The Dacia Duster becomes Extreme, or a limited series that is at the top of the range. The starting point is the Prestige set-up, from which it differs both for a richer equipment and for a dedicated aesthetic look. The first includes automatic climate control, the infotainment system with navigator and 8-inch touchscreen, but also keyless access, two USB sockets for rear seat passengers and the Multiview Camera. Inside, then, the seats have specific fabric upholstery, with orange contrasting stitching. The same color is found on the air vents, center armrest, door handles and center console moldings.
On the outside, the Duster Extreme is distinguished by the orange decorative inserts on the grille, the mirror caps, the roof bars and the boot lid. The black alloy wheels are also dedicated to this set-up. Finally, as regards the colors of the bodywork, to the usual ones of all the Dusters is added the Grigio road which is only for the Extreme. Speaking of engines, this new top-of-the-range specification can be combined with all of them: the diesel dCi 115hp with 2 or 4-wheel drive, the TCe 150hp 2-wheel-drive turbocharger with 6-speed EDC automatic transmission and the LPG ECO-G bi-fuel. 100 2-wheel drive with 6-speed manual transmission.
The Dacia Duster Extreme is already available in dealerships, with a price list ranging between 20,350 euros for the LPG version and 24,250 euros for the supercharged version with the double clutch gearbox. Finally, according to the statistics provided by Dacia, it is curious to point out that one in two customers buys the Duster for the price and one in five for the design. The passion for outdoor activities unites many Duster buyers: 23% of customers love to walk outdoors, 12% regularly use the bicycle and 9% define themselves as a “serial traveler”.