Renault's highest selling vehicle, the Duster had created a massive impact on the Indian car market, when its made its debut in 2012. This SUV was the
first in its segment, at least in a price bracket, which was a lot more affordable.
The interior quality on the Duster is decent. It isn't phenomenal but the reliability is good for its price. Even the inside has been designed
ergonomically. The black and beige interiors look good and feel premium, as most of the Indians consider beige to be superior over black or grey.
There is loads of space in the front row and the Duster doesn't feel cramped. The seating is a bit low, but the view is good as the overall visibility of
the car is good. The support offered by the seats is good for the back and the thigh. Move into the second row and there will be no disappointment with the
space for your knee and head. The space is immense and so is the thigh support. Even the boot is large for 4 people's luggage. The Duster comes with a
dealer fitment option of two additional seats forming the third row.
With the Duster being a compact SUV, most of the buyers will prefer the 85 bhp 1.5 litre diesel engine. This engine has good drivability and sufficient
torque to potter around in the city. There is no turbo lag either and it does make its case for a good buy. This is a four-cylinder that earlier powered
the Logan. It comes mated to a five speed manual transmission. The NVH levels are fairly refined and the engine isn't noisy. The other two engines on offer
are the 1.6 litre petrol and 1.5 litre diesel with 108 bhp. The ride and handling too is good for its size.
1) Duster RxE
2) Duster RxL
1) Duster 85 PS RxE
2) Duster 85 PS RxE Adventure
3) Duster 85 PS RxL
4) Duster 85 PS RxL Plus
5) Duster 110 PS RxL
6) Duster 85 PS RxL Option
7) Duster 110 PS RxZ
8) Duster 110 PS RxZ Plus
9) Duster 110 PS RxL AWD
10) Duster 110 PS RxZ Option
11)Duster 110 PS RxZ AWD