The Dacia Dustercould soon be available as the largest seven-seater model, probably badged The Grand Duster. If reports are to be believed, Dacia is preparing to launch this new model in 2018 to compete with the Kia Sorento, Nissan X-Trail and Renault Kadjar. Read on for all we know so far.
Dacia Duster 2018 Design
The new Duster is expected to become official sometime during the second half of the year, probably in September for the Frankfurt Motor Show, but there is already talk of a new version of the model. Apparently, the budget mark will increase Duster’s expectations by revealing a seven-seat version in 2018, potentially titled Grand Duster. The model would follow in the footsteps of the new Nissan X-Trail, potentially sharing some of its components, and offering a budget choice for buyers looking for models such as Kia Sorento or Skoda Kodiaq.
Naturally, if the Grand Duster becomes a reality, it will build on the design basis established by the Duster of five new generation seats. The model is thought to be revealed with a more elegant design that could keep the interesting look of the company grid as the recent facelifts of other members of the range have adopted it. In addition to the smoother lines, Dacia is supposed to have the same extensive body covering, which means that its off-road skills will remain on.With a more precious design and style, the next Duster will probably be as big. According to a recent report, the next generation Duster will be a three-row crossover that offers seating for seven passengers.
Dacia Duster 2018 Engine
A selection of available engines in the current Dacia Duster 2018will be postponed. The new 1.2-liter 1.2-liter turbo gasoline will be offered, but the current 1.5-liter diesel should be abandoned in favor of a larger, more powerful 130-liter 1.6-liter diesel, one Development of the parent company of Renault engine used in the Kadjar.
Dacia Duster 2018 Price and Release Date
Dacia has not released any official details, but the new seven-seat Duster is expected to hit the showrooms in 2018. We expect the Renault Kadjar and Kia Carens to reduce costs, Entry costs are expected to cost less than £ 18,000.