The exception is the Air Duster, which will be named Blackstorm on the Belgium and Luxembourg markets. Basically, the Romanian manufacturer takes advantage of the French appetite for its products and tries to make two of the most popular models much more attractive.
In the case of Air Duster, we are talking about a special version that comes a year after the facelift and which brings colorful ornaments painted in Yellow Imperial, together with aeronautical reasons to emphasize the idea of elevation.
The reason that inspires aviation enthusiasts is reflected both on the outside and inside, which is a stylized altimeter on the upholstery, on the hood, on the rear left door and the bottom of the steering wheel. In addition, the upholstery has a thick seam that mimics the yellow shade of the side mirror covers. Likewise we have black colored inserts.
As in the case of the Sandero range the equipment offered with this special version includes ticking almost all cells in the list of options for the Mioveni SUV and the engines on offer are identical to those offered before.
The Dacia Duster Air will be available with the 1.2-liter TCe turbo unit rated at 125 horsepower, and the 1.5-liter diesel developing 110 horsepower. If the petrol version will be available only with front-wheel drive in the case of the diesel there will be a list of options which includes all-wheel drive.
Prices start at 16,200 euro for the petrol version and reach 18,900 euro for the 4×4 diesel. These are available only on the French market.
Along with the Dacia Duster Air, at the Romanian manufacturer’s stall we will find Sandero Black Touch. As the name implies, the model was designed around the color black. Based on the Laureate trim level, the Sandero Black Touch comes with body colored bumpers, black pearl inlays and 15-inch alloy wheels.
The Sandero Black Touch comes with a new Gray Comets metalized color, and 15-inch rims with a Dark Metal finish. This color is found on the side mirror housings and central pillar bands, and customers will find the Nacre Noir finish on the inside too, both on the center console and on the center of the steering wheel. The door handles are chrome and provide a welcome contrast, as does the Dacia logo with chrome finish on the steering wheel.
On the inside changes are shy, but they include a little more generous equipment like cruise control, air conditioning and MediaNav multimedia system.
List of engines will include two petrol units (1.2 liters and 75 hp, and the turbocharged TCe with 90 horsepower) and a diesel 1.5 dCi rated at 90 hp.
The starting price is from 10,450 euro for the Sandero Black Touch.