Dacia: Frankfurt Motor show 2013

  • New fine-tuned Dacia Duster
  • Left-hand only version on display
  • New designed grille among the highlights

On show: Revamped Dacia Duster

New Dacia Duster

On the Dacia stand this year is a fine-tuned version of the popular Duster designed specifically for European left-hand drive markets.

Rivaling 4x4s like the popular Nissan Qashqai and Skoda Yeti, the Duster has been a hit with UK customers offering low list prices and plenty of kit as standard.

Included in the upgrades is a redesigned grille, double-optic headlights, new roof bars and dark 16-inch alloy wheels.

New equipment across the range includes cruise control, speed limiter, rear parking sensors (on some versions) automatic door locking and cruise control.

A new engine TCe 125 petrol engine also gets its debut in the Duster range bringing CO2 emissions down to 140g/km. 

Although this version will not make its way to UK shores, these new updates aim to help drive further growth and add to the 2.4 million Dacia cars already been registered in Europe.

You can read the full Dacia Duster review by clicking here.

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