The Dacia Duster rush to the end of its commercial life, seeking to continue its path of success in France. Its range is renewed to include the new finish ‘Black Touch‘, which becomes the more high-end. With small new aesthetic on the outside and a larger equipment, the Dacia Duster Black Touch differs by a look more elegant and attractive.
by Replacing the previous finish ‘Prestige’, the Duster Black Touch incorporate specific details of design such as a front grill and mirrors in black gloss, along with other elements with the same black finish, as its alloy wheels of 16 inches, or the pillars of their doors. In addition, the frames of their fog lights and the bars on the roof look a aspect satin chrome.
In the interior of the Dacia Duster Black Touch again we find ourselves with a central console in glossy black, making honor to his name. The equipment is complete with a multifunction steering wheel in leather and computer multimedia MediaNAV Evolution, that integrates a rear-view camera and browser.
This finish ‘Black Touch‘ is added to the already existing ‘Silver Line‘ and ‘Laureate Plus‘, in both cases only available with engines 1.6 SCe 115 HP or dCi 90 HP. Already on sale in France, the Duster Black Touch will have a price of 17.800 € with a diesel engine dCi 110 CV or from 17.100 euro with petrol engine TCe 125 CV, in both cases, with front-wheel drive: the 4×4 drive system has an extra fee of eur 2,000 per additional.
¿And in Spain? For the time being we do not have news of the marketing of this new finish: the current range of Dacia Duster in our country is made up of versions Base, Ambiance and Laureate, offered with the same engines and traction 4×2 or 4×4.
The second generation of the Dacia Duster will arrive in 2017, in the form of a completely new model that will grow slightly in size, settled on the modular platform CMF. It will not be the only novelty is imminent by the Romanian manufacturer belonging to Renault: in a few days, on the occasion of the Paris, it is expected the official presentation of the ‘restyling’ of the Dacia Logan and Sandero 2017.