Dacia launches new TCe 130 and 150 petrol engines on Duster
Following the launch of All-New Duster, Dacia is still surfing on the wave of its success by establishing new records for retail sales in Europe. At the Paris Motor Show today, 2 October, Dacia will be present new engines as well as an updated multimedia navigation system.
New 1.3 TCe 130 GPF and 150 engines on Duster
The new lighter aluminium engine block includes new innovations such as ‘Bore Spray Coating’. This coating technology, used on the inside of the cylinder, through improved management of the heat allows better performance and increased driving pleasure.
To reduce particle emissions, the new direct injection petrol engines now integrate a gasoline particulate filter (GPF). This new generation of petrol engine offers increased driving pleasure from the Duster with:
– 130 hp (96 kW) at 5000 rpm and maximum torque of 240Nm at 1500 rpm i.e. +5 hp compared to the previous generation
– 150 hp (110kW) at 5250 rpm and maximum torque of 250 Nm at 1600 rpm i.e. +25 hp compared to the previous generation
After having renewed all its diesel engines with Blue dCi on 4×2 and 4×4 versions, Dacia is launching sales of these new Duster petrol engines available on 4×2 versions and from mid-2019 on 4×4 versions. Order-taking will begin towards the end of the year in the UK.
Media Nav Evolution: an upgraded experience and access to Android Auto and Apple Car Play
Ready for 2019, Dacia is equipping its range with a new version of its Media Nav Evolution multimedia system, providing easier and faster navigation and new features:
– Android AutoTM and Apple CarPlayTM that can be used to find the best smartphone applications and provide access to messages
– More responsive touch-sensitive features and improved screen transition offering facilitated access to the menus
Dacia achieves a new sales record
Dacia has achieved the best first half-year sales in terms of volumes in its history. The brand confirms its third place in the retail market in France. For the first half of the year, in France, the brand’s sales were up by 20.8%.
In Europe, the brand achieved record sales for the first half of 2018 with 281,206 vehicles registered (+14.6%), and market share of 2.9% (+0.3 point). Dacia has now worked its way into the top five for retail sales in Europe.
Sandero, a real star among Dacia models, is still No. 1 for retail sales in Europe and the All-New Duster is still enjoying great success with nearly 62,900 car registrations in six months in Europe.