2018 Dacia Duster 4X4 SUV Design Overview & Extreme OFF ROAD (UK Spec) HD

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2018 Dacia Duster 4X4 SUV Design Overview & Extreme OFF ROAD (UK Spec) HD
2018 Dacia Duster SUV Exterior Interior Design

The All-New Dacia Duster comes with new electric power steering. It reduces the effort required to turn the wheel by 35 percent, which is particularly useful when parking. What's more, the steering ratio is now six percent lower, delivering a quicker steering response and improved manoeuvrability in cities and at higher speeds on winding roads. The steering includes a system that varies steering assistance in accordance with vehicle speed for greater directional stability on motorways. It also considerably improves steering response, especially in off-road driving situations.

The car features a multi-view camera which incorporates four cameras (one at the front, one on either side and one at the rear). The system allows the driver to view the area around the vehicle and is also extremely useful to help with parking. It is activated automatically when reverse gear is engaged. If the driver quickly goes into forward gear, the camera changes its view.

The camera can be activated manually by pressing the "MVC" button. The user-friendly navigation display shows one camera at a time. The driver can press the "MVC" button to turn off the system but it also switches off automatically if the vehicle's speed exceeds 20 kph. The side cameras are located under the door mirrors for a direct view of the front wheels so the car can be positioned accurately.

Hill Descent Control allows the driver to control the downhill speed of the car on steep gradients. The system acts on the vehicle's brakes to deliver outstanding stability.

The combination of Hill Start Assist and Hill Descent Control makes driving easier on sloping terrain.

For off-road enthusiasts, the 4X4 monitor incorporates a compass and notifies the driver of the vehicle's angle in real time.

The All-New Duster is now available with keyless entry. This system automatically opens all the doors as the driver gets close to the car and provides remote locking as they walk away. When the doors unlock, the car's direction indicators flash. The indicators flash when the doors lock, as well, coupled with an audible confirmation. The driver does not need to take their key out to start the vehicle thanks to the start/stop button.

MediaNav Evolution includes Driving Eco2 - a system tried and tested throughout Groupe Renault - and is now available with an eco-coaching feature to encourage drivers to drive more economically.

The All-New Dacia Duster continues to come with a choice of affordable engines that have been tried and tested under the bonnet of other Group models.

The SCe 115 (2WD and 4WD versions) and TCe 125 (2WD and 4WD versions) petrol engines both drive through a manual gearbox.
The dCi 90 (2WD version) and dCi 110 (2WD and 4WD versions) diesel engines are also mated to a manual gearbox, although the dCi 110 engine (2WD version) can be specified with EDC automatic transmission.
An LPG version of the SCe 115 unit is also optionally available.


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