Renault Duster Exteriors and Interiors Styling and Design
If you like your SUVs tough, muscular and rugged, the Duster should appeal to you a whole lot. The design is nearly a decade old, but you’d admit - it does tug at your heartstrings with its bulbous wheel arches, high-set bonnet and large 16-inch alloy wheels. The facelift added a new pair of headlamps and tail lamps and redesigned bumpers but didn’t drastically alter the Duster’s aesthetics. It still looks like a purposeful small SUV that’s ready to take a beating.
To say the Duster’s cabin looks a bit outdated would be an understatement. The design seems staid and the featu
re list isn’t as lengthy either. Highlights include a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system (without Android Auto or Apple CarPlay), automatic climate control, cruise control (with a speed limiter) and not much else. Quality levels could’ve been a tad better too. Space on offer is par for the course. The high-seating position and comfy seats make the Duster a fantastic road-tripper. The 475-litre boot is among the most cavernous in its class and can pack in a treadmill if you fold the rear seats down. Trust us, we tried.