Renault Duster

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  • Economy
    Mileage
    19.7 kmpl
    Service cost
    4,720 /yr
  • Performance
    Engine
    1461 cc
    BHP
    108.45
  • Comfort
    Automatic
    No
    Rear AC Vents
    No
  • Safety
    ABS
    Yes
    Driver Airbag
    Yes
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February 04, 2016:  Renault India has unveiled the updated Duster at the on-going 2016 Indian Auto Expo. The 110 PS now comes with an option of Renault’s Easy-R (AMT) automatic transmission. The AMT is based on the Duster’s 6-Speed manual unit. Apart from this, Duster continues to come with all other mechanical options including AWD. About the aesthetic updates, the new facelifted version gets 7-inch Renault’s MediaNav touchscreen infotainment system, manual AC and also gets new alloys and the roof rails will have Duster branding.

Renault Duster Price List

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    85PS Diesel RxE
    1461 cc, Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
    `9.1 Lac*
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    85PS Diesel RxL Explore
    1461 cc, Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
    `10.0 Lac*
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    85PS Diesel RxL
    1461 cc, Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
    `10.1 Lac*
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    110PS Diesel RxL Explore
    1461 cc, Manual, Diesel, 19.64 kmpl
    `11.1 Lac*
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    110PS Diesel RxL
    1461 cc, Manual, Diesel, 19.64 kmpl
    `11.1 Lac*
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    85PS Diesel RxL Option
    1461 cc, Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
    `11.4 Lac*
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    110PS Diesel RxZ Plus
    1461 cc, Manual, Diesel, 19.64 kmpl
    `12.4 Lac*
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    RXL AWD
    1461 cc, Manual, Diesel, 19.72 kmpl
    `12.4 Lac*
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    110PS Diesel RXZ Option
    1461 cc, Manual, Diesel, 19.64 kmpl
    `12.4 Lac*
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    RXZ AWD
    1461 cc, Manual, Diesel, 19.72 kmpl
    `13.5 Lac*
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    Petrol RxE
    1598 cc, Manual, Petrol, 13.05 kmpl
    `8.3 Lac*
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    Petrol RxL
    1598 cc, Manual, Petrol, 13.05 kmpl
    `9.5 Lac*
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    Facelift
    1461 cc, Manual, Diesel, 19.87 kmpl
    `10.9 Lac*
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Renault Duster Color Options

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Renault Duster Specifications

Variants Fuel Type Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power
City Highway
85PS Diesel RxE Diesel Manual 1461cc
16.1 19.87 83.8bhp @ 3750rpm
85PS Diesel RxL Explore Manual 1461cc
16.1 19.87 83.8bhp @ 3750rpm
85PS Diesel RxL Manual 1461cc
16.1 19.87 83.8bhp @ 3750rpm
110PS Diesel RxL Explore Manual 1461cc
16.1 19.64 108.45bhp @ 4000rpm
110PS Diesel RxL Manual 1461cc
16.1 19.64 108.45bhp @ 4000rpm
85PS Diesel RxL Option Manual 1461cc
16.1 19.87 83.8bhp @ 3750rpm
110PS Diesel RxZ Plus Manual 1461cc
16.1 19.64 108.45bhp @ 4000rpm
RXL AWD Manual 1461cc
16.1 19.72 108.45bhp @ 4000rpm
110PS Diesel RXZ Option Manual 1461cc
16.1 19.64 108.45bhp @ 4000rpm
RXZ AWD Manual 1461cc
16.1 19.72 108.45bhp @ 4000rpm
Petrol RxE Petrol Manual 1598cc
10.4 13.05 102.53bhp @ 5750rpm
Petrol RxL Manual 1598cc
10.4 13.05 102.53bhp @ 5750rpm

Renault Duster Review

Overview

Introduction:

 
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!

Pros:

1. Available in an AWD (All wheel drive) variant. The Creta, Ecosport and other crossovers are offered only in FWD (Front Wheel Drive).

2. Has good road presence. Looks like a scaled down SUV rather than a blown up hatchback.

3. Diesel motor (especially in the 110PS variant) can munch miles for ages. Complements the Duster’s go-anywhere nature to the T.

Cons:

1. 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.

2. The design is ageing. With a host of fresh offering from the competition, the car is crying out for an update.

3. The cabin feels dated in terms of materials. Ergonomic issues = central locking button, mirror adjustment knobs etc. placed in unconventional locations. 

4. Petrol engine feels out of breath quickly, not the most fuel efficient either.

5. Automatic Transmission option not available. (May launch along with facelift in early 2016)

Stand Out Features:

1. Has a dual personality. Does well on the highway as well as off road.

2. Ride quality is  among  the best in the segment. 205 mm of ground clearance lets it tackle off-road jaunts as well.

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

Exterior:

Without a doubt, the Duster is the most butch looking of the Mini/Pseudo SUV lot. It has a typical SUV like squatting stance and bulges showing from every angle. The design is straightforward and generic in a sense. If won’t offend you, neither will it excite you. All the muscle does give it  an imposing appeal.

At the front, there are three long chrome slats with the Renault logo placed at the centre. The front bumper is a neat unit which houses a silver faux skid plate. The fog lamps are integrated at the either side of the bumper. In the AWD edition, you get smoked headlamps instead of the chrome.  

Move to the side, and you are greeted by beefy wheel arches. A curved line, which looks like a smiley face, runs from one wheel arch to the other. You also see the unusually large fuel filler cover. The roof rail adds a lot of character. The silver 5 spoke alloys are 16 inchers and wrapped by 215mm rubber.

 The AWD gets a darker ‘Anthracite’ shade on the rims.  The AWD variant also gets  ‘AWD’ stickering that run the length of the bottom of the door and a neat AWD sticker behind the rear quarter glass. 

Move to the rear and the no-drama design continues. A neat hatch type boot greets you with a strip of chrome embossed with ‘DUSTER’. The Renault logo is found just above that. You can also find the company name along with variant and engine details here.

 
Like the front, you also get a faux silver skid plate. The exhaust protrudes a bit and the tip gets a touch of chrome. The tail lamps are a simple 3 section unit. The tail-gate protrudes out to match the protruding tail lamps.

In terms of dimensions, Duster’s length stands at 4315mm. This is 16mm shorter than its sister, Terrano. While the two are badge engineered (Application of different manufacturers to the same product with styling changes) the difference in length can be attributed the Terrano’s beefier bumpers. The Creta falls behind the Duster by 45mm and the Ford Ecosport by a whopping 315mm as Ford wants to take advantage of the sub 4-meter benefits.

In terms of width, the Terrano again is ahead of the duster by a good 178 mm. The rest continue to be behind the Duster in a range of 42-57mm.  

In terms of height, the Duster stands at 1695mm. The Ecosport is the tallest of the lot here, by 13mm. The Duster, along with the Terrano,  boasts the highest ground clearance and the longest wheelbase compared to the competition at 205mm and 2673mm respectively.

 
Overall, the Duster certainly seems dated and is losing out to fresher looking competitors hitting the market. Reports and spy shots suggest that the updated Duster will be out early 2016 with design cues picked up from the Brazil spec Duster.

 

Interior:

 
The Duster’s interiors are the most straightforward compared to the lot. It houses a dual tone Beige-Black theme, both colors being used in equal measure.  

The dashboard has two clear sections with the top half being black and the bottom half being beige.

 
You get a large steering wheel with a really large horn pad. The unit also houses the driver side airbag. The bottom of the three spokes is finished with a piano black panel. There is a touch of chrome too that surrounds the Renault logo. The steering wheel is only tilt adjustable while the reach remains fixed.

In the AWD version, the dash design remains the same but the colors have changed to black and a light grey. We think these will be easier to maintain as beige attracts a lot of visible dirt. The steering wheel too gets a different treatment with a smaller horn pad to accommodate larger spokes which house the controls for the cruise control on either side.

In both versions, the music controls are present on a stalk behind the steering wheel. This arrangement may seem strange, but you get used to it over time.

The stalks are standard units with the one on the right controlling the front & rear wipers along with a button to control the MID (Only on the AWD Version. The standard Duster’s MID is controlled from a stalk on the instrument cluster). The left houses the controls for the headlights, fog lamps and turn indicators.
 

Moving to the instrument cluster, the regular and AWD duster get completely different units. The regular Duster houses two sets of dials. One for the tachometer (rev counter) and one for the speedo. Sandwiched in between are a set of indicators and an MID (Multi Information Display). The MID shows the ODO, trip meter, average speed, distance to empty, fuel efficiency and fuel consumed. The theme is similar to the one seen on the old Mahindra-Renault Logan.

On the other hand, the AWD variant has a much more catchy instrument cluster. You get 3 sets of dials with shiny chrome treatment. The center one being a tad bit larger housing the speedo. On either side, the left hold the rev counter and the right the MID screen. This screen gets a black-white display, which has a better readability than the orange themed one in the regular Duster. The readouts from the AWD is comprehensive with the MID showing quantity of fuel consumed in liters, average fuel consumption, real-time fuel consumption, distance to empty, distance to service, trip meter, average speed and outside temperature.
 

The center console houses the infotainment system. You get a 7” touchscreen or a 2-Din music system depending on the model you choose. The AWD gets the touchscreen as standard. The 2-Din system plays media from CD’s, USB, AUX & Bluetooth. The touchscreen system has the same functionalities but misses out on the CD feature. 

 The touchscreen unit is easy to use, and responsive. However, it could have been slightly brighter (readability in harsh/direct sun isn’t the best). The unit is the same that's now found on the Lodgy and now the Kwid. The interface has been optimised well and is easy to use while driving with large buttons.


 

Below this is the controls for the central locking, a large chunky button for the hazard lights and the rear defogger. In the AWD, things are different in terms of placement as there is a control switch for the cruise control.  
 

The air conditional controls remain the same in all variants. They are three knobs with chrome inserts. We would have loved to see automatic climate control, at least on the higher variants.

Below this is a small cubby hole, a 12V power outlet and the switch for the parking sensors. In the AWD version, the cubby hole has been replaced by the drive mode selector, ESP toggle and ECO mode buttons. You can choose between 2WD, Auto & Lock. In 2WD mode, all the power always goes to the front wheels. In Lock mode, all 4 wheels get power all the time but only up to 50kmph. In the case of Auto mode, the car’s computers decides, depending on the driving conditions, when to send power to the rear wheels.


 

The air con system has 4 vents at the front. Each has a surrounding chrome garnish and can be closed individually. 

The glove box is a large and illuminated unit. You don’t get a glove box at the top of the dash, but only an open storage space.

The front door, on the inside, gets piano black treatment and a chrome handle. A unit at the bottom houses the speaker and the window controls. There is a storage space too which can accommodate 1-liter bottles. In the AWD version, the piano black panel has been replaced by a brushed aluminium finish.

The seats are available in a dual tone cream-grey or a single tone beige leatherette for the top end variant. The AWD gets grey fabric seats with touches of red.  The driver's seat is adjustable for height as well as lumbar.  While overall support is good, we felt that an addition of a center armrest would have been great.

Moving to the rear seats, the styling is similar to the ones on the front in terms of upholstery design. There are adjustable headrests for two rear passengers. The head rest at the center is a fixed one. You get an armrest at the back along with a rear air-con unit. The seats are well reclined but the legroom is good at best but not great. Renault is really good at optimizing interiors and we felt that they missed out on bringing the best possible outcome here. The 5th passenger, however, is going to be really uncomfortable. The rear doors get the same treatment as the front, sans the door pocket.

The rear has a large parcel shelve and will be used to store most of your stuff as there is a lack of storage spaces in the rear.
 

Moving all they way back, the boot is enormous at 475 liters. This is at par with Terrano but 75 liters ahead of the Creta and 130 liters ahead of the Ecosport. In case you need more room while moving your houses or something, the rear seats fold down to provide 1064 liters of space!

Overall, the Duster provides good space on the inside and are a decent place to be in. However, the design feels dated and we are hoping for better looking and better finished interiors on the updated versions to compete with the interiors on the Creta and Ecosport which offer better fit & finish.

Performance


Petrol:

The petrol mill is a 1.6-liter unit that churns out 102.53bhp @ 5750 rpm and puts down 148 Nm@

3750 rpm. This engine is a gas guzzler and feels out of place on a car of this size. The clutch on this version is light and has sufficient low end to move around in the city. When we took it on the highways, we constantly had to keep downshifting and keep it on the top of the rev range to get the most out of it.
 

This version is strictly limited to minor use around the city as it really gulps fuel.

Diesel: 

85ps:

While the engine remains the same as the 110ps version, the engine carries a different state of tune. The tune is similar to the one found on the Renault Scala/Nissan Sunny. The engine churns out 84bhp and 200Nm of torque. While this may seem low compared to the 110ps version, it is surprisingly adequate as a city kick around. The engine doesn’t need too many downshifts in the city, and turbo lag is in check. In fact, the turbo lag is so well controlled, we prefer this over its more powerful sibling for driving within the city. As a highway runner, you’d certainly want the punch of the more powerful 110ps version. 

The engine is in no way underpowered but seems that way when placed next to its more powerful sibling.

Overall it’s a perfect engine to chuck about in the place where the Duster will spend most of its time, the city.

 
110ps:

The engine, in its 110ps tune, churns out 109bhp and 248Nm of torque. The NVH (noise, vibration & harshness) levels were really good for when they were launched. However, when you compare it to the latest kid on the block (read: Hyundai Creta), it does seem coarse and sounds gruff. 

The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The additional gear, when compared to the 85ps version, is a boon when on cruising on the highways.


 

The let down is the hard clutch which got our muscles sore in bumper to bumper traffic.
 

The Duster continues to be a good option to consider but lacks the refinements that are now being offered by the competition. A Diesel automatic would be a great option to have in the future!

AWD:
 

The AWD (All Wheel Drive) version is only available in the 110ps version. The changes that have made their way into the AWD version is that the engine is tuned slightly differently, the gear ratios are shorter, an electro-hydraulic power steering and the rear suspension see a better multi-link suspension unit and obviously an AWD system that now send power to all 4 wheels as compared to the front.
 

The AWD version comes loaded with ESP (Electronic Stability Program), ASR (Anti Slip Regulation), BA (Brake Assist), EBD, (Electronic Brake Distribution), ABS (Antilock Braking System), Cruise Control and ECO mode. All of these features push up its potential in terms of an offroader as well as a highway cruiser.
 

The mode of driving can be selected from the knob between 2WD, Auto & Lock.
 

We have taken the Duster AWD on the sandy & wet beaches, over a slushy course and across some tough terrains which included grass, forest, and shallow rivers. In short we’ve pushed the Duster well beyond any average household would take it, and it delivered. All of us came back impressed with what it was capable of.
 

The Auto option on the drive selector is a really sensible unit which constantly understood which wheel was loosing power and compensating accordingly. The lock version too works well, but automatically disengages on crossing 50kmph.
 

Hands down, the AWD version is your best option if your chosen path is throwing you a challenge. If you want to do some true blue off-roading, you should place your money on something that was meant to be an off-roader in the first place i.e. the Thar. For us, the Thar is too crude to live with on a daily basis and the other options like the Creta, Ecosport, and other pseudo SUVs do not offer a 4x4 option - the Duster strikes a nice balance between the two.
 

Ride & Handling:
 

The ride and handling is where Renault has done what it does best. It takes on typical uneven Indian roads like a charm. On our highway stints, it rides like a charm and would put most sedans to shame. The ride is nice and flat, with minimal vertical movements.

None of the shenanigans that are usually found with high standing SUVs are visible. The body roll is in check and the car instills confidence in the driver. Another thing which we love is the ease with which it moves around in tight parking spaces, thanks to the 5.2 m turning radius.

The only thing that left us wanting more is the wind noise that creeps into the cabin at high speeds and the clutch being too heavy. These are a couple of things that we expect will be fixed in the update.
 

Safety:

The Duster’s European twin, sold as the Dacia Duster, was put through the EURO NCAP crash tests. The car fared poorly as it only obtained 3 stars out of 5. While the car faired well on the front impact test, it lost out on side impact and pedestrian safety tests.

In India, the Duster is sold with safety features like ABS, EBD & Airbags as an optional extra on the top two RxL & RxZ variants.

Variants: 

The starting RxE variant is offered only in the less powerful diesel and the petrol option It offers bare minimum likes Central Locking, Engine Immobilizer, Keyless Entry, Power Windows, Power Steering & Front Air Conditioning. Other features like parcel tray, roof rails and tilt steering are also found here. The interiors of this variant are decked up in black and grey.
 

Moving up, the RxL it is offered in all the engine options along with an AWD version as well. IN addition to the base variant, you get a 2Din entertainment system and ABS but misses out on airbags. For this, you will have to opt for the option pack.
 

On the top end, you get chrome mirrors and chrome side steps. Another key addition is the adjustable drivers seat with lumbar support adjustment. All safety features are standard on this variant and the option pack give you leather seats. The infotainment system gets updated to a touchscreen unit here.
 

Our pick would be the RxL as it provides all basic and safety features and offers the best bang for the buck.

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.


 

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.

Renault Duster Price

Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata
85PS Diesel RxE
(Diesel)
9,06,999 9,11,999 9,62,388 9,15,999 9,29,769 9,18,499 9,30,999   Get On Road Price  
85PS Diesel RxL Explore
(Diesel)
9,99,000 10,68,999 11,06,225 10,72,999 10,89,829 10,72,999 10,88,999   Get On Road Price  
85PS Diesel RxL
(Diesel)
10,09,999 10,16,999 10,06,864 10,20,999 10,36,918 10,22,999 10,35,999   Get On Road Price  
110PS Diesel RxL Explore
(Diesel)
11,10,183 11,78,999 12,19,879 11,89,999 12,04,779 11,85,999 11,95,999   Get On Road Price  
110PS Diesel RxL
(Diesel)
11,10,999 11,21,999 11,78,276 11,31,999 11,45,852 11,27,999 11,39,999   Get On Road Price  
85PS Diesel RxL Option
(Diesel)
11,39,999 11,47,999 12,06,677 11,53,999 11,71,368 11,52,999 11,68,999   Get On Road Price  
110PS Diesel RxZ Plus
(Diesel)
12,37,999 12,49,999 13,11,663 12,61,999 12,76,508 12,57,999 12,67,999   Get On Road Price  
RXL AWD
(Diesel)
12,39,976 12,51,303 13,14,208 12,62,607 12,36,740 12,54,859 12,66,154   Get On Road Price  
110PS Diesel RXZ Option
(Diesel)
12,42,999 12,55,999 13,16,945 12,66,999 12,81,677 12,62,999 12,73,999   Get On Road Price  
RXZ AWD
(Diesel)
13,54,999 13,68,999 14,33,990 13,80,999 13,97,203 13,75,999 13,87,999   Get On Road Price  
Petrol RxE
(Petrol)
8,30,999 8,33,999 8,81,906 8,37,999 8,50,240 8,37,999 8,52,999   Get On Road Price  
Petrol RxL
(Petrol)
9,46,999 9,51,999 10,04,144 9,56,999 9,71,144 9,57,999 9,71,999   Get On Road Price  

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    By Godwin| June 22, 2013 | 49350 Views
    Hi, Im using Duster for the past 8 months and here are the following complaints for which I dont recommend Duster to others,I'm from Chennai and I always travel with my family with 2 kids and I'm not a racer. I drive in a very safe speed. My vehicle number is TN 09 BQ 6594, This is my 6th car after Maruthi Omni, Honda City, Santro, Mits Pajero &nbs... Read Full Review
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    By P K Mitra| October 14, 2012 | 29801 Views
    I had booked one of the Renault cars Duster in July with Renault's Kolkata dealer against Booking ref No is 238 & had paid a booking amount of Rs.50,000. The dealer promised the delivery to be done within 30 days. Initially we were told t hat the vehicle will be delivered during Aug'12 later on promised for September'2012 delivery rescheduled t... Read Full Review
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    By Prajakta Patankar| December 26, 2013 | 11460 Views
    It works on the technogy of accelerator cable and not drive by wire which is the least expectation in latest cars, atleast SUV's. I own a Renault Duster Petrol RXL and in 2 months period and 1200km its accelerator cable broke into two pieces. Not acceptable at all. I was in the middle of a pune and goa when this happened. After calling Renault ... Read Full Review
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