New Euro 6 version of LPG Dacia Duster 1.6 launched in Italy
The Dacia Duster LPG-powered model now features a 1.6 litres engine offering 115 horsepower and meeting Euro 6 standards. The Autogas option of this SUV only costs 500 euros more than the conventional gasoline version, an amount that is recovered after 10,000 kilometres thanks to low operating costs (a full tank of LPG costs approximately 16 euros in Italy).
With 4.3 metres in length and 1.69 metres in width, the Dacia Duster proves to be a compact but spacious SUV, ideal for those families who need space but also to save money with an LPG-powered vehicle that ensures low running costs and low fuel consumption.
The maximum power is 5,500 rpm and the 150 Nm of torque is delivered at 4,000 rpm. In cities, it proves to be smooth and quiet. And with only 16 euros of LPG, it can cover around 395 kilometres, with an average consumption of 6.4L/100km in the extra-urban cycle.
The Duster SUV belongs to the segment C of Dacia brand, manufactured by Renault and sold under its sales network. Autogas systems of the Duster are built by the Italian company Landi Renzo, but are fitted and assembled by the Romanian-French company Dacia.
In addition to the Duster, Dacia is also adding Euro 6 LPG versions of the Dokker and Lodgy models, thus completing the offer with a 100% Autogas range, which previously include the Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan MCV.
Dacia is currently offering a promotion with a financing scheme, valid until November 30, for its entire LPG portfolio.