RenaultOwned Dacia lifted the veil of the updated second generation dust collector SUV. As part of the mid-life facelift, the 2022 Duster received a slight redesign to make it consistent with new models such as the latest generation of Sandero.
- For some time, the second-generation dust collector has been sold overseas
- The model seen here is a mid-term update of the second-generation SUV
- India still gets the first-generation Duster SUV
Update Dacia (Renault Dust Collector): What’s new?
Dacia’s new Y-shaped headlight design and chrome-plated grille mark that the new SUV is different from existing models, and is equipped with LED front indicators for the first time, which is more efficient. The new air-optimized 15-inch and 16-inch wheel options and spoiler design, combined with new wheel bearings, tires and more efficient lights, are said to help reduce four-wheel drive CO2 emissions by 5.8 g/km.
Slightly remodeled interior-designed according to the opinions of Dacia customers-using new materials and redesigned center console, with a 1.1-liter storage box, and an 8.0-inch touch screen, integrated smartphone As standard configuration.
Under the hood, the updated dust collector continues to be sold with a range of gasoline and diesel engines, depending on the country.
Renault dust collector in India
Renault is still selling its first-generation dust collector in the Indian market.The second-generation Duster will not come to India because the brand currently focuses on models based on the CMF modular platform, such as Kiger, Quaid with tribe.
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