Used Dacia Duster Cars For Sale
A name not every SUV buyer might be familiar with just yet, the impressive Dacia Duster is making significant inroads in the entry-level off-road sector. Anyone looking for a used SUV through our network of respected dealers will soon be aware of this value-for-money mid-sized crossover. With 5 trim levels to choose from ('Access' to 'Prestige'), across 3 petrol, 2 diesel and bi-fuel platforms, you can find your next affordable SUV with findandfundmycar.com. Browse online today.
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Cash Price £10,000.00 Deposit £1,000.00 Total Amount of Credit £9,000.00. 59 Payments of £215.73, with a Final Payment of £216.73, which includes an Optional Option to Purchase Fee of £1.00. Duration of Agreement is 60 Months. Total Amount Payable is £12,994.80. Total Cost of Credit £3,945.80. Annual Fixed Interest Rate of 11.20%. Representative APR 11.20%.
How Much is a Dacia Duster?
This entry-level SUV costs just over £10,000 new, but you can leave it to our trusted dealers to bring this price even further down for you.
What is the Dacia Duster's Engine Size?
There are 4 engines in the Dacia Duster line-up, including 3 trim variations that each harness the power of a 1.0-litre TCe petrol unit. Elsewhere the range supports a 1.5-litre DCi diesel, a 1.3-litre turbocharged engine and a bi-fuel petrol/LPG hybrid.
What’s the Dacia Duster's Average Service Cost?
From a number of options available, Dacia's own 3 year/30k service plan stands out at £9.99 per month. Meanwhile, the Renault Retail Group provide a 3 year ‘Service Plan’ (including first MOT) for £350.
What’s the Dacia Duster's Fuel Economy?
Diesel engines feature prominently in terms of the Dacia Duster's most fuel efficient models. Unsurprisingly the front-wheel drive Blue dCi 115 diesel performs best, officially returning 57mpg. Factor in 4WD, and these versions reward owners with an average 51mpg. 35mpg bi-fuel petrol/LPG fares worst at pumps.
What’s the Dacia Duster's Road Tax?
The Dacia Duster's road tax bands span from C to H. At the cost-effective end, the 2WD 1.5-litre DCi 'Comfort' will see you paying out £215 during the first year, dropping to £150 annually thereafter. At the upper end of the scale, the 4WD TCe 'Twenty' costs £540 for initial 12 months, then reduced to £150.