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The Dacia Duster is a compact sport utility vehicle (SUV) produced jointly by the French manufacturer Renault and its Romanian subsidiary Dacia since 2010. It is also marketed as the Renault Duster in certain markets, such asIndia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia, Mexico, South Africa, Ukraine and in South America.[5] It is also rebadged as theNissan Terrano in Russia and India.[6] It was officially launched at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show and is the third model based on the Logan platform, after the Sandero.

In 2014, 40% of the Duster units sold worldwide were badged Dacia and 60% (70% in 2013) were sold under the Renault marque.[7]

A four-door double cab pick-up has been launched at the end of 2015 in South America, marketed as the Renault Duster Oroch.

An unrelated off-road vehicle, the ARO 10 manufactured by Auto Romania, was sold as Dacia Duster in some markets during the 1980s and 1990s.

The Duster was initially introduced in the ice racing version prepared for theAndros Trophy, presented for the first time on 17 November 2009.[8] The production version was revealed to the media on 8 December 2009,[9] and was subsequently launched at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2010.[10]

Based on the B0 platform, the Duster measures 4.31 metres (169.7 in) in length, 1.82 metres (71.7 in) in width and has 210 mm (8.3 in) of ground clearance. Its luggage space has a volume of up to 475 litres (16.8 cu ft), while with the rear benchseat folded and tipped forward, its carrying ability can exceed 1,600 litres (57 cu ft).

The Duster is offered with two-wheel drive or four-wheel-drive. The 4×4 variants make use of Nissan‘s all-wheel drive system,[11] which allows the driver to choose from three different driving modes: Auto, in which the rear-wheel drive is engaged automatically in case the front wheels lose grip, Lock, whereby 50 per cent of torque is consistently fed through the rear axle, and 2WD where the transmission is locked into front-wheel drive for maximum fuel efficiency.

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