Renault Duster News
It replaces the naturally aspirated 1.6-litre petrol engine on offer there
Buy Or Hold: Wait For Kia Seltos Or Go For Hyundai Creta, Maruti Suzuki S-Cross, Nissan Kicks, Renault Captur & Duster
Should you hold yourself back from signing on that dotted line for the Kia Seltos when its established rivals are alive and kicking?
Offers available on all cars including Duster, Captur and the Lodgy
Hyundai took the top news shelf this week, thanks largely to the Kona Electric’s arrival in the Indian market
Interestingly, Renault Nissan group SUVs like the Captur, Duster and Kicks posted positive growth last month
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Is it just a face job or are the differences more than skin deep in the facelifted Renault Duster?
The Duster has received only cosmetic and feature updates along with a rejigged variant lineup, and remains mechanically unchanged
Take a look at the most important car news from the past week
Will feature subtle cosmetic updates inside out
Duster, Captur and Kicks buyers are in luck as the maximum waiting period on these SUVs stretches up to one month
While there are offers of some sort on all Renault cars, it’s the Duster that attracts the highest consumer benefit in May 2019
With a decline of 63 per cent, the Renault Captur was the biggest loser in the segment last month
The Creta continues its dominant run, topping not only its segment but also making it to the top 10 best selling cars in India
In the interim, Renault will introduce a second major facelift of the existing first-gen Duster
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