New engines for Dacia Duster | Motorshow - Car News Oct 2018

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10:22 Wednesday 03 Oct 2018

The all-new Dacia Duster will soon be available with a choice of two new petrol engines.

Dacia announced the addition of the new direct injection power plants at the Paris Motor Show this week, both boasting a new lighter aluminium engine block, bore spray coating, and particulate filter for reduced emissions.

The new 130hp 1.3 TCe engine brings an increase of 5hp over the previous generation unit, while the new 150hp 1.3 TCe engine is a full 25hp more potent than the engine it replaces.  Both will be available to order in the all-new Duster towards the end of this year.

Dacia has also unveiled a new version of its Media Nav Evolution multimedia system, with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as well as more responsive touch-sensitive features.

The brand has enjoyed huge success in 2018 thus far, with first half-year sales Dacia's best ever.


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