The Dacia Duster might quickly be readily available as a bigger seven-seater model, perhaps badged the Grand Duster. If reports are to be thought, Dacia is preparing to launch this new model in 2018 to take on the likes of the Kia Sorento, Nissan X-Trail and Renault Kadjar. Read on for everything we know so far.
No authorities pictures of the seven-seat Grand Duster have been released, but we don’t anticipate it to vary significantly from the recently facelifted five-seat model. The front bumper should feature the latest car’s revised headlights and grille but the most considerable difference will be a visibly stretched rear end and raised roofline to accommodate the 3rd row of seats.
Next to two extra seats, we don’t anticipate the brand-new Duster’s interior to be greatly customized from that of the existing car. It will most likely feature a simple utilitarian style with raw materials and features. The equipment just recently made available on the faceifted Duster, consisting of a DAB digital radio, need to likewise feature on this brand-new seven-seat model. Fold the third row of seats away, and this new car will supposedly boast a load bay of approximately 650 litres. Its carrying capacity will be considerably decreased with all seven seats in location, nevertheless.
The brand-new Duster will probably come with the same selection of engines as the current five-seat model. 3 Renault-sourced systems, a 1.6-litre petrol, a 1.2-litre turbo and a 1.5-litre diesel, need to provide fuel economy in between 40-50mpg. In regards to refinement, we hope the Duster’s remarkably comfy flight is unaltered in its bigger sibling.
Dacia hasn’t launched any official details, however the 2018 Dacia Grand Duster is anticipated to hit showrooms in 2018. We anticipate it to damage the similarity the Renault Kadjar and Kia Carens so entry-level models need to cost less than ₤ 18,000.