Owing to a consortium agreement between the Japanese automaker, Nissan and the French automaker, Renault, the Terrrano and Duster feel more like siblings than competitors. The Terrano wears a borrowed look and apes the Duster on most fronts, except for Nissan design DNA in places. Nissan wants to vroom into the competitive SUV market with the Terrano but wants to stay close to the Duster so as to mirror its success and popularity. With robust looks that depicts no cost-cutting, it comes in 7 trims, one petrol and six diesel mills and is priced above the Duster. If you want a popular, reasonably priced, classy, compact SUV, then consider the Terrano from Nissan.