While their latest Sandero models have been making waves in recent months, Dacia’s Duster also got a little bit of freshening for the recent Munich Mobility Show, writes Trish Whelan.
The car is available in two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive versions. Three trims are offered: Essential, Comfort and Prestige.
New LED lights and grille design, a new 8-inch touchscreen, dual-clutch automatic gearbox and some new upholstery have tweaked up the second generation of the car, which has been doing very well for Dacia here.
The engine line-up includes a Bi-Fuel (petrol-LPG) TCe 100 2WD combined with a six-speed manual transmission, a dCi 115 diesel (2WD or 4WD) with manual transmission, and a TCe 150 petrol (2WD) matched with a six-speed automatic gearbox. The capacity of the LPG tank on the Bi-Fuel version has been increased by 50pc or 49.8 litres. Annual road tax is from €200-€270.