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New Renault Duster to be introduced tomorrow in India, here's the feature
New Renault Duster to be introduced tomorrow in India, here's the feature

The Renault Duster 2019 facelift will be launched in India tomorrow. The company has tees up the new Duster several times. The teaser features several features of the car. The car features new front gills, new designs and alloy wheels. The new Duster will try to regain its dominance in the segment. The company will offer many better features than the existing model in the new Duster. Let us know the full details

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It is being speculated that the company will not add much to the price of the new Duster. It is also likely that the price of the new Duster is the same as the current model. The price of the current model starts at Rs 8 lakh. The top petrol variant of the new Duster is likely to be priced at Rs 12 lakh. This car can be cheaper than creta. The starting price of the Creta petrol variant is 10 lakh which goes up to 14.15 lakh. Recently, some pictures of the facelift duster were leaked during the test, which revealed a lot of details of the SUV. Its front styling has been updated significantly to meet the incoming pedestrian safety norms. The bonnet has been redesigned to make it slightly higher. The SUV also features a new front bumper with a light change in the new grille and headlamp.

 

For your information, the facelift duster's headlight design is similar to the old model, but now it features LED DRLs and projector headlamps that are not in the earlier models. The grille is bigger and the chrome finish on the grill makes its look irresistible. To give the SUV a fresh look, Renault has offered new roof rails, new-designed alloy wheels and black plastic cladding on the rear gate in the facelift duster. The interior is not pictured, but it is likely to feature a new seat fabric, updated infotainment system and some connected car features. In terms of safety, it will have standard in dual front airbags, speed warning, parking sensors and ABS variants. The facelift duster will be powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine with the current model. However, this engine will conform to the BS6 Emission Norms. The new emission norms will not result in the Duster's deal engine, as the diesel engine will cost more to upgrade to the BS6.

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