New Renault Duster for South America debuts at Buenos Aires Motor Show

New Renault Duster for South America debuts at Buenos Aires Motor Show

The well-known Romanian SUV and the Renault-Nissan Alliance's low cost vehicle, the Dacia Duster, has begun to lose its Romanian badges as it was prepared to hit the South American car market. The Buenos Aires Motor Show, which is taking place between June 17-26 is the perfect opportunity for the car's public debut. Being redesigned for the local market and produced at Renault's Curitiba plant in Brazil, the Renault Duster SUV will be first launched in Argentina and Brazil at the end of the year and more countries are to follow after. Some minor modifications were applied to the Duster and they integrate the latest-generation four-wheel-drive, a new front grille and different wheels painted in dark grey, while the interior has been upgraded with a restyled dashboard. Steve Norman, Senior Vice President, Global Marketing commented that the Renault Duster was really adapted to Latin American markets and it surprised its audience with its dimensions, which were larger than those of the competition, as well as excellent abilities. He added that the special version would make 4x4 affordable for more and more customers in Brazil and Argentina. Renault is also introducing a phase 2 versions of the Sandero Stepway and Dacia-based Sandero, together with the Fluence sedan, which is purely electric.


New Renault Duster for South America debuts at Buenos Aires Motor Show image New Renault Duster for South America debuts at Buenos Aires Motor Show image
New Renault Duster for South America debuts at Buenos Aires Motor Show image New Renault Duster for South America debuts at Buenos Aires Motor Show image
New Renault Duster for South America debuts at Buenos Aires Motor Show image New Renault Duster for South America debuts at Buenos Aires Motor Show image