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Romania's Dacia to launch Duster Pick-up in 2019

Renault Romania, with its brands Dacia, Renault, and Nissan, ended an excellent 2018 year and heads toward an equally exciting year in 2019 when the group will launch the Duster Pick-Up model and special editions of existing models, Hakim Boutehra, general manager of Renault Commercial Roumanie, Renault's sales division said.

Although there was such a Pick-up version made by Romturingia (mainly for the use of OMV Petrom) - this time Duster Pick-Up will be a commercial version sold in the dealer network.

"It will be a work-oriented car, it will not be like Oroch (Renault Duster Oroch, a double cab pick-up truck produced by the French manufacturer Renault for the South American market since September 2015)," said Boutehra, quoted by local website 0-100.ro.

Duster Pick-Up is highly likely to become the most affordable pick-up in the market, with Dacia's well-developed network for sales and service. The car will be more utility-oriented than hobby-oriented which means that the finishes will be rather simple than luxurious.  

Most likely, Duster Pick-Up will hit the market in the second quarter of 2019. "It is now in the approval process for sale," Boutehra confirmed.

(Photo: Dacia Romania on Facebook)

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Romania Insider
Romania's Dacia to launch Duster Pick-up in 2019

Renault Romania, with its brands Dacia, Renault, and Nissan, ended an excellent 2018 year and heads toward an equally exciting year in 2019 when the group will launch the Duster Pick-Up model and special editions of existing models, Hakim Boutehra, general manager of Renault Commercial Roumanie, Renault's sales division said.

Although there was such a Pick-up version made by Romturingia (mainly for the use of OMV Petrom) - this time Duster Pick-Up will be a commercial version sold in the dealer network.

"It will be a work-oriented car, it will not be like Oroch (Renault Duster Oroch, a double cab pick-up truck produced by the French manufacturer Renault for the South American market since September 2015)," said Boutehra, quoted by local website 0-100.ro.

Duster Pick-Up is highly likely to become the most affordable pick-up in the market, with Dacia's well-developed network for sales and service. The car will be more utility-oriented than hobby-oriented which means that the finishes will be rather simple than luxurious.  

Most likely, Duster Pick-Up will hit the market in the second quarter of 2019. "It is now in the approval process for sale," Boutehra confirmed.

(Photo: Dacia Romania on Facebook)

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