7 successful years since its original release and 2 million cars sold. Duster rapidly won over customers with its spaciousness and off-road abilities. This iconic SUV has recently been revamped: we call it All-New Duster. Sylvain Coursimault, Global Access Marketing Manager at Groupe Renault, tells us its success story and presents its renewal.
With All-New Duster, Dacia’s emblematic vehicle has been revamped. Here we talk with Erde Tungaa, who has worked on the Duster’s design ever since the vehicle’s first version.
After seven successful years and with over a million units sold (under both the Renault and Dacia brands), Duster is now sporting a new look. All-New Duster will be presented as a world first at the Frankfurt Motor Show from 12 to 24 September. Our meeting with him was revealing...
Renault and Dacia have sold more than 2 million Dusters in seven years. These two numbers sum up all of Duster’s success! Here’s a look at the Duster success story, which is still being written.
Chances to try out the whole of the Dacia range don’t come that often, though Dacia has a great deal to show off right now, with no fewer than four new models holding court at the Dacia stand at the Paris Motor Show this autumn. The international press road tests under way in Portugal make a great opportunity for journalists to check out the new Dacia range. The findings are conclusive: Dacias are even more in tune with the times, but that doesn’t make them more expensive!
We went to meet Caroline Urso . At 58 , this profession of computer scientist decided to go on an adventure in his Dacia Duster . For five months this passionate trips generated 38 000km journey through many countries to visit Mongolia. She agreed to tell us how his Duster has met his expectations in more complicated situations that ...
Remember yesterday ? It wasn’t your first time. Since your Mom and Daddy bought a Dacia Duster, there is this amazing annual meeting. It’s like a huge party.
It’s party time for Dacia. Renault’s little sister brand is making merry at the Geneva International Motor Show with special limited editions across its whole product line-up. Ever true to its founding values, Dacia is offering European customers ever-more affordable and comfortable cars, with great looks too.
With its track record of more than 3.5 million vehicles sold in Europe and the Mediterranean Rim since the brand resurfaced in 2004, Dacia is a very eager exhibitor at each successive motor show. Visitors to the Dacia stand at Frankfurt over the next fortnight can expect a warm welcome and no shortage of surprises.