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Renault Duster

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Mileage19.7 kmpl
Service Cost Rs 5,171 /yr
 
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Engine1461 cc 
BHP108.45
 
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TransmissionManual
Rear AC VentsNo
 
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ABSYes
Driver AirbagYes
 
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Duration 5 years
EMIRs 26,859
 
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Duster highlights

March 16, 2017: According to our sources, Renault will soon launch an automatic version of the slow-selling Duster petrol. Unlike the AMT automatic offered with the 110PS diesel version of the Duster, the 1.6-litre petrol will get a CVT automatic. We believe that it might be the same transmission that was offered on the petrol version of the discontinued Fluence’s pre-facelift model.

The facelifted Renault Duster was launched in March 2016 in the country. It is available in five trim levels – Standard, RXE, RXL, RXS, and RXZ, with both diesel and petrol engine options. Renault also introduced the 'Adventure Edition' of the facelifted Duster in October 2016. The Adventure Edition comes in three variants and is available in both versions of the 1.5-litre dCi diesel – 85PS and 110PS – though the 110PS version can only be had with the AWD (all-wheel drive) variant.

Renault Duster price list (Variants)

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85PS Diesel STD
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
Rs 9.45 Lakh*
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85PS Diesel RxE
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
Rs 9.65 Lakh*
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Adventure Edition 85PS RXE
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
Rs 9.75 Lakh*
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85PS Diesel RxL
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
Rs 10.46 Lakh*
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Adventure Edition 85PS RXL
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
Rs 10.56 Lakh*
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85PS Diesel RxS
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
Rs 10.86 Lakh*
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110PS Diesel RxL
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 19.6 kmpl
Rs 11.27 Lakh*
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85PS Diesel RxZ
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
Rs 11.67 Lakh*
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110PS Diesel RxL AMT
1461 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 19.6 kmpl
Rs 11.87 Lakh*
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110PS Diesel RxZ
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 19.6 kmpl
Rs 12.48 Lakh*
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110PS Diesel RxZ AMT
1461 cc,  Automatic, Diesel, 19.6 kmpl
Rs 13.08 Lakh*
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110PS Diesel RxZ AWD
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 19.72 kmpl
Rs 13.79 Lakh*
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Adventure Edition RXZ AWD
1461 cc,  Manual, Diesel, 19.72 kmpl
Rs 13.89 Lakh*
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Petrol RxE
1598 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 13.06 kmpl
Rs 8.65 Lakh*
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Petrol RxL
1598 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 13.06 kmpl
Rs 9.45 Lakh*
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    I recently bought the Renault Duster AMT and I am very much happy with it. It is very convenient in the city as there are no gears and clutch. It has an AMT gearbox which is fuel efficient as well. I was getting close to 15 kmpl in city under normal driving conditions. It has 6 gears which makes its nice on the highway as well. I also like how Renault has made the new alloy design very upmarket. I was confused between the Hyundai Creta and the Duster. I am glad that I chose this. Even my wife a read more 87
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    I have been driving the Duster for more than one year and I am not impressed by the car. I had expected it to be a great performer but this has not happened. Yes, the overall experience has not been pathetic either but at times I have to face disappointment. Within two months the engine noise increased which was really unpleasant. There is some or the other issue with car in every month which is not a good thing. It is not practical to visit a dealership every fourth Sunday so at the end you ha read more 31
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    Renault Duster 85PS Diesel RxL
    Hi guys, from long time I was looking for a good SUV in an average price range so that my complete family can travel together. At present I have Maruti WagonR which was also a good car. But due to its limited capacity it creates a lot of problem. But finally I purchased Renault Duster one month ago which is doing pretty well and, I am very much satisfied with its performance. At first I was confused between Maruti Ertiga and Duster as I was using a Maruti car, which created a trust from my side read more 19
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Duster colors

  • Comet Grey

  • Amazon Green

  • Cayenne Orange

  • Pearl White

  • Galaxy Black

  • OUTBACK BRONZE

  • Slate Grey Metallic

  • Woodland Brown

  • Moonlight Silver

Renault Duster mileage

Variant Mileage (City) Mileage (Highway)
Diesel16.1 kmpl 19.87 kmpl
Petrol10.4 kmpl 13.06 kmpl

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Renault Duster review

Renault originally entered the Indian market in a joint venture with Mahindra in the year 2007 with the  Logan (Now the Mahindra Verito). Even with all the experience from the joint venture and data from its sister company Nissan, it failed to create traction with its initial portfolio which included the Fluence, Koleos and Pulse. Renault entered India as a standalone in the year 2011, but continued to see dismal sales figures. The Duster debuted in mid 2012 and turned things around for Renault in India almost overnight.  Banking on its success, Renault also added an All-Wheel Drive variant to the lineup.  

The Duster captured the mini SUV market with its SUV form and compact size. A segment that everyone, right from Hyundai, Ford and even Maruti, now have their eye on.

The market has had an onslaught of cross-over SUVs since the Duster broke cover, but the Renault has managed to hold its own. What makes the Duster so desirable as opposed to a full-size SUV’s which boast better off-road capability and could seat 2 more than the mini SUVs? We find out!

Things We Like in Duster

  • Diesel motor (especially in the 110PS variant) can munch miles for ages. Complements the Duster’s go-anywhere nature to the T.
  • Has good road presence. Looks like a scaled down SUV rather than a blown up hatchback.
  • Available in an AWD (All wheel drive) variant. The Creta, Ecosport and other crossovers are offered only in FWD (Front Wheel Drive).

Things We Don't Like in Duster

  • The cabin feels dated in terms of materials. Ergonomic issues = central locking button, mirror adjustment knobs etc. placed in unconventional locations.
  • The design is ageing. With a host of fresh offering from the competition, the car is crying out for an update.
  • Can seat a maximum of 5 people comfortably. Other full-size SUVs can seat 7. While the duster is offered with a jump seat, they are not very useful.
  • Petrol engine feels out of breath quickly, not the most fuel efficient either.

Stand Out Features

  • Only compact SUV to feature AWD. Neither the Creta nor the Terrano offer a 4WD variant.

    Only compact SUV to feature AWD. Neither the Creta nor the Terrano offer a 4WD variant.

  • Features India’s only 6-speed AMT. It is the first AMT in India to be paired with features like cruise control and hill assist.

    Features India’s only 6-speed AMT. It is the first AMT in India to be paired with features like cruise control and hill assist.

  • Space. The cabin is roomy & offers an enormous boot of 475 liters.

    Space. The cabin is roomy & offers an enormous boot of 475 liters.

CarDekho Verdict

The Duster stands as our favorite as it ticks two boxes. One, it’s a capable highway vehicle. Two, it’s a capable off-roader. Obviously, it won't climb rocks like the Thar, but soft off-roading is fun in the AWD Duster. While the Creta is a looker it lacks out on the 4x4 option.

"If you want the best of both worlds, the Duster AWD is your best bet!"

Bottom line, pick up the Thar if you want a pure off-roader. A Creta if you want the comfort of a premium hatch but the feel of an SUV. If you want the best of both worlds, the Duster AWD is your best bet! You could also get your hands on the regular/Explore editions of the Duster to skip the waiting time of the Creta and get a good deal before the revamped version make their way to the showroom.

For all we know, the updated Duster could shake this space up even further! We’ll keep you updated as soon as it gets here.

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Meet The Beefed-Up Renault Duster Extreme Concept From Brazil.

Renault has showcased the Renault Duster Extreme Concept at the Sao Paulo 2106 Auto Show. This concept remains a standard Duster both inside and out but, with a lot of added bits to make it 'Extreme'. This concept has been developed by 'Renault Design Latin America' or RDAL, Renault's Sao Paulo design facility in Brazil. This edition is based on the 4X4 variant of the SUV and gets mechanical upgrades. Based on the Brazilian model, this Duster gets a 2.0-litre petrol and ethanol (flex-fuel) engine which produces about 150PS of power and uses a manual gearbox to send power to all the four wheels.  Read Full News

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