The restyling of the new Dacia Duster features numerous technical and styling innovations. It is also available in 4x4 version with the new EDC automatic transmission. The ECO-G 100 has an LPG tank with a capacity increased by approximately 50%.
The restyling of the Dacia Duster, the SUV economic 4×4 sales leader in Europe in its category arrives. Among the new features we have small aesthetic touches on the outside and inside a new raised center console with sliding armrest, two multimedia systems with new 8 "screen and automatic transmission EDC dual clutch.
The new Duster is available with 2 and 4-wheel drive. This latest version comes with an even richer 4×4 monitoring system. Let's see now what changes compared to the current Duster.
Presented at the launch with the new Arizona Orange shade, the new Duster presents a more contemporary design on the outside. At the front, it debuts Dacia's new Y-shaped light signature, which we have already seen on the new Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan.
The revamped Duster has also been aerodynamically improved. The design of the new rear spoiler and the new 16" and 17" alloy wheels were designed in the wind tunnel. All CO2-related optimizations (new wheel and tire bearings, LED headlights), including the drag coefficient (SCx), allow the New Duster to reduce CO2 by up to 5.8g in the all-wheel drive version.
The new Duster can be powered by a full range of gasoline, diesel and LPG engines with Euro 6D homologation. The diesel range includes the dCi 115, 2 or 4-wheel drive, with 6-speed manual transmission.
On the gasoline side we have the 2-wheel drive TCe 90 with 6-speed manual transmission, the 2-wheel drive TCe 130 with 6-speed manual transmission (not marketed in Italy), the 4-wheel drive TCe 150 with 6-speed manual transmission (not marketed in Italy) and the 2-wheel drive TCe 150 with 6-speed EDC automatic transmission.
The Bifuel gasoline-LPG ECO-G 100 version is 2-wheel drive with 6-speed manual transmission. In LPG mode, the new Duster ECO-G emits on average 9.5% less CO2 than equivalent gasoline engines.
In addition, it offers more than 1,235 kilometers of range thanks to two tanks that together have about 100 liters of useful capacity: 50 liters of gasoline and 50 liters of LPG (total capacity of 62 liters). The useful LPG capacity has been increased by 16.2 liters compared to the previous generation Duster LPG, which means an increase in range of more than 250 kilometers.