Dacia unveils prices and equipment for the restyled Duster. Prices start at € 14,490. Orders will open on July 5th.
Launched in 2017, the second generation of the Duster just got a little makeover on the occasion of his mid-career restyling. The Romanian SUV notably won a new light signature, a new central console and a larger central touchscreen (8 inches). It is also again available with EDC dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Pending the opening of orders, set for July 5, Dacia has already communicated all prices and revealed details of its range and equipment…
The entry-level “Access” trim level, which represented less than 1% of sales, has been removed. The range therefore now consists of three trim levels, against four previously: « Essential ”,“ Comfort ”and“ Prestige ”.
« Essential Is the new entry level. It has steel rims, black roof bars and MP3 radio as standard.
Above, ” Comfort »Adds 16-inch alloy wheels, fog lights, manual air conditioning, cruise control, reversing radar and the Media Display infotainment system with 8-inch touchscreen.
The top of the range ” Prestige »Benefits from 17-inch diamond-coated alloy rims, automatic air conditioning, blind spot warning, reversing camera, GPS navigation (Media Nav) and exterior look pack (front skis and rear, mirror caps and roof bars in satin chrome, and dark-tinted rear windows).
Mechanical side, four engines are available at launch: the TCe 130 and 150 hp petrol units, the 115 hp Blue dCi diesel and the 100 hp ECO-G gasoline-LPG bi-fuel. The Blue dCi 95 has disappeared from the catalog, while the TCe 90 will join the range later.
Prices start at € 14,490 in the LPG version, € 16,990 in diesel and € 18,850 in gasoline. The arrival in concession is scheduled for September 2021.
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