Adding another string to the bow of the robust Duster, the availability of the EDC transmission builds on the raft of upgrades that were recently unveiled in the new 2017 model year version.
Spanning external and interior enhancements, the changes included new upholstery for all versions, DAB as standard from Ambiance trim upwards, new ‘square effect’ headlights, and the availability of new options such as rear parking sensors, part-leather ‘Aspira’ upholstery and 16-inch ‘Tyrol’ diamond-cut alloy wheels. A rear parking camera is also an option on Lauréate trim and above and the Duster’s purposeful good looks can be set off with new Pennine Green metallic paint.
The updates also included the availability of the 1.2 TCe 125 engine on Lauréate trim and above, ensuring that customers now have the choice of a petrol or diesel variant at every trim level, and the arrival of the top-of-the-range ‘Prestige’ trim level.
On top of the Lauréate trim, Prestige receives 16-inch ‘Tyrol’ diamond-cut alloy wheels, Media Nav Evolution and rear-parking camera as standard, offering a price walk of £900 from Lauréate and representing a customer saving of £250.
The Duster range is priced from £9,495 on-the-road.