At the back, the new Renault Duster gets chrome trim for the license plate as well.
Not surprisingly, it looks pretty much the same as the Dacia version.
The latest iteration of Renault Duster seems to be emphasising on the off-roading traits of the vehicle which rejuvenated the compact SUV segment in India.
Renault sells the Duster under its line-up in markets like Brazil, Russia and Ukraine and some regions like Africa and the Middle-east, while the "Dacia" Duster is sold in nations like France, Spain and the United Kingdom. The new 2018 Renault Duster seems to be keeping up with this tradition.
Most prominent of the difference is the refurbished grille on the Duster. Now, the one that was shown had the Dacia badge, but Renault has finally come out with the one wearing the company's badge. Additionally, the steering wheel is different and looks similar to the one seen on the Renault Captur crossover. Also, the circular air conditioning vents on the former's dashboard have been given up in the favour of rectangular ones in the latter Duster, without any other changes to the dashboard. This can be specified in both 4x4 and 4x2 configurations. Two-wheel drive versions of Renault Duster powered by the dCi 110 motor can be equipped with EDC automatic dual-clutch transmission. The Renault Duster also gets LED daytime running lights and LED inserts for its tail-lamps. The wider grille and the sculpted hood in front adds to the SUV vide of the latest Duster. There are new aluminium finished roof bars as well along with the new 17-inch alloy wheels that sport a rather interesting design. The black trim around the front wheel arches adds to the sporty quotient of the vehicle.
Yes, we know that this is not the first time we're telling you about the new-gen duster, but if you would remember, the vehicle that was showcased at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.