2019 Renault Duster SUV Facelift Spotted Launching in India on July 8; Expected Prices, Features & Specifications
2019 Renault Duster (Photo Credits: Renault)

Renault India is all set to launch the new facelifted version of Duster SUV, which is slated to be launched in India on July 8, 2019. The updated SUV has been spotted while testing on Indian roads for a few times. Also, the car maker has started dispatching the new 2019 Duster to the dealerships across the country. The compact SUV reportedly will carry some design changes inside out with some changes on the mechanical front. Ahead of the launch, a new video of the SUV has surfaced online that reveals the mid-spec RXS trim. Renault Triber Crossover MPV Officially Unveiled; Expected Price, Features & Specifications.

Going by the video, the new Renault Duster SUV will get a new grille upfront featuring chrome studs to give reminisce of other Renault cars. The SUV will also sport a redesigned headlamp cluster, more bulging bonnet, front and rear bumpers and more. As seen in the images, the SUV misses out the alloy wheels, black plastic cladding and fog lamps. However, these are expected to be offered on the top-end model. Hyundai Kona Electric SUV Launching in India on July 9, 2019.

On the inside, the SUV is also expected to get a refreshed look. The car maker is expected to employ a new light-brown interior upholstery that will be complemented with redesigned centre console featuring wider AC vents, gloss-black inserts, new instrument cluster and updated steering wheel. All-Electric Jaguar XJ & Other Hybrid Cars To Be Built At Castle Bromwich Plant in UK.

The car maker has already announced that it will stop making diesel cars once the BS6 norms kick in. Taking this into consideration, it is believed that the Duster facelift will get only a petrol mill, as seen in Renault Triber. The petrol engine could be BS6 compliant 1.5-litre unit capable of making 106PS and 142Nm of power figures. Transmission duties could be carried out by 5-speed manual as standard along with optional CVT. Lastly, the car maker will be announcing the prices for the SUV at the launch itself. Expect a price hike of 5 to 7 percent than the current version.