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Dacia will continue to redefine the automotive landscape at this year’s Geneva Motor Show with the launch of its sixth model, Dacia Duster, a compact off-roader.

Dacia Duster is a particularly affordable vehicle with low running costs. It will go on sale in Europe at tax-paid prices starting from €11,900 for the two-wheel drive version, and from €13,900 for the 4×4 version. It offers an unbeatable performance, equipment and interior space package for its price.

The Dacia Duster range features a choice of frugal engines which combine low fuel consumption with low maintenance costs. It is respectful of the environment thanks to its low CO2 emissions. The diesel

versions of Dacia Duster emit from 135g of CO2/km in two-wheel drive form (making them eligible for the Dacia eco² signature) and from 145g of CO2/km for the 4×4 version.

It is a tough, reliable and easy-to-use 4×4 aimed at motorists seeking an everyday car with genuine off-road ability.

Dacia Duster is manufactured at the Pitesti factory in Romania. The 4×2 and 4×4 versions will be rolled out progressively from the end of March 2010 in Europe, Turkey, Africa and the Middle East.

Duster is a vehicle with international ambitions, both in terms of its markets and its production. It will be launched progressively in different global markets, badged either as a Renault or a Dacia, in the same way as Logan and Sandero.

With Duster, Dacia demonstrates that it is possible to produce an all-terrain vehicle that is not only functional and affordable, but also respectful of the environment. With Duster, the Dacia brand – which pioneered a fresh approach to motoring with the launch of Logan in 2004 – has once again demonstrated its ability to think outside the box.

Today’s all-terrain vehicles are often synonymous with bulk, but Dacia Duster is an antidote to that idea. With a length of 4.31 metres and a width of 1.82 metres, Dacia Duster is very compact. Its Megane-size proportions ensure that it is as at home in built-up areas as it is off the beaten track. While it clearly belongs to the world of all-terrain vehicles, Dacia Duster displays attractive lines.

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Dacia Duster, the low emission off-roader at an affordable price

To read this article in full you must have registered and have a Premium Content Subscription with the n/a site.

Dacia will continue to redefine the automotive landscape at this year’s Geneva Motor Show with the launch of its sixth model, Dacia Duster, a compact off-roader.

Dacia Duster is a particularly affordable vehicle with low running costs. It will go on sale in Europe at tax-paid prices starting from €11,900 for the two-wheel drive version, and from €13,900 for the 4×4 version. It offers an unbeatable performance, equipment and interior space package for its price.

The Dacia Duster range features a choice of frugal engines which combine low fuel consumption with low maintenance costs. It is respectful of the environment thanks to its low CO2 emissions. The diesel

versions of Dacia Duster emit from 135g of CO2/km in two-wheel drive form (making them eligible for the Dacia eco² signature) and from 145g of CO2/km for the 4×4 version.

It is a tough, reliable and easy-to-use 4×4 aimed at motorists seeking an everyday car with genuine off-road ability.

Dacia Duster is manufactured at the Pitesti factory in Romania. The 4×2 and 4×4 versions will be rolled out progressively from the end of March 2010 in Europe, Turkey, Africa and the Middle East.

Duster is a vehicle with international ambitions, both in terms of its markets and its production. It will be launched progressively in different global markets, badged either as a Renault or a Dacia, in the same way as Logan and Sandero.

With Duster, Dacia demonstrates that it is possible to produce an all-terrain vehicle that is not only functional and affordable, but also respectful of the environment. With Duster, the Dacia brand – which pioneered a fresh approach to motoring with the launch of Logan in 2004 – has once again demonstrated its ability to think outside the box.

Today’s all-terrain vehicles are often synonymous with bulk, but Dacia Duster is an antidote to that idea. With a length of 4.31 metres and a width of 1.82 metres, Dacia Duster is very compact. Its Megane-size proportions ensure that it is as at home in built-up areas as it is off the beaten track. While it clearly belongs to the world of all-terrain vehicles, Dacia Duster displays attractive lines.

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