The Duster provides more space in the front of its cabin than most cars at the price. Its generous dimensions translate into lots of head and leg room. However, it’s annoying that there’s no passenger seat-height adjustment for any Duster, and that entry-level models miss out on driver’s seat height adjustment.
The front doors are tall and wide, so getting in and out is a breeze. Storage provision is reasonable, with decent front door bins and a pair of fixed cupholders ahead of the gearlever that also double as extra oddment space. There is a selection of cubbies between the front seats, too – some so small to be of little use, while others are usefully large.
There’s no front armrest, but one can be specified as part of the optional Touring Pack that brings a towbar and roof bars.