Thursday, July 12, 2012

The Sport And Masculine Renault Duster Launched In India.

The French Car maker, Renault launched the bold looking SUV Renault Duster a day ago. The company is expecting to do a huge business with its midsized sports utility vehicle and is certainly looking forward to compete against the upcoming Tata Safari Storme and Mahindra and Mahindra’s Scorpio. Renault Duster price is ranging between INR 7.19 -11.29 lakhs (ex-showroom, New Delhi). As per the reviews on Renault cars, the SUV will be available in both the fuel options i.e. petrol and diesel. The petrol variant of Renault Duster is motorized by a 1.6 litre engine whereas the diesel variant boasts a strong 1.5 litre engine. Renault Duster is likely to deliver a mileage of 18-21 km per litre.

Renault Duster features fuel efficient engine together with posh interiors. The SUV car is outfitted with double barrel headlights, 16 inch aluminum alloy wheels, large overhanging wheel arches, two tone bumpers and body colored wing mirrors. One can easily judge from Renault Duster pictures, that the SUV comes with body colored door handles, which looks quite enchanting. The SUV is blessed with a Renault logo, which is crafted on the front and the rear part carries the Duster name. The rear part of Renault Duster also holds D shaped vertical tail lamps together with a hexagon shaped windshield and a rear wiper. The compact SUV has a ground clearance of 205mm and is better than the ground clearance of Tata Safari Storme and Mahindra XUV 500. Renault Duster comes with a spacious cabin along with sufficient headroom and legroom. Five adults can easily sit in the SUV without troubling each other. The SUV carries an elegant looking dashboard, which adds to the beauty of the cabin.

Renault Duster

Renault Duster is packed with amazing safety features, which comprises of anti lock braking system, emergency brake assist, electronic brake force distribution and a stability control module. Renault India is determined to sell twenty times more vehicles in comparison to last year figures. The company managed to sell 1500 vehicles last year. Renault Motors is certainly looking forward to set its position among the top 3 international car manufacturers in India. It seems really difficult for Renault India to achieve its aim because now it does not only have to compete with the Indian car makers but also has to struggle against the renowned international brands like Audi, Skoda, and Volkswagen etc. The major question that crop up in mind is will Renault be able to accomplish its target? I shared that Maruti Alto 800 A new Avatar of Alto.

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