Duster wins multiple awards in UK
- Dacia Duster Commercial wins What Van? ‘Best 4x4 Van’ for second consecutive year.
- Dacia Duster voted ‘Best Tow Car’ and ‘Best Winter Car’ at the Carbuyer Best Cars Awards 2017.
- Robust commercial SUV praised for its grip, ruggedness and affordability.
The Dacia Duster Commercial 4x4 has been named ‘Best 4x4 Van’ for the second consecutive year at the What Van? Awards 2017 at an awards ceremony held in London. The Dacia Duster Commercial 4x4 was praised by judges for its off-road capability, driving style and value for money. The Duster Commercial offers the perfect package for many tradespeople, with a 1,604-litre maximum carrying capacity.
James Dallas, Editor, What Van? said: “The versatile Dacia Duster Commercial, which retains the award from last year, is an excellent value for money proposition for operators who need to tackle tricky conditions such as icy or muddy tracks.”
The Duster has won further acclaim for its robust and rugged design after it was voted the ‘Best Tow Car’ and ‘Best Winter Car’ at the Carbuyer Best Cars Awards 2017.
The tough Duster scooped the duo of awards after impressing the Carbuyer.co.uk team of motoring experts with its unrivalled value, surefooted driving dynamics, tough construction and user friendliness.
Stuart Milne, Editor, Carbuyer, said: "The Dacia Duster is small, rugged and easy to drive, all of which are perfect attributes if you're driving a car throughout the winter. Choose a four-wheel drive version, and you'll have a car with remarkable grip that'll make short work of the toughest wintery conditions, with little impact on day to day running costs.”
Louise O'Sullivan, Head of Dacia UK, said: “These awards perfectly illustrate the robust, rugged nature of the Duster, underlining its ability to easily cope with demanding driving conditions and usage. We’re delighted that these accolades add to the Duster’s ever-growing trophy cabinet and that its no-nonsense approach to motoring and fantastic value continue to hit the spot with the automotive press and public alike.”