The Renault Duster is set to get an update for the Indian market and the French carmaker has affirmed that the facelift will be propelled in 2019. The Duster contends with any semblance of the Hyundai Creta, Maruti Suzuki S-Cross and Nissan Kicks, and the challenge will strengthen further this year with Kia entering this space with the SP2i.
The 2020 Renault Duster will gloat refreshed bodywork, which should assist it with conforming to the stringent walker security wellbeing guidelines that happen on 1 April 2020. The most critical changes will be made to the vehicle's front, where the refreshed vehicle would highlight a higher-set cap that will free up some space between the hood and the motor segments, along these lines diminishing the danger of wounds endured by the person on foot on hitting the sheet metal. This will even require the utilization of another front guard and a reconsidered grille.
The most recent covert operative pictures offer a decent take a gander at the front of the facelifted Renault Duster. The primary gen show has gotten projector headlights - an element not seen even on the second era demonstrate - and LED DRLs. It is being said that the refreshed model could have an electric sunroof on the top-spec trim. In addition, the revived vehicle will be outfitted with new composite haggles rooftop rails, and be accessible with new paint choices. Inside, it will probably highlight a refreshed infotainment unit and improved material quality.
The 85 bhp diesel engine will be en route out, while the 110 bhp variant of the K9K 1.5-liter oil-burner and the H4K 1.5-liter petroleum engine will be refreshed to accomplish consistence with the BSVI standards. The previous will keep on being accessible with a 6-speed manual transmission and a 6-speed computerized manual transmission, while the last will hold the 5-speed manual transmission and a CVT.
Before giving the primary gen Duster another facelift, Renault will outfit it with back stopping sensors, a traveler safety belt update and a fast cautioning for adherence to the new security guidelines, by July this year.