Inside, the Duster gets a slightly different look and as you can see from the pictures, it features rectangular air conditioning vents and that's a move from the rounds ones that are now onthe vehicle. the steering wheel too is different and a bit similar to what we've seen on the Captur.
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.
As per convention, Dacia sells the Duster in France, Spain and United Kingdom, whereas the Renault markets the same vehicle, albeit with some changes, in worldwide markets. The latest Renault Duster will come with some cosmetic changes in comparison to the Dacia Duster. The exterior of the Renault Duster remains the same as the Dacia Duster. It features rectangular air con vents as opposed to the round units.
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Inside the auto, the four-spoke steering wheel seen on the Dacia Duster has been replaced with a three-spoke one with Renault Duster.
The 2018 Renault Duster will reportedly come with a choice of two petrol engines and a diesel engine. This can be specified in both 4×4 and 4×2 configurations.
Depending on the engine selected, buyers can choose between front-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive, and various self-shifting gearbox options are available in addition to traditional manual transmission. The wider grille and the sculpted hood in front adds to the SUV vide of the latest Duster. A new signature LED daytime running lights divided into three sections highlight the headlamp cluster. The black trim around the front wheel arches adds to the sporty quotient of the auto. 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.