Updated Dacia Duster revealed

    Duster for overseas markets gets minor styling tweaks and more features.

    Published On Jun 23, 2021 09:00:00 AM

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    Renault-owned Dacia has taken the wraps off the updated second-gen Duster SUV. As part of a mid-life facelift, the 2022 Duster receives light restyling to bring it in line with newer models like the latest-gen Sandero.

    • Second-gen Duster has been on sale overseas since some time
    • The model seen here is the mid-cycle update for the second-gen SUV
    • India still gets the first-gen Duster SUV

    Updated Dacia (Renault Duster): what's new?

    Dacia’s new Y-shaped headlight designs and a chrome grille mark the new SUV out from the current car and, for the first time, it also gets fitted with LED front indicators, which are more efficient. New aero-optimised 15-inch and 16-inch wheels options and spoiler designs, in conjunction with new wheel bearings, tyres and the more efficient lights, are said to help cut CO2 emissions by 5.8g/km on the four-wheel-drive Duster.

    The lightly revamped interior – designed with input from Dacia customers – receives new materials and a redesigned centre console with a 1.1-litre storage cubby, as well as an 8.0-inch touchscreen with smartphone integration that has been introduced as standard.

    Under the hood, the updated Duster continues to be sold with a range of petrol and diesel engines, depending on the country.

    Renault Duster in India

    Renault still sells the first-generation Duster in the Indian market. The second-gen Duster will not come to India as the brand currently focuses on CMF modular platform-based models like the Kiger, Kwid and the Triber.

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    Renault Duster
    Renault Duster

    ₹ 11,00,495 * on road price (New Delhi)

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