The design is a clear evolution of the previous car, Duster insists every panel has been changed. As a result, the tweaks are easy enough to spot on the road; with a wider grille, sharper belt line and a redesigned rear. The designers have pushed the lights to the corners of the car to emphasise a thicker, sportier stance.
Dusters come as standard with LED daytime running lights, 16-inch steel wheels, electric front windows, an engine immobiliser, automatic door locking, Emergency Brake Assist, new full length curtain airbags and two ISOFIX points in the rear.
Essential spec models feature body coloured front and rear bumpers, manual air conditioning, heat adjustable driver’s seat, DAB radio and Bluetooth.
Comfort spec adds 16-inch alloy wheels, a leather steering wheel, seven-inch touchscreen and heated electric mirrors.
Range topping Prestige models benefit from larger 17-inch ‘Diamond-cut’ alloys, a multi-view camera, blind spot warning, climate control and keyless entry.
The new Duster is available with two engines: a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel. Both come as standard with a manual gearbox, while only the petrol is available with the option of four-wheel drive
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