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
Entry-level trim keeps the price low but it’s very hard to recommend because it’s desperately short on kit. Electric front windows, remote central locking and the same safety kit as other Dusters are included, but there’s no radio, driver’s seat height adjustment, USB input socket or covers for the steel wheels.
It’s not the most refined or most potent petrol engine we’ve ever driven, but it does deliver adequate performance, reasonable fuel economy and is considerably cheaper than the diesel option.