2013 Dacia Duster Goodwood Black Edition now available in the UK

Article by Anita Panait, on July 23, 2013

The Dacia Duster could now be availed as the Goodwood Festival of Speed special Black Edition. The very affordable Dacia Duster has proven to be popular in the United Kingdom since its launch at the start of 2013. In fact, Dacia has already received more 4,000 orders to date.  Now Dacia will prove that affordable vehicles could also look mean by launching the Black Edition.

The Dacia Duster Ambiance dCi 110 4x2 Black Edition comes with a number of extra features like the brushed black vinyl wrap finish and an ash leather interior. It also features Kenwood media system and stylish 18” alloy wheels.

The Dacia Duster boasts of a media system that features a 6” high resolution screen, Garmin satellite navigation with TMC traffic information and DAB. Bluetooth with hands-free calling, iPod connectivity, DVD playback and rear USB connection also come with the Black edition. All these features are available on the Black Edition, which starting price on-the-road price is set at £17,575 – offering indeed a great value for money compared to rival models.

The Black Edition was a one-off handiwork that was unveiled to celebrate the historic Goodwood Festival of Speed. Thanks to the vast interest expressed on the Black Edition at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Dacia Duster was decided to be offered to UK consumers. 

Aside from being the “most affordable SUV” in the UK, Dacia Duster is also one of its least depreciating new cars in the country. Interested buyers could acquire Dacia Duster by visiting the nearest dealership in their location of by ordering at the Dacia Store on www.dacia.co.uk or through its nationwide retailer network. Dacia will commence first deliveries to customer from October 2013. 

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Dacia Duster Black Edition

The ‘shockingly affordable’ Dacia Duster is now available in a Goodwood Festival of Speed special Black Edition.

Having taken the UK by storm since arriving at the start of this year, with over 4,000 orders to date already, the award-winning smart-buy SUV now looks even meaner for the price.

The Dacia Duster Ambiance dCi 110 4x2 Black Edition is loaded with extras, including a striking brushed black vinyl wrap finish, luxurious ash leather interior, hi-tech Kenwood media system and stylish 18” alloy wheels. The media system includes a 6” high resolution screen, Garmin satellite navigation with TMC traffic information, DAB, Bluetooth with hands-free calling, ipod connectivity, DVD playback and rear USB connection.

With an on-the-road price of just £17,575, the Romanian SUV continues to blow the competition away when it comes to value for money.

The Black Edition was a one-off creation released to celebrate the historic Goodwood Festival of Speed – the largest car culture event in the world held in July. Overwhelming interest at the event has resulted in the car now being available to be ordered by UK customers with first deliveries from October.

Phil York, Dacia’s UK Marketing Director, said: “The Dacia Duster Black Edition is a mean, more upmarket version of what is already a great selling vehicle. I challenge anybody to drive home such a great looking SUV, with or without 4x4, with so much kit for anywhere near the money.”

Already the nation’s “most affordable SUV” by a mile, Dacia Duster is also winning over more fans after being hailed one of its least depreciating new cars.

Dacia, a subsidiary of the French carmaker Renault, has made an enemy of the unnecessary and makes a simple range of cleverly designed, high quality vehicles which unashamedly favour function over frivolity. Its jaw-dropping prices are clear and straightforward, whether you buy online at the Dacia Store on www.dacia.co.uk or through its nationwide retailer network.

Dacia only launched officially in the UK in January 2013, but has already cleaned up nine major awards, including a hat-trick of trophies at the carbuyer.co.uk 2013 awards, including Car of Year and 4x4 of the Year, plus Scottish Car of the Year for Duster, and Best Supermini under £12,000 for Sandero with What Car?.

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