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Poll: Which trim level of Dacia Duster have you ordered? Did you add an extended warranty? (193 member(s) have cast votes)

What trim level did you got for?

  1. Access 4x2 (13 votes [6.74%])

    Percentage of vote: 6.74%

  2. Access 4x4 (11 votes [5.70%])

    Percentage of vote: 5.70%

  3. Ambiance 4x2 (28 votes [14.51%])

    Percentage of vote: 14.51%

  4. Ambiance 4x4 (18 votes [9.33%])

    Percentage of vote: 9.33%

  5. Laureate 4x2 (65 votes [33.68%])

    Percentage of vote: 33.68%

  6. Laureate 4x4 (58 votes [30.05%])

    Percentage of vote: 30.05%

Did you extend your warranty?

  1. No (124 votes [64.25%])

    Percentage of vote: 64.25%

  2. Yes - 5 years (50 votes [25.91%])

    Percentage of vote: 25.91%

  3. Yes - 7 years (19 votes [9.84%])

    Percentage of vote: 9.84%

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#21
Lotchjelly

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I've ordered the 4x2 Ambiance in white wit ASR. I was able to test drive the white 4x4 Laureate version and was well pleased with it but as I've not needed 4x4 in the past opted for 4x2. I'm pretty sure it can take what our typical Scottish weather can throw at it after all.I just can't wait to get my hands on mine now!!!!


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Laureate 4x4 dci, Adventurer Pack, ASR and if the money is there we'll go for a 5 year warranty. If not we'll be happy with 3 years.

 

Just gotta get the thing ordered haha.


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Didnt order extended warranty at time of purchase today :)   dacia site explains that warranty extension can be purchased hates at any times of  in the first 12 months..  No point paying interest on something that I can buy later


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Ordered a Laureate in Granite Grey 4x2 with Protection pack and styling pack.

me too. good choice

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Ordered a Laureate in Granite Grey 4x2 with Protection pack and styling pack.

me too. good choice

Also Ordered a Laureate in Granite Grey 4x2,looking at bull bars.......

be sure to get plastic bars as steel/ metal one s are now illegal on new vehicles in UK now.

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Steve r have you seen any suitable, UK legal bull bars for the Duster?

 

Mick


Caspian Blue Laurette 4x4, with Styling & Protection Packs. Picked up 24 April 2013

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unfortunately not pal.

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unfortunately not pal.

but someone soon will make one I'm sure. until then don't run any bulls over ;-)
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just found this about bull bars

http://www.autostyli...icle/FB/FP.html

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Thanks that's interesting. I am not intending putting bull bars on straight away but possibly in the near future.

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Caspian Blue Laurette 4x4, with Styling & Protection Packs. Picked up 24 April 2013

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No probs cheers

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just found this about bull bars

http://www.autostyli...icle/FB/FP.html

    Steve r ,  had a look at that link , and they actually look good . Wonder if they are legal then , as they,re obviously made of metal ( stainless steel ) . Says at the bottom of the link that they comply with EU regulations 2007 , but that doesn,t particularly clarify much . 



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Hi Oystercard
There is a demo on that site that shows that they are hinged at the bottom so if you hit a anything (people/walls/bulls etc) they push back into you radiator. 2007 is when the EU banned rigid bars. These are legal but you probably still have to explain it to the police and MOT centres.
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They do meet the ENCAP and thus the UK legislation for pedestrian safety. Not cheap either.

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Ordered a Laureate 4 x 4 in Mariana Blue with ESC / ASR and paint treatment. The car dealer told me I can extend the warranty any time during the next 3 years.



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Ordered a Laureate 4 x 4 in Mariana Blue with ESC / ASR and paint treatment. The car dealer told me I can extend the warranty any time during the next 3 years.

 

 

Good work.. nice spec... 

 

What I would say though is check the official documentation.

 

I am 100% certain it says that the additional period of warranty must be purchased within the first 12 month registration

 

Tony


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Good work.. nice spec... 

 

What I would say though is check the official documentation.

 

I am 100% certain it says that the additional period of warranty must be purchased within the first 12 month registration

 

Tony

Thanks Tony ,

I will buy the additional warranty within the first 12 months.


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Thanks Tony ,
I will buy the additional warranty within the first 12 months.


Yes that is what I a proposing to do also

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We are collecting tomorrow! 4x2 Laureate in Mariana Blue with protection pack and extended warranty. Can't wait!
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Duster Laureate 4x2 in Mariana Blue with Protection Pack


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    Steve r ,  had a look at that link , and they actually look good . Wonder if they are legal then , as they,re obviously made of metal ( stainless steel ) . Says at the bottom of the link that they comply with EU regulations 2007 , but that doesn,t particularly clarify much . 

Bullbars; Am I wrong.....or were bullbars not banned in the UK for their leg and pelvis and skull breaking ability when pedestrians get in the way? This was about the eighties if I remember rightly. I have noticed them creeping back but never heard that he ban had been lifted. I just thought people were getting away with it "on the quiet" because most policemen are too young to remember !

I'm sure its much better to be scooped onto a bonnet and put your head through the windsceen beforeyour legs and back flip over the roof dragging your head and shoulders back out from the windscreen again and whip-flipping you into the path of the following vehicle.

 

Though I'm not sure....I must do some market research!! :ph34r:


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