New engine for entry-level Dacia Duster | New Release - Car News Aug 2019

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13:20 Monday 19 Aug 2019

Changes have been announced to the Dacia Duster line up with the introduction of a new entry-level engine.

The new TCe 100 engine replaces the SCe 115 power plant in the range, reducing CO2 emissions and fuel consumption by up to 18% in the process.  The new engine slashes CO2 emissions to 126g/km and returns a fuel economy as high as 49.5mpg.

The new 100bhp indirect injection three-cylinder petrol engine is available priced from just £10,995 on-the-road in the entry-level Duster 4x2 Access model, paired with a 5-speed manual transmission.  It is also available in Essential trim priced from £12,495 and in Comfort spec from £13,995.

The latest Dacia Duster model range is available to order now.

 

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