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Indian showroom owner prepares a manlier Dacia Duster


A hotter version of the Dacia Duster has seen daylight first in an Indian car showroom and it managed to attract quite a lot of curious people. When speaking about the Dacia Duster, “manly” is probably the last word coming into our minds but even so, this is an excellent vehicle which can handle the off-road and also the crowded streets ...
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