The Dacia Duster gets two new trim levels – Air and Nav+ – as Dacia tweak their offerings ahead of an new Duster due to arrive later in 2018.
There’s a new Dacia Duster due to arrive later this year, so instead of having a run-out special, Dacia has decided to tweak its offering with a couple of new trim levels.
The Dacia Duster Access remains, but the Ambiance, Laureate and Prestige trim levels are dumped and replaced by the Duster Air and Duster Nav+.
The Duster Air costs from £10,995 and comes with Air Con (you’d never have guessed), DAB, 15″ alloys, painted bumpers, electric front windows, Bluetooth, USB and a height adjustable driver’s seat.
The new range-topping Duster Nav+ comes with Sat Nav (another huge surprise), a 7″ touchscreen, 16″ alloys, electric windows front and back, power heated door mirrors, reversing camera and upgraded upholstery. It costs from £13,905.
The Duster Air is only available with Dacia’s 113bhp 1.6 litre petrol engine, whilst the Nav+ can be had with either the 123bhp turbo petrol or 108bhp 1.5 litre diesel.
With a new Dacia Duster due later this year, the Duster Air and Duster Nav+ aren’t going to be around for long, but they are now on sale in the UK with first customer deliveries expected next month (April 2018).