The all-new 2018 Dacia Duster was unveiled in a grand manner at the ongoing Frankfurt Motor Show.
The event is underway in full swing where all the anticipated cars are being displayed in their respective booths.
The Dacia Duster has undergone a huge makeover which is evident from many of its external changes and the bunch of features that one can find inside the car. The car will be available in dealership stores by 2018. Under the hood, it is powered by a 1.2-liter petrol engine and 1.5-liter diesel engine. Both the engines are revised and tweaked to offer the best output. The engineers confirmed that car is still constructed on top of the old platform but everything else is new including the body panel.
Some of the prominent changes that buyers would instantly spot include the LED running lights, roof bars with aluminium accents while the top of the line model will feature 17-inch alloy wheels. The car is also fitted with sturdy skid plates in the front and the rear which according to the team provides more safety, making it the family car that they want the Duster to be.
The dashboard is clean but does has its fair share of analog buttons and displays to help control the infotainment system. The seats are remodified with soft materials, a digital switch gear is provided to control the infotainment system and careful attention has been paid to all the materials used to construct the interior.
Technological improvements are plenty with multi-view camera system, colored infotainment display, blind spot monitoring and automatic headlights. The addition of automatic air bags, curtain airbags on the side for additional safety and keyless entry makes it the completely family package. People buying the 2018 Dacia Duster couldn’t ask for more than what is being offered especially if they have already picked the highest trimline variant available in the market.
The car is yet to receive the safety ratings and crash rating from the board. With so many autonomous technology, integrated air bags and many warning signals that warn the driver even before a collision makes it very appealing to families. The entire idea is to make family groups feel safe when they are driving in the Duster while keeping them equally entertained on the go. The 2018 Dacia Duster, be it in terms of design, pricing or the number of features integrated in it seems to have got it all right at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
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