille with new chrome plating hides a new air intake and larger light clusters. 

See what we make of the current generation Dacia Duster

At the rear the car is mostly the same as the outgoing model, with subtle styling tweaks giving the Duster a stockier, more SUV-like appearance. Redesigned light clusters and further chrome outlines can be seen on these pictures.

The interior of the cars pictured here have been upgraded to match the right-hand drive cars that are already on sale in the UK.

In addition, the car has been revealed with new roof bars and slatted roof supports, a chrome-plated exhaust plus the addition of 16-inch alloy wheels.

Dacia says the upgrades 'underscore the car's on-road stance and robust, "go-anywhere" character.'

The revised car will be coming to the UK in 2016.

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scotty5 9 September 2013

2016?

Given that there isn't one reference in the text to explain the extortionately long waiting time, I'll assume 2016 is a misprint.

If the current car is giving other manufacturers a few sleepless nights, this updated model will attract permanent insomnia. I like it, and that's before considering the price tag.

Chris_1990 8 September 2013

Just because a car is cheap doesn't mean it has to look horrible

Looks much better than the awkward looking Honda CR-V at almost twice the price.
2016 does seem quite long for just a simple facelift, though there must be a valid reason.

humphrey the pug 29 August 2013

Different factory

The RHD Duster is built in India, whereas the LHD one is built in Romania, I would imagine that it's part of the reason why we won't be getting the facelift until 2016.