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Renault To Make a BIG Comeback With The New Duster

It seems that the French are all set to take the court again as Renault is going to make a comeback in the Indian market with the brand new version of its first sub-compact SUV in India, The Renault Duster.

2024 Renault Duster
2024 Renault Duster

With that said, the Renault-Nissan JV will announce the next phase of its investment in India by the end of this month. The JV also plans to invest just over $500 million or roughly 4,000 crores in India within the next 5 years.

  • According to senior company employees, the funding is in its final stages of approval
  • There’s another great news with the $500 million investment, both brands also plan on introducing a new CMF-B platform.
  • It is also speculated that the Renault Duster will also make its comeback by 2024-25.
  • We also expect to see the facelifted version of the Renault Kiger and the Nissan Magnite by mid-2023.
The 2022 Brezza
  • During this time Renault might as well introduce other CBU units between new launches.
  • The last update on the Renault Duster was introduced back in 2018 and with limited sales, it was expected to be discontinued.
  • But, it seems that Renault still had some other plans for the Hyundai Venue and the  Maruti Suzuki Brezza rival.
  • The European spec Dacia/Renault Duster comes with a 1.5 dCi diesel engine churning 113 HP along with a 4*2 & 4*4 variant.
  • Although, It is also quite certain that Renault might follow in the footsteps of its fellow Indian carmakers like Hyundai and Maruti and quit the Diesel market for good.
Jaskaran Singh Bhola
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