RUGGED looks and a high-spec made the old version of the Dacia Duster Extreme a popular choice amongst bargain-hunting Brits, accounting for 20 per cent of all Duster sales in 2022.
And that figure could well go higher for Dacia has now launched - by popular demand, says the company - a new and updated version for 2023 based on the brand's new visual identity.
The latest Duster Extreme SE is based on the range-topping Journey model and benefits from the same comprehensive specification with keyless entry, heated front seats, multiview camera, rear parking sensors, automatic air conditioning and eight-inch media nav system all fitted as standard.
Outside it comes with gloss black, 17-inch alloy wheels and orange accents on the door mirrors, roof bars, and Duster lettering on the rear tailgate. It tops off its exclusive looks with the brand's new Dacia Link emblem and branding.
Inside, the Extreme SE specification includes satin chrome air vent surrounds with orange accents, as well as signature orange inserts to the door trim, and contrasting upholstery stitching.
The latest model is available with a choice of diesel, petrol or Bi-Fuel engines. Automatic transmission is available as an option on the TCe 150 model while four-wheel-drive is an option with the 115PS diesel engine.
Prices start from £18,295 for the Extreme SE TCe 90 rising to £22,445 for the Blue dCi 115 with all-wheel-drive. The latest model is available to order now, with deliveries expected in the first quarter of 2023.