The upgraded Dacia Duster features a new front end, with a "redesigned grille, adorned by two chrome-plated strips and housing a new, lower-set air intake and new double-optic headlights with daytime running lights". Other changes include the Duster-labeled roof bars with slatted supports, 16-inch “Dark Metal” alloy wheels and “Mud and Snow” tires.
28 de agosto de 2013
22 de agosto de 2013
Back in June, Nissan announced they were going to bring back the Terrano and that it was going to be based on the Renault/Dacia Duster. This is done thanks to the partnership between Renault and Nissan, allowing the Japanese company to save a lot of money in the development of such a car.
11 de junho de 2013
The Nissan Terrano stopped being produced many years ago, but now the Japanese brand, which is a partner of Renault, which in turn owns Dacia, decided to re-use the name Terrano in a vehicle whose base is the Duster. Together with this announcement, Nissan also revealed a sketch showing what the new SUV will look like.
23 de abril de 2013
The first teaser promised a lot. It looked so different, but now that we get to see the official pictures, it looks a little bit weird, specially the interior. How much will this cost you? 3.49 Lakhs. 1 lakh equals to 100.000, so this will cost you an extra 349.000 rupees (€4950, $6450 or £4250) over the price of the Duster.
18 de abril de 2013
Most of us agree that the Dacia (Renault in some markets) Duster is not one of the most beautiful cars to be driven on our roads, but the Indian design company wants to change that by introducing this special version of the Duster. Nothing else was revealed with the exception of a teaser.
25 de novembro de 2012
The Dacia/Renault Duster has benn in the market for some time now and a restyle is soon to happen, so Renault used the São Paulo Motor Show to reveal the DCross concept, givings us some new styling clues to a possible updated version of the Duster.