Dacia and Orange have teamed up in order to create a special edition of the Duster in Romania.
The model in question is called the Dacia Duster Connected by Orange and it’s bringing a lot of extra goodies compared to the current range-topping version of the SUV which should make it popular with those looking for more features on the budget car. The vehicle is coming just a week after the Romanian based automaker has introduced the new range-topping of the Logan, the Prestige.
The new Dacia Duster Connected by Orange is bringing a hotspot with 12 GB of internet traffic monthly, provided by Orange, for 24 months, which can connect up to 10 devices simultaneously. The automaker is not at its first collaboration with the mobile phone and data provider and the previous generation of the Sandero has received a similar version back in 2011. Besides the internet traffic, the special Duster edition is also bringing heated front seats, a rearview camera, the MediaNav infotainment system with Bluetooth and USB and the 16-inch alloy wheels. The carmaker will be offering the SUV with the 1.6 liter petrol burner, producing 114 HP, and with the 109 HP 1.5 liter dCi diesel, both meeting the Euro 6 emission standards and both equipped with a start / stop system. The model starts at 15,400 euros and it can go up to 19,100 euros.