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Dacia Duster

Dacia Duster (Romania, 2010-present)

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The Dacia Duster is a robust, spacious, easy-to-use and affordable off-roader. Although it is very compact, the Duster still is an unmistakable 4x4 with its wide wheelarches, the imposing lines of the chrome grille and the sump guard. The high ground clearance, defined wheelarches and protective mouldings help enhancing its 4x4 DNA. The Duster was developed on the B0/Logan platform.

The Dacia Duster is available with three different powertrains with 4x2 and 4x4 versions: one petrol engine and two diesel engines.

The diesel range, composed by the the dCi 85 (63kW) and the dCi 110 (80kW) is set to combine performance with a low fuel consumption. The dCi 85 (4x2 version) emits just 135g of CO2/km (equivalent to a combined cycle fuel consumption of 5.1 litres/100km), which handles it Dacia’s eco² signature. The dCi 110, in 4x2 version, emits just 139g of CO2/km (equivalent to a combined cycle fuel consumption of 5.3 litres/100km) also qualifying it for the Dacia eco² signature. As for the 4x4 version the dCi 110 engine produces 145g/km of CO2 emissions with a fuel consumption of 5.6 litres/100km (combined cycle).

The range is completed by the 1.6 16V 105 petrol engine. It delivers a maximum power output of 77kW (105hp) at 5,750 rpm and torque of 148 Nm at 3,750 rpm. In terms of fuel consumption the 4x2 version spends an average of 7.5 litres/100km and the 4x4 version 8 litres/100km.



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Dacia's history begins in 1966 when it was founded under the name Uzina de Autoturisme Pitești (UAP), but it was only in 1968 that the main Dacia factory was built. For their first car the company decided to acquire the tooling and basic design rights for the Renault 12, however they ended up producing the Renault 8 under license, which became the Dacia 1100. It was produced from 1968 to 1972 without major style change...  more

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