Dacia announces new styling updates for its Duster SUV. The revised car is available to order now priced from £9495
Darren Moss
19 September 2014

Dacia has announced a series of styling and trim updates for its Duster SUV. The revised model can be ordered from today. 

Changes include a new front-end grille design with a more prominent Dacia logo and four air intakes on either side. All models in the range now come with Duster-branded roof bars, while a new tailgate design features at the rear.

Top-spec Laureate models now come with new 16-inch alloy wheels, while extra body colours are available throughout the range.

Inside every model in the range gets new trim and seats, while options include a spare wheel on two-wheel-drive versions.

Engines and trim levels remain unchanged, while prices are also unaffected. The current range starts at £9495 for the entry-level two-wheel-drive 1.5 105 model in Access specification, rising to £11,500 for the same model in four-wheel-drive guise. The top-end Laureate dCi 110 four-wheel-drive version costs £15,495.

Previously, right-hand-drive Duster models were made at Renault’s Chennai plant in India, but production is moving to the firm’s Piresti plant in Dacia’s home market of Romania.

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Our Verdict

Dacia Duster

The Dacia Duster is a no-nonsense machine that wears its bargain price tag like a badge of honour. And we can’t help liking it for that.

19 September 2014
Has it's own look and is incredible value for Money.

"The anti badge snob"

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