All-New Renault Duster Debuts With 145 HP 2-Liter

All-New Renault Duster Debuts With 145 HP 2-Liter

But we kind of like the Dacia Duster more because its grille is a uniform slab with Range Rover-like accents, which is the way to go for an SUV. In addition, there is information about the differences of the new Renault Duster from cars under the Romanian brand.

On the inside, the Renault's version of the Duster gets a slightly different look.

The 2018 Renault Duster grows on the existing model and can be seen as a highly reworked version in terms of styling. Now, the one that was shown had the Dacia badge, but Renault has finally come out with the one wearing the company's badge.

All-New Renault Duster Debuts With 145 HP 2-Liter
All-New Renault Duster Debuts With 145 HP 2-Liter

Inside the vehicle, the four-spoke steering wheel seen on the Dacia Duster has been replaced with a three-spoke one with Renault Duster. The interior of the crossover has also been revised in the cabin installed a new steering wheel, round air vents of the ventilation system is replaced by a rectangular elongated. This can be specified in both 4×4 and 4×2 configurations. Two-wheel drive versions of Renault Duster powered by the dCi 110 motor can be equipped with EDC automatic dual-clutch transmission. The grille is now wider and the headlights have been pushed to the either corner to make the SUV look wider.

The Renault Duster will also come with some cosmetic changes in 2018 along with it for a more rugged look. There are new aluminium finished roof bars as well along with the new 17-inch alloy wheels that sport a rather interesting design.

While reports suggest that the 2018 Renault Duster will land in India sometime in the latter half of 2018, Renault is not revealing anything regarding the launch of the compact SUV. And that's got to do with Renault's positioning of the recently launched Captur crossover, which sits just above current Duster in Renault's India line-up.