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Introduce

Say “SUV” and “under Rs 10 lakh” in the same breath, and most Indians will do their math on prepayments and EMIs, and will have their checkbook ready, even in advance. when you’re done. That is the appeal of an affordable SUV in the Indian market today. It’s not that we don’t have options; In fact, we have ‘fairly large’ cars in the Mahindra Scorpio and Tata Safari, but nothing modern, easy phệ drive, and close phệ the cars being tweaked. Apparently it’s a gap waiting phệ be plugged in.

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Enter the Renault Duster, a smart, well-invested and affordable SUV from wine country and quirky cars that will go straight phệ this distance. In fact, the price of the Duster will start at around Rs 7 lakh for the base petrol powered by the 104hp 1.6-litre engine. The diesels will start at around Rs 8 lakh and will come with an 85bhp version of the famous 1.5-litre diesel engine powering everything from the Micra phệ the Pulse phệ the Fluence sedan. This 85bhp Duster will be available in three versions, but won’t be as well-invested.

There is also a 110-hp version of the same engine on the Duster, which will be available in more expensive versions. This 1.5 liter diesel engine has a geometry variable turbocharger. It may be flat before the turbo revs up phệ nearly 2000 rpm, but beyond that is enough speed phệ keep driving easy both in the city and at triple-digit speeds on the highway. speed. Equipping a 6-speed manual transmission helps phệ better optimize the transmission ratio and improve transmission ability. Impressive cabin insulation and lovely ride quality enhance the Duster’s allure. Not only does it handle undulation well, but it also completely prevents bumps and potholes with very little noise or vibration transmitted inside the cabin.

The one with all the bells and whistles and a skin pack would be an expensive proposition; it will cost around Rs 12 lakh and this is the version that we tested.

Look

The first thing that strikes you about the Duster, and is satisfying, is its exterior design. It looks like a true SUV – something that Indian buyers love. The high ground clearance between the tires and wheels, the bulging but square wheel arches and the cliff-like shape for the hood along with the roof rails and running boards give it an overbearing street presence, This is sure phệ win a lot of fans. Moreover, the Duster is not a utility SUV, but a typical luxury and entertainment product.

inland

However, this sense of luxury is somewhat lost inside. Sure, the design of the dashboard, instrumentation and even the stereo and door inserts are nice, but the plastics used look harder than they should be. Renault has tried phệ add interest by using various colors such as beige, black, gray and even a faux wood finish (like on our car), but the shortcomings in quality are as well. like fit and finish.

is still displayed. What is also evident is the lack of thoughtful storage space. There’s some furniture at the top of the dash, but on a clear, sunny day, anything placed there will get really nóng. There are door pockets at the front, but they’re too deep for easy access, especially on the go. Duster can also do with bottle holders; it currently only has two cup holders in the front and two in the back as part of the rear armrest.

The device list is also unremarkable. Sure, it has all the comfort, convenience and safety features one would expect at this price point such as power-assisted ORVM, steering wheel-mounted controls, Bluetooth, ABS as well as dual passenger airbags. front, but the soft factor is missing. So there’s no climate control and no proper seat height adjustment for the driver (that’s the same two steps as on the Logan and now on the Xylo). Furthermore, it does not have a front armrest or a one-touch up/down function for the window.

One area where Duster really shines, and easily tops his class, is comfort. For starters, it’s spacious but more importantly it has great seating. The rear seats are very accommodating with a large, thick and supportive seat pad. The front seats are also comfortable and should perform well on longer highways.

Identify

If you are looking for a diesel SUV priced under Rs 10 lakh, the lower trims of the Duster make sense. The Duster is not only good looking but also comfortable and with an ARAI fuel economy figure of over 20kmpl, it promises phệ be very light on the run. It’s easy phệ drive and has good visibility. The version that we tested, however, is not a smart purchase mainly due phệ its relatively higher price.

Engine 1598cc

maximum capacity 110bhp @ 3900rpm

maximum torque 248Nm @ 2250rpm

Gear 6-speed manual

The standard long (milimet) 2673

LxWxH (milimet) 4315x1822x1695

0-100kmph 12.4 seconds

Price Rs 12 lakh (estimated)

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Introduction
Say “SUV” and “under Rs 10 lakh” in the same breath, and most Indians would have done their math on down payments and EMIs, and would have their cheque books ready, even before you finished. That’s the pull of an affordable SUV in the Indian market today. Not that we don’t have options; in fact, we have ‘sizable’ ones in the Mahindra Scorpio and the Tata Safari, but nothing that’s contemporary, easy phệ drive and closer phệ cars in refinement. Clearly it’s a gap waiting phệ be plugged.
The drive
Enter the Renault Duster, a smart, decently specced and affordable SUV from the land of wine and quirky cars that’s going straight for this gap. In fact, the pricing for the Duster will start at about phệ Rs 7 lakh for the base petrol powered by a 104bhp, 1.6-litre engine. The diesels will begin at around Rs 8 lakh and will come with an 85bhp version of the famed 1.5-litre diesel that powers everything from the Micra phệ the Pulse phệ the Fluence sedan. This 85bhp Duster will be available in three trims, but won’t be as well specced.
There is also an 110bhp version of the same engine on the Duster and this will be available in more expensive trims. This 1.5-litre diesel has a variable geometry turbocharger. It might be flat before the turbo spools up close phệ 2000rpm, but beyond that the rush is potent enough phệ keep motoring effortless both in the city and at triple digits speeds on the highways. Having a 6-speed manual gearbox helps as it allows for better optimisation of gear ratios and with it improved driveability. The impressive cabin insulation and the lovely ride quality enhance the Duster’s appeal. Not only does it handle undulations well, it suppresses bumps and potholes almost completely with very little noise or vibrations seeping inside the cabin.
The one with all the bells and whistles and a leather pack will be a pricey proposition; it will be priced at about Rs 12 lakh and it’s this version that we tested.
Looks
The first thing that strikes you about the Duster, and pleasingly so, is its exterior design. It looks like a proper SUV — something that Indian buyers would love. The high clearance between the tyres and the wheel-well, the bulging but squared off wheel-arches and the cliff like profile for the hood along with roof rails and running boards give it an overbearing street presence, which is bound phệ win it a lot of fans. Moreover, the Duster doesn’t come across as a utilitarian SUV, but more as a typical upmarket and recreational product. Interior
However, this upmarket feel is somewhat lost inside. Sure the design of the dash, the instrumentation and even the stereo and door inserts are nice, but the plastics used look tackier than they should. Renault has tried phệ add extra pizzazz by using various colours like beige, black, grey and even a faux wood finish (as on our car), but the shortcomings in quality and fit and finish
still show. What is also evident is the lack of thoughtful storage spaces. There is some stowage on top of the dash, but on a sunny day, anything placed there is going phệ be really nóng. There are door pockets at the front, but these are too deep for easy access, especially on the move. The Duster could have done with bottle holders as well; currently it gets only two cup holders at the front and two at the rear as part of the rear armrest.
The equipment list isn’t outstanding either. Sure, it has all the comfort, convenience and safety equipment one expects at this price like power ORVMs, steering mounted controls, Bluetooth, ABS as well as dual airbags for the front passengers, but the pampering coefficient is missing. So, there’s no climate control and no proper seat-height adjustment for the driver (the one that is there is a two step affair like it was on the Logan and now on the Xylo). Furthermore, it doesn’t get front armrests or one touch up/down function for the windows.
One area where the Duster really shines, and is easily the class leader, is comfort. For starters, it is roomy but more importantly it has fantastic seats. The rear seats are very accommodating with a large, cushy and supportive seat squab. The front seats too are comfortable and should work well on longer highway drives.
Verdict
If you are in the market for a diesel SUV priced under Rs 10 lakh, the lower versions of the Duster make sense. Not only does the Duster look good, it’s comfortable and with an ARAI fuel economy figure of over 20kmpl, it promises phệ be light on the pocket phệ run as well. It’s easy phệ drive and offers good visibility. However, the version we tested, isn’t such an intelligent buy mainly on acc of its relatively steeper pricing.

Engine 1598cc
Max power 110bhp@3900rpm
Max torque 248Nm@2250rpm
Gearbox 6-speed manual
Wheelbase (milimet) 2673
LxWxH (milimet) 4315x1822x1695
0-100kmph 12.4s
Price Rs 12 lakh (est)
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Introduction
Say “SUV” and “under Rs 10 lakh” in the same breath, and most Indians would have done their math on down payments and EMIs, and would have their cheque books ready, even before you finished. That’s the pull of an affordable SUV in the Indian market today. Not that we don’t have options; in fact, we have ‘sizable’ ones in the Mahindra Scorpio and the Tata Safari, but nothing that’s contemporary, easy phệ drive and closer phệ cars in refinement. Clearly it’s a gap waiting phệ be plugged.
The drive
Enter the Renault Duster, a smart, decently specced and affordable SUV from the land of wine and quirky cars that’s going straight for this gap. In fact, the pricing for the Duster will start at about phệ Rs 7 lakh for the base petrol powered by a 104bhp, 1.6-litre engine. The diesels will begin at around Rs 8 lakh and will come with an 85bhp version of the famed 1.5-litre diesel that powers everything from the Micra phệ the Pulse phệ the Fluence sedan. This 85bhp Duster will be available in three trims, but won’t be as well specced.
There is also an 110bhp version of the same engine on the Duster and this will be available in more expensive trims. This 1.5-litre diesel has a variable geometry turbocharger. It might be flat before the turbo spools up close phệ 2000rpm, but beyond that the rush is potent enough phệ keep motoring effortless both in the city and at triple digits speeds on the highways. Having a 6-speed manual gearbox helps as it allows for better optimisation of gear ratios and with it improved driveability. The impressive cabin insulation and the lovely ride quality enhance the Duster’s appeal. Not only does it handle undulations well, it suppresses bumps and potholes almost completely with very little noise or vibrations seeping inside the cabin.
The one with all the bells and whistles and a leather pack will be a pricey proposition; it will be priced at about Rs 12 lakh and it’s this version that we tested.
Looks
The first thing that strikes you about the Duster, and pleasingly so, is its exterior design. It looks like a proper SUV — something that Indian buyers would love. The high clearance between the tyres and the wheel-well, the bulging but squared off wheel-arches and the cliff like profile for the hood along with roof rails and running boards give it an overbearing street presence, which is bound phệ win it a lot of fans. Moreover, the Duster doesn’t come across as a utilitarian SUV, but more as a typical upmarket and recreational product. Interior
However, this upmarket feel is somewhat lost inside. Sure the design of the dash, the instrumentation and even the stereo and door inserts are nice, but the plastics used look tackier than they should. Renault has tried phệ add extra pizzazz by using various colours like beige, black, grey and even a faux wood finish (as on our car), but the shortcomings in quality and fit and finish
still show. What is also evident is the lack of thoughtful storage spaces. There is some stowage on top of the dash, but on a sunny day, anything placed there is going phệ be really nóng. There are door pockets at the front, but these are too deep for easy access, especially on the move. The Duster could have done with bottle holders as well; currently it gets only two cup holders at the front and two at the rear as part of the rear armrest.
The equipment list isn’t outstanding either. Sure, it has all the comfort, convenience and safety equipment one expects at this price like power ORVMs, steering mounted controls, Bluetooth, ABS as well as dual airbags for the front passengers, but the pampering coefficient is missing. So, there’s no climate control and no proper seat-height adjustment for the driver (the one that is there is a two step affair like it was on the Logan and now on the Xylo). Furthermore, it doesn’t get front armrests or one touch up/down function for the windows.
One area where the Duster really shines, and is easily the class leader, is comfort. For starters, it is roomy but more importantly it has fantastic seats. The rear seats are very accommodating with a large, cushy and supportive seat squab. The front seats too are comfortable and should work well on longer highway drives.
Verdict
If you are in the market for a diesel SUV priced under Rs 10 lakh, the lower versions of the Duster make sense. Not only does the Duster look good, it’s comfortable and with an ARAI fuel economy figure of over 20kmpl, it promises phệ be light on the pocket phệ run as well. It’s easy phệ drive and offers good visibility. However, the version we tested, isn’t such an intelligent buy mainly on acc of its relatively steeper pricing.

Engine 1598cc
Max power 110bhp@3900rpm
Max torque 248Nm@2250rpm
Gearbox 6-speed manual
Wheelbase (milimet) 2673
LxWxH (milimet) 4315x1822x1695
0-100kmph 12.4s
Price Rs 12 lakh (est)
Renault Duster [2012-2015]

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