2014 Renault Duster review

2014 Renault Duster facelift is to spy on hot weather testing in Southern Europe, before the public debut scheduled for September at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

The Duster went on sale in 2010, so it’s time for the Romanian budget brand a facelift launches its low-cost sport utility vehicle. These spy photos show lightly camouflaged prototype hiding in the front and rear fascias that goes through some changes in the design to keep fresh.

Inside, there would be no changes to reflect the look and feel and look of the second generation of Logan and Sandero, the engine line-up Renault to expand with multiple offers. Pricing remains the same as it is of the utmost importance for the Dacia brand.

Later this year, Nissan will get its own version of Dacia / Renault Duster will revitalize Terrano moniker. Nissan variant is more premium appearance, and the interior of some of the changes that increase the price of the SUV.

2014 Renault Duster specs 2014 Renault Duster review2014 Renault Duster has officially unveiled its new sport utility vehicle that looks much more traditional than previous keksinyt. 2014 Renault Duster will be sold in both 4×2 and 4×4, all with economic price tag and low emissions ratings.

Three different engines are available, including 85 – and 105-horsepower dCi diesel units and a 1.6-liter 16V 110-horsepower claims fuel consumption is a frugal engines each producing as little as 140 grams of CO2 per kilometer.

2014 Renault Duster interior 2014 Renault Duster reviewAt 4.31 meters long and 1.82 meters wide, 2014 Renault Duster compete in the new Mitsubishi RVR crossover. Although Mitsubishi sports a streamlined design, Duster appeal to customers looking for a more traditional SUV shape.

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