New engines for Dacia Duster | New Release - Car News Dec 2018


09:03 Friday 07 Dec 2018

A pair of new turbocharged, direct injection petrol TCe engines have been added to the Dacia Duster line up.

Available from Comfort trim onwards, prices start from £14,395 with order books now open.
Both 130bhp and 150bhp versions are available, the latter available on Prestige models only.

The new lighter aluminium engine block includes Bore Spray Coating technology for improved heat management, performance, and engine response. Particle emissions are reduced by a new gasoline particulate filter. The changes also result in increased power, with the new TCe 150 engine being the most powerful engine ever offered by Dacia. Both engines emit 137g/km of CO2 and achieve 47mpg.

The TCe 130 engine comes with a six-speed manual transmission on Comfort and Prestige two-wheel drive models. Comfort trim features 16-inch Cyclade alloy wheels, rear parking camera and sensors, electric front and rear windows, MediaNav 7-inch touchscreen multimedia system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, all as standard. Prestige specification includes 17-inch Diamond-cut alloy wheels, multi-view camera, blind spot warning, climate control, and keyless entry, and is also available with the TCe 150 engine priced from £16,295.


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