Dacia presented two new limited editions: Duster Steel in France and Duster Connected in partnership with Orange in Romania.
The Duster Steel limited edition is based on the Laureate version and has new accessories and aesthetic updates. The wheels have a diamond finish, the Look package is standard and the fog lamps have new ornaments. In addition the Duster Steel will have the MediaNav Evolution system as standard, cruise control and a leather steering wheel. The engine range of the Duster Steel includes the 102 TCe engine with 125 HP and the 1.5 dCi with 90HP and 110 HP. Depending on the engine, the customers of the new Duster Steel can order a 4×2 or a 4×4 version from the 2016 Duster generation.
The cheapest Duster Steel version will cost 16,600 Euros while the most expensive version will cost 19,300 Euros. Among the available options are the metallic paint (480 euros) Europe map for the MediaNav Evolution system (100 euros), rear window electrically operated (150 euro), rear parking sensors (200 euros) leather upholstery (600 euros).
Dacia Duster Connected by Orange is a limited edition launched in Romania this week by the Pitesti car manufacturer. The Duster Connected comes with Wi-Fi onboard with data traffic included, reverse parking camera, heated front seats, 16 inch alloy wheels Noir Diamante and a Media Nav system with Bluetooth and USB.
The Wi-Fi hotspot is a Huawei device provided by Orange and includes a 24 month subscription with 12 GB traffic included that can connect up to ten devices simultaneously.
Dacia Duster Connected by Orange has a starting price of 15,400 Euros, VAT included, while the most expensive version costs 19,100 Euros.