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Dacia Duster Facelift 2014 – The Dacia Duster has proved successful on a number of markets, aside from its Romanian home market, and with UK deliveries poised to begin early next year, it will get even more attention, especially in Europe. While they may have currently just launched the new generation Logan, Sandero, Lodgy and Dokker, they have not forgotten about the Duster.

Here the news about Dacia Duster Facelift 2014

Seen here are a few of the first ever spy pics of the Dacia Duster facelift. The car was being tested in Worcester and was caught on test by the good folks at ProMotor. While the exterior styling of the Duster is likely to remain largely unchanged, the interiors will get a comprehensively upgraded equipment list and better materials.

The Dacia Duster Facelift 2014 features new dials that have been borrowed from the Lodgy and the new Logan. The car also gets a new speed limiter system and there are good chances that the speed limiting system will be placed near the revised steering wheel. The car will further benefit from a new cruise control system and an ECO Mode for boosting the fuel economy.

Dacia Duster Facelift 2014 Debut and Release Date
There have been rumors that Renault might decide to launch the Duster facelift with a new dashboard which will be both aesthetically more pleasing and will have better ergonomics.

The Dacia Duster Facelift 2014 is being expected to make its public debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.

These two new versions will seriously boost the Duster’s appeal, as it will undercut most other similar pick-ups, while offering a modern low-capacity diesel engine, Nissan-sourced all-wheel drive system, and an improved interior. Good things ahead for Dacia.

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