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Broad-shouldered design makes the Duster look much larger than its 4.3 metre length would have you believe.
The Duster's flared-out wheel arches, huge ground clearance and scuff plates are pure SUV elements.
Cabin design is neat and the dashboard is very practical though shiny plastics means it doesn't look premium.
Monocoque-bodied Duster's handling is safe and predictable.
Excellent ride comfort is a Duster highlight.
Apart from a 1.6-litre petrol, the Duster will be sold with a 1.5-litre diesel available in two states of tune - 84bhp and 108bhp.
Dials are clear and easy to read at all times.
Top variants get a rear AC. It looks like an aftermarket add-on and has only a single vent but it is very effective.
Rear seats are flat but comfort and space are excellent.
The AC controls don't look upmarket and are mechanical to operate.
A low loading lip and smartly designed luggage bay make the boot more usable than its 475-litre capacity suggest. The rear seat backrest folds to increase loading capacity.
Unlike the Logan, the Duster's power window switches are located on the doors.
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