Coming soon: Renault Duster India launch in 2025

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Coming soon: Renault Duster India launch in 2025 (Image:
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Delhi : The Duster SUV will once again be offered by Renault in the Indian market. Renault's position in the cutthroat Indian market had been solidified by the Duster, but last year the firm made the decision to discontinue production of the mid-sized SUV. According to recent sources, the French automaker has started developing the next-generation Duster. Nissan and Renault will collaborate on its development, and it might start selling in India around Diwali 2025. Around the same time, a Nissan variant may be made available.

The new Duster will use a CMF-B platform as its foundation and is anticipated to be bigger than the outgoing model. To better prepare the automobile for the Indian market, the Renault-Nissan cooperation may even choose to sell a version with a third row of seats.

Apparently drawing inspiration from the Dacia Bigster concept, the Duster's external design will emphasise athletic aspects. The midsize SUVs from Renault and Nissan will only be available with petrol engines. It will be interesting to see whether the organization provides a hybrid engine as the top-tier model.

The Duster's outstanding off-road ability and excellent value for money helped it become a household name in India. If the new model is to be successful in India, these qualities must be kept.

In 2024, the European market will see the introduction of the new Renault Duster, and in 2025, India. Therefore, SUV lovers will probably learn what to anticipate from the Duster when it arrives in India next year.

The Kwid, Kiger, and Triber are the only three models that Renault presently offers in India. The Kwid hatchback is now the most well-liked of the three versions in India.

In February, the Renault-Nissan group said that it will invest around Rs 5,300 crore in its upcoming phase. Six new production vehicles will be developed jointly by the group for domestic and foreign consumers, including three locally produced goods from each manufacturer, two C-segment SUVs, and one A-SUV in the EV category. The long-term goals of the Renault-Nissan partnership for India include boosting production and R&D efforts, switching to carbon-neutral manufacturing, and launching electric cars.