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It’s massive — 4.5 metres long, 1.7 metres tall and has a 2.8-metre wheelbase.
The nose is elegant, with the tastefully detailed chrome grille, big logo and soft looking headlamps.
The roofline is virtually horizontal, the window line is subtly rising, and the bonnet is long enough to make it a two-box shape.
The Lodgy-inscribed chrome bar doesn't do much to detract from the flat and vertical tailgate.
The dwarfed 15-inch wheels emphasise the mass of the car.
The roofline tapers towards the back and helps reduce the bulky stance of the Lodgy.
Rear parking sensors.
Electrically-foldable wing mirrors.
Lots of familiar bits from the Duster around the cabin.
Mirror adjuster on dashboard for easy access.
Instrument cluster features a multi-information display.
Touchscreen infotainment standard on higher variants.
Picnic tables behind first row of seats.
Duster’s 108.5bhp diesel mated to a six-speed manual, feels peppy in the Lodgy.
Middle seats not as comfy as front but not too bad; bench option available too.
A decent amount of thir-row space, but floor is a bit high; note seatbelts for three people.
Middle row seats fold and flip at the pull of a lever.
Flipping the third row makes it positively cavernous.
Dedicated AC vents for second and third row.
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