The Dacia Duster is cheaper than any rival you wish to name. It has some obvious short-comings as a result of its low price, including so-so handling and refinement, a disappointing engine selection and a low-rent interior, but if you want cheap, no-frills motoring with a big boot then it's unrivalled.read the full model review
You’re being asked to fork out a fairly steep premium for this upgrade, but you do get plenty of goodies, including alloy wheels and quite a few body embellishments to help make your Duster look more upmarket. The interior also gets plusher trim and a leather steering wheel.
Engine:1.5 Blue dCi
The diesel engine generates a fair bit of vibration, especially at lower revs, but it provides strong performance and is impressively efficient. Trouble is that it costs quite a lot more than the petrol option.