Dacia has updated its Duster SUV to offer lower CO2 emissions, a full range of Euro 6D engines, refreshed styling and new features.
It is now available as a dCi 115 diesel in two- or four-wheel drive, as well as three two-wheel drive petrols: TCe 90, TCe 130 and a TCe 150.
Duster is also available as a petrol-LPG Bi-Fuel model which, at 49.8 litres, has an LPG tank 50% larger than its predecessor.
When running on LPG, the Bi-Fuel emits on average 9.5% less CO2 than an equivalent petrol engine.
In addition, it offers a range of 767 miles thanks to its two tanks, with a combined supply of almost 100 litres.
Exterior changes include new light units with Y-shaped daytime running lights, and a chromed radiator grille.
The cabin features new upholstery and headrests, and a high centre console with a wide retracting armrest.
It also features a choice of two multimedia systems with an eight-inch touchscreen. Standard equipment includes an on-board computer screen, automatic main beam activation and cruise control
Automatic climate control with a digital display, heated front seats and a hands-free card are available on higher specification versions.
Tyres on the 4x4 version meet the official 3PMSF requirements, while available safety equipment includes blind spot warning, park assist, hill start assist, adaptive hill descent control and a Multiview camera.