Diesel Dacia Duster now available with four-wheel drive
27 November 2018
Author: Sean Keywood
Dacia has begun selling the diesel version of its Duster SUV with four-wheel drive.
Before, those who wanted a second-generation Duster with four-wheel drive could only have it with a 115hp petrol engine.
Now though, the range's 115hp diesel engine, previously only available with front-wheel drive, is also available with all four wheels driven.
In this spec, official combined fuel economy and CO2 emissions are 60.1mpg and 123g/km respectively.
Three trim levels are available as four-wheel drive diesels - Essential, Comfort and Prestige - with only the entry-level Access trim missed out.
Four-wheel drive diesel Essential cars, priced at £15,695, features equipment including air conditioning, DAB radio and Bluetooth.
Stepping up to Comfort trim - priced at £17,395 with the new powertrain - adds equipment, including 16in alloy wheels, sat-nav, a rear parking camera and sensors, and a leather steering wheel.
Four-wheel drive diesel Prestige cars - adding equipment including 17in alloy wheels, a multi-view camera, blindspot warning, climate control and keyless entry - cost £18,695.