There’s a new top of the range model for the Dacia Duster called the Laureate Prime.
Alongside the Duster range, Dacia has also announced special premium editions for its Sandero and Logan MCV.
The aim of the new special editions is to celebrate the 10th birthday since Dacia was reborn in Europe and sales have been on an upward trend since then.
Dacia Duster special edition revealed
The special editions come with various upgrades and reflect the firm’s traditional blue livery.
The Dacia Duster special edition comes with electric rear windows, front armrest, leather steering wheel and the latest MediaNav multimedia system.
This system utilises voice recognition in its full-colour menu screen and destinations can be found via postcode and it also uses live traffic information.
The system can also stream music via Bluetooth connect to social networks via smartphone.
Extra kit for the Dacia Duster
The special editions command a £500 premium while having lots of extras including metallic paint and special upholstery that would normally set buyers back £900.
The vehicles also come with alloy wheels and unique door mirror shells.
Essentially, the Dacia Duster Laureate Prime, as well as the other Dacia models, are upgraded versions of the firm’s Laureate versions.
This means they also include standard kit such as cruise control, climate control, central locking and adjustable door mirrors.
There’s also a cruel roof bars, scuff plates and chrome side sills.
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Buyers also have traction control and electronic stability control as standard.
The Dacia Duster special edition comes with a 1.5litre dCi engine and two or four-wheel-drive configuration.
The new special editions, including the Dacia Duster, were unveiled at the Geneva motor show and are available to order now.
There’s no doubt that these distinctive personalised vehicles underline the firm’s aim to offer British car buyers a value for money offering – which Dacia calls ‘shockingly affordable’.
As we have pointed out previously on the First Vehicle Leasing blog, the Dacia range has some very good models available and for many people who buy second-hand cars they would be better off with a brand-new Dacia.
The cheapest vehicle in the new specialist addition is the Dacia Sandero Lauréate Prime which will cost from £9,295 and rise to £15,995 for the Duster Lauréate Prime dCi 110 4×4.