Its rugged look asserts the New Dacia Duster’s adventurous character. Inside, New Dacia Duster boasts an elegant style with its chrome-finish grille and double-optic front lamps. Who said good taste was expensive?
Despite its low starting price, the Duster is extremely well-equipped with emergency brake assist technology, remote central locking, a Thatcham-approved engine immobiliser and ECO mode for increased fuel efficiency as standard. Under the bonnet, the Duster is equipped with Dacia’s excellent 1.5 dCi 110hp diesel engine, and thanks to its low emissions output, annual road tax costs just €270!
As standard, the Duster features two-wheel-drive, but there is also a 4×4 version for those who occasionally drive off road and it offers great traction in slippery conditions. Open the rear boot of the Duster and there is a massive 475 litres of boot space for storing luggage and lots more. With the back seats folded down, this increases to a massive 1636 litres of space for larger loads.
There are three different Duster models to choose from here at Blackstone Motors, and they are ‘Core’, ‘Alternative’ and ‘Signature’.
Please download a copy of the Duster brochure to see all of the details on each model, or you can speak to one of or call our Dacia experts today on 041 9831100 (Drogheda) or on 0494326111 (Cavan). We will be glad to answer any questions you may have.
Did you know that finance for the new 2018 Duster Alternative starts from just €308 per month?
Finance example Duster ALTERNATIVE 1.5 dCi 110.RRP €16,890. Deposit €5,269. Term 36 monthly payments of €152. APR 4.9%. Total cost of credit €1,385 inc completion fee €75. Optional final payment €7,398. Offer exclusive to Dacia Bank. Excess mileage plus excess wear and tear charges may apply upon return of Vehicle. Offer is made under a hire purchase agreement. Subject to lending criteria. Terms and conditions apply. See Dacia.ie [Warning: You will not own these goods until the final payment is made]. Dacia Bank is a trading name of RCI Banque Branch Ireland and is authorised and regulated by the French banking authority and supervised by the Central Bank for conduct of business purposes.