Delta 4×4 has customised the Duster with a proper lift kit, two-ton winch, auxiliary lights, 215/70R16 BF Goodrich All-Terrain tyres and much more
A tuning firm called Delta 4×4 based out of Germany has come up with a new customisation kit for the Dacia Duster and straight away you will have your mind blown. The aftermarket kit does make the compact SUV stepping into the realms of a dashing off-roader and to be quite honest, it is rather fitting.
The package comes with a 30 mm lift kit that increases the ride height of the Duster by a big margin while the underbody protectors do enhance the off-road characteristics and are made of 5 mm thick aluminium painted in black. The overall design theme is indeed black bringing a sense of boldness to the Duster.
Riding on a set of bigger black wheels, the Duster uses 215/70R16 BF Goodrich All-Terrain tyres amping the masculinity of the customised off-roader. While it further improves the ground clearance and traction compared to the standard wheels, a two-ton winch kit will aid when the SUV gets stuck anywhere, just in case.
Some of the other highlighting inclusions from Delta 4x4are roof rack for carrying the essentials around while on an adventure trip, LED light bar for enhanced visibility and PIAA front lamps. As part of meeting pedestrian safety regulations, the custom Duster also gains a steel bull bar made of polished stainless.
Customers have the option to choose different sets of rims as well according to their preference. The most expensive BF Goodrich rubber is priced at €1,790 (Rs. 1.38 lakh) while others reduce the price to €1,350.
Inclusive of all taxes for the German market, Delta 4×4 has revealed prices for the individual items as the bull bar costs €296 (Rs. 22,957), life kit at €450 (Rs. 34,901), roof rack at €798 (Rs. 61,892), winch at €1,178 (Rs. 91,364), auxiliary lights at €264 (Rs. 20,475) and LED lights range between €300 (Rs. 23,267) and €949 (Rs. 73,603).
Whether the second generation Renault Duster will arrive in India or not is up to anybody’s guess, but to meet the upcoming stringent crash test standards, another mid-life facelift will be launched in the coming months.