Dacia Duster without much depreciation
With the sucker on board, Dacia fans have to do without the optionally available all-wheel drive. However, if you don’t take on too rough terrain under your wheels, the 156 Nm torque on the front wheels is enough. Of course, the motorization is not enough for acceleration records. But in 11.9 seconds, the Duster with manual transmission cracks the 100 km/h mark, with a maximum of 170 km/h.
A highlight of the used car range: The Duster, which was first registered in April 2018, has only driven 22,868 kilometers in the past four years. The Romanian should therefore have a very long life ahead of him. This also justifies the price of 13,490 euros, which seems quite high compared to the basic price of the drive equipment combination at the time. However, the low loss in value and the current price development promise an equally successful resale after a few years.