December 2016 News

Unveiled earlier this month at the Paris motor show, the Duster 1.5-litre dCi 110 equipped with a twin-clutch automatic transmission is available to order now from UK dealers. Available exclusively with two-wheel-drive, the new gearbox costs £1,000 more than the manual edition. On offer with the two upper trim levels – Lauréate and Prestige – prices kick off at £14,895 and rise to £15,795. CO2 emissions increase by 1g/km to 116g/km, while fuel economy on the combined cycle is 62.8mpg, a drop of 1.4mpg compared to its manual gearbox counterpart. These new additions to the range expand the choice to ten different derivatives of the Duster.

July 2017 News

Following the announcement of special edition SE Summit versions of the Sandero Stepway and Duster last month, Dacia has announced that the package of enhancements will be extended to the newly released Logan MCV Stepway, too, with the first examples arriving in showrooms from June. Paired to the 89bhp 1.5-litre dCi engine, the new model costs £800 more than the Lauréate version it is based upon. Extra equipment includes a rear parking camera, front central armrest and metallic paint, as well as unique upholstery that encompasses burnt orange piping, topstitching and Stepway logo embroidered into the fabric. The same bold colour is evident on the centre console appliqué and air vent surrounds, too. The Logan MCV Stepway SE Summit dCi 90 is priced at £13,895 and is available to order now in a choice of two colours – Nordic Grey or Magma Orange.