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New Dacia Duster £9,495.00 @ Dacia

£9495.00 @ Dacia
Equipment as standard Daytime running lights Black door mirrors Manually adjustable door mirrors 16" EIGER steel wheels Black door handles Black longitudinal roof bars Tyre Inflation Kit Dri… Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Equipment as standard

Daytime running lights
Black door mirrors
Manually adjustable door mirrors
16" EIGER steel wheels
Black door handles
Black longitudinal roof bars
Tyre Inflation Kit
Driver's airbag
Tyre pressure monitors
Anti-lock brakes (ABS)
Front side airbags
Emergency Brake Assist
ASR (Traction Control) with ESC (Electronic Stability Control)
Power-assisted steering
Passenger airbag with deactivation function
3 x 3 point rear seatbelts
Height adjustable front seatbelts
3 height adjustable rear headrests
Bainite cloth upholstery
Seatbelt not fastened audible & visual warning
Height adjustable steering column
Heated rear window
Manual rear windows
Electric front windows
Tinted windows
Locking fuel filler cap
Remote central-locking
Anti-intruder automatic door locking system
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
50(10) Fuel Tank - Litres (Gallons)

5 speed manual gearbox Gearbox
115 Maximum Power - hp
No air conditioning Air Conditioning
ESC(Electronic Stability Control) with ASR(Traction Control) Stabilty Control
SCe 115 4x2 Engine

Sunroof

Bluetooth connectivity/AUX input/USB connection for MP3 players Connectivity
Performance

11.0 0-62mph (0-100kph)
105(170) Maximum Speed - mph (kph)
Drivetrain

4x2 Wheels Driven
Body Type

5 No. of Doors
SUV Body Type Classification
Steering

10.4/10.7 Turning Circle Between Kerbs/Walls (m)
Fuel Consumption

44.1 Combined mpg (miles per gallon)
50.4 Extra Urban mpg (miles per gallon)
36.7 Urban mpg (miles per gallon)
145 CO2 (g/km)
Braking

DV 280 Front Discs (Diameter mm)
TA-203 Rear Brakes (Discs = DV; Drums = TA) (Diameter mm)
Tyres

215/65 R 16 Size/Profile
Weights (kg)

1165 Kerb Weight (Excluding Driver) (kg)
2897 Gross Train Weight (kg)
589 Maximum Payload (Including Driver) (kg)
580 Maximum Towing Weight Unbraked - Driver Only (kg)
1697 Gross Vehicle Weight (kg)
1500 Maximum Towing Weight Braked - Driver Only (kg)
Engine

Petrol Fuel Type
Multipoint sequential Injection Type
4 No. of Cylinders
16 No. of Valves
1598 Induction Capacity (cc)
115(85) Maximum Power - hp DIN (kw ISO)
156 Maximum Torque - Nm ISO (mkg DIN)
H4M Engine Type
No Particle Filter
Euro 6 Emission Control Standard
Dimensions (mm)

2673 (A) Wheelbase
4316 (B) Overall Length
822 (C) Front Overhang
205 (K) Ground Clearance
1630 (H) Unladen Height
NC (J) Unladen Platform Height
1822 (G) Overall width with door mirrors folded
tbc Interior Headroom
2000 (G1) Overall width with door mirrors extended
1438 (M1) Interior Elbow Cabin Width - Rear
1760 Load Platform Length
992 (Z1) Load Area Length
1760 (Z2) Load Area Length with Rear Seats Folded
1625 Overall Height
820 (D) Rear Overhang
2008 (H3) Height with Open Tailgate
NC Height Including Roof Bars
1411 (M) Interior Elbow Cabin Width - Front
990 (Y1) Maximum Load Entry Width (Floor Level)
tbc (Z) Height of Rear Opening
NC (Y2) Minimum Load Bay Width
Seating

5 No. of Seats
- Ecological Label
Transmission

Manual Gearbox Gearbox Type
5 Number of Forward Gears
Aerodynamics

0.42 Drag Co-efficient/Area (Cd/A)
Volume

1636 Maximum Load Volume (Litres or dm3)
475 Minimum Load Volume (Litres or dm3)
NC Standard Load Volume (m3)
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1 Like #1
Another one drives a Duster!!!

Feels cheap
2 Likes #2
are these safe?
#3
Was tempted by these but the speeds looks so sluggish.
1 Like #4
and not diesel?
#5
and no diesel?
2 Likes #6
Shwartzewolf

Feels cheap

Duh! the price it is cheap :p

This will get knocked loads but I have driven the commercial one for 3 days as the company offered a trial, hell its no where near fantastic at all but for the price and what you get at new price you cant knock it and it wasn't a bad ride power delivery was ok and seemed better when it was full of my van stock (?) and heavy for some reason. Had decent enough room but does sound well tinny when you shut the door.

For a runabout and if your not brand snob then I would recommend it, if you gonna do mileage regularly then no but would be ok for a there and back holiday and domestic/commute.

Edited By: Kankan101 on Feb 15, 2017 23:12
1 Like #7
MyNameSucksBad
and no diesel?
? there is a diesel option...
1 Like #9
This ultimately is a pay for what you get scenario in every way
3 Likes #10
And in reality does it really matter what your sitting in when you look around you at all the other hacked off motorists sitting in another traffic jam. At least this thing will help absorb the shock from the numerous potholes when you eventually get going....................... until you hit more traffic again.?
1 Like #12
Is this a deal?
I think this might be the normal price.
#13

"There’s lots of road noise, and it can often sound like the wind is about to penetrate the window seals."

Lol
#14
I drive a Sandero and it's a great motor, I have the top of the range model so air con, Bluetooth and touch screen media player /sat nav etc, it's very quick and never had a problem, I will definitely be looking at the new Duster.
1 Like #15
44mpg combined? Not great for only a 1.6 with 115hp.
#16
Love these things, great concept and superb pricing, have looked at purchasing one on a few occasions BUT there is big issue with rust!

I understand that these where built in India where there are quality issue's with paint application (or lack of) but production of right hand drive was going to switch to eastern europe at some point hopefully solving the problem.

Worth checking out some duster forums before taking the plunge.

MM
1 Like #17
Like it or loathe it, the Duster was the 30th best selling car in Europe in 2016, just above the Kia Sportage...

http://carsalesbase.com/european-car-sales-analysis-full-year-2016-models/
#18
People still go on about the ncap scores? They are from the first model when stuff like STS were optional, all come as standard now.

Also the rust problem is the same, 2012/13 models, they switched rust proofing method long ago.

Also the review above is odd, The new duster is so much quieter and refined, we've had our new duster prestige for 3 weeks and all of the little niggly noises and cheapness that were present in the 2013 model have been resolved in the current model, everything from road noise to the sound the central locking makes they've clearly listened to use feedback. Makes me wonder if they even retested the car or just chucked 2017 in the title.

Edit: yep all the photos are of the original 2012 model of various spec levels.




Edited By: acm20001 on Feb 16, 2017 08:03: Edit
4 Likes #19
I'm glad the black door handles and black mirrors come as standard. I was worried they would be a pricey extra.....
2 Likes #20
ahenners
44mpg combined? Not great for only a 1.6 with 115hp.

But on the plus side you can mend it with an Aldi socket set and haynes manual.
#21
acm20001
People still go on about the ncap scores? They are from the first model when stuff like STS were optional, all come as standard now.
Also the rust problem is the same, 2012/13 models, they switched rust proofing method long ago.
Also the review above is odd, The new duster is so much quieter and refined, we've had our new duster prestige for 3 weeks and all of the little niggly noises and cheapness that were present in the 2013 model have been resolved in the current model, everything from road noise to the sound the central locking makes they've clearly listened to use feedback. Makes me wonder if they even retested the car or just chucked 2017 in the title.
Edit: yep all the photos are of the original 2012 model of various spec levels.

Good to know, will take another look when I am next due to change vehicles.

MM
2 Likes #22
hooray.henry
And in reality does it really matter what your sitting in when you look around you at all the other hacked off motorists sitting in another traffic jam. At least this thing will help absorb the shock from the numerous potholes when you eventually get going....................... until you hit more traffic again.?


Found the duster owner.
#23
The picture is not the model for the price you have quoted that model is the ambience from £11090.
The car you would actually get is a far cry from this and probably would make you cry and not with joy.
#24
No it's safe buy a Audi Q7
1 Like #25
SENNYO1
The picture is not the model for the price you have quoted that model is the ambience from £11090.
The car you would actually get is a far cry from this and probably would make you cry and not with joy.

If people would buy a car by reading and clicking the link and not looking into what they would get,they deserve the upset....
1 Like #26
We had the Sandero Stepway when it first arrived in the UK, yes, we had the top of the range version, at the price why wouldn't you! Yes it was a bit noisy from the road, but very comfortable and the entertainment system/sat nav was brilliant. When we changed it last year we looked at the Duster but the prices had gone up quite a bit and you got less for the higher price, we looked at a Scenic and for the exact same price after trade in we had a top of the range one of these and it drives a lot quieter. Would I recommend a Dacia, yes, just look at exactly what you are getting and compare it with others first.
#27
bruceboardman
SENNYO1
The picture is not the model for the price you have quoted that model is the ambience from £11090.
The car you would actually get is a far cry from this and probably would make you cry and not with joy.
If people would buy a car by reading and clicking the link and not looking into what they would get,they deserve the upset....

I'd also be reading who owns them another crappy car manufacturer RENAULT
1 Like #28
I bought a new Duster 1 year ago this week. I was prepared to 'forgive' it a few things. However, no need.
100% reliable. No teething troubles. No little niggles. No squeaks or rattles. And very comfy. I've had cars from FIAT, Ford, BMW, VW, Citroen, Volvo to name few.
Overall - considering the price especially - this is the best all round car I've owned, and great on fuel use to; I have 1.5 diesel with 6 speed 'box.
See past that 'budget' dash - which is actually very solid - and it's a great car.
Much better than it has any right to be.
Well done Renault for producing this car. (Outside Europe it's badged as a Renault and in some markets a Nissan)
#29
Great news
1 Like #30
Why do they feel the need to list every "feature" - Manually adjustable door mirrors, Black door handles, 4 wheels...
#31
Shwartzewolf
Another one drives a Duster!!!
Feels cheap
And thats why Im voting cold.
2 Likes #32
You had me at manually adjustable door mirrors!
2 Likes #33
People voting cold are nuts. This car isn't for me BUT I've voted hot because the price is ridiculously cheap. This site is about finding bargains, it's not a review site.
2 Likes #34
bellboys
People voting cold are nuts. This car isn't for me BUT I've voted hot because the price is ridiculously cheap. This site is about finding bargains, it's not a review site.

I actually find a fair amount of practical advice on this site, which sometimes puts me off buying something knowing that it's reduced for a reason. I see this site more about value for money rather than senseless promotion of discounted goods.
1 Like #35
moneysm
are these safe?

Yes. In fact much safer then the new Ford Mustang.

Duster
Mustang
#36
My friend bought a 2014 Dacia Duster from new. He has had nothing but trouble with it. Doors not closing properly, etc etc. Therefore voted cold....sorry
#37
Gozer
moneysm
are these safe?
Yes. In fact much safer then the new Ford Mustang.DusterMustang

Picking one of the worst to compare it to isn't very helpful. Almost every other new car is safer, let people see a more complete list:

Link


Edited By: donslibi on Feb 16, 2017 18:50
1 Like #38
donslibi
bellboys
People voting cold are nuts. This car isn't for me BUT I've voted hot because the price is ridiculously cheap. This site is about finding bargains, it's not a review site.
I actually find a fair amount of practical advice on this site, which sometimes puts me off buying something knowing that it's reduced for a reason. I see this site more about value for money rather than senseless promotion of discounted goods.

I get what you are saying but it seems to me, especially in car deal threads, people are basically voting cold because they personally wouldn't buy the brand due to snobbery. And that's the wrong reason to vote cold imo.
#39
ahenners
44mpg combined? Not great for only a 1.6 with 115hp.

That's the quoted MPG. The real mpg, as reported by honest john is around 33mpg.

http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/realmpg/dacia/duster-2012

That's typical for a car of this size and similar to an entry level Nissan Juke.
#40
What are they like space wise to drive, ive long legs?

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