Renault Duster AMT
Two airbags | Auto climate control | All Power Windows | Electric ORVMs || Audio sys with Bluetooth, USB, Aux | Standard Warranty 2yr/40,000 km I Extended warranty available
The infotainment system is well loaded but the position of th unit makes it difficult to follow the reverse camera
The past month has been a harrowing one for me. I needed a car which I could literally live out off and it was the Duster for me. The Duster had always been spacious, but I realised it was versatile too. After a day of toiling through various floors of a hospital, I came down to the Duster for some comfort. The rear seats are foldable and this meant enough space for my sleeping bag. I could then get a few hours of sleep in comfort, rather than on the recliner at the hospital. The infotainment system came handy too. At night, I played some soothing music and literally passed out in the cabin. The 12V charging socket kept my smart phone juiced up. Bluetooth also worked flawlessly.
For those aware of Delhi parking issues, would relate to my problem. One night, the hospital parking lot was full, and the only spot vacant had a big slab of rock right where the front right wheel would reach. Without a shadow of doubt, I inched the wheel up on the slab and it climbed up with ease. It was then that I could go back to the chores awaiting me. Quite simply, the versatility of the Duster has had me floored.
Lastly, the 1.5-litre dCi motor continued to be ever so efficient. I filled up the tank and the fuel gauge did not dip below the half tank mark even after a week of driving. Later I realised that this 40,000km Duster was still offering nearly 16kmpl.
THE DUSTER HAD ALWAYS BEEN SPACIOUS BUT IT WAS VERSATILE AS WELL