The Renault Duster will be remembered as a revolutionary product in India. Developed and designed by Renault’s Romanian subsidiary, Dacia, its arrival opened up a new segment of crossover SUVs since its launch in July 2012. Renault Duster ruled the space until Ford got the EcoSport – a smaller and cheaper car but with the same appeal. And then came the Hyundai Creta and the once market leader is now trailing. Renault has updated the Duster in 2016 to lend it a new lease of life.
Designed for adventure
The Renault DUSTER is ready to take on anything. The new dual winged front grille lends a commanding road presence, which is complemented by the distinctive gun metal ﬁnish alloy wheels. The bold look is further enhanced by the new hawk eye cluster headlamps with ﬁreﬂy fog lamps, the signature waterfall LED tail lamps and kayak roof rails. Escaping the city was never so stylish.
Go further with technology
If you have the desire to get away from the everyday rut, the Renault DUSTER has the technology for it. The Eco mode option delivers up to 10% more fuel efficiency. The Easy-R AMT, steering mounted controls, complemented with a multi-information display, electrically adjustable ORVMs, cruise control and gear shift indicator makes driving effortless. The advanced MediaNav entertains and navigates while enabling hands-free calling.
Go beyond the comfort zone, comfortably
Getting away from the comforts of the city is not diﬃcult at all. The Renault DUSTER comes with an 8-way adjustable driver’s seat (with lumbar support), tilt adjustable power steering, front and rear armrests, 4 speakers and auto AC, to ensure driving comfort is not compromised. The Renault DUSTER also features an evolved T4 Electrical & Electronics architecture and a new CMO 10 engine compartment enabling safety and a superior driving experience.