This Is Renault’s New Duster Oroch Small Pickup Truck

Renault pulled the digital wraps off its new Duster Oroch small pickup truck in a world premiere at the Buenos Aires International Motor Show in Argentina today.

The French brand’s first pickup truck model is based on their low-cost Dacia Duster SUV and it’s primarily aimed at South American markets where nearly 1 million vehicles of this type are sold every year.

Renault previewed the Duster Oroch with a concept model late last year in Brazil, giving us a pretty accurate idea of the production car that drops the study’s fancier trimmings, colors and lights, but otherwise, is almost identical.

According to Renault, the Oroch offers “impeccable accessibility thanks to the four doors, generous internal space due to five proper seats, a generous bed and the proven robustness and reliability of Renault Duster”.

In Argentina, the Duster Oroch will be available with 1.6-liter and a 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline engines, and will also feature the brand’s new Media NAV Evolution infotainment system with navigation and a 7-inch touch-screen.

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  • Tony

    This wold sell like hot cakes if they sold this in North America.

    • Ken Lyns

      They would need to build it in Mexico instead of Brazil, to avoid the chicken tax.

  • Eunos

    Dat ass, though…

  • bring it to RSA!!

  • Simon Charreyre

    RENAULT! Please do yourself a favor and put a Dacia Logo on it then bring it to Europe !

  • Six Thousand Times

    “The French brand’s first pickup truck model…” Hmmm, bet you didn’t look that one up. 🙂

  • Yourmanistaken

    Reminds me of the Subaru Baja

  • TheHake

    Put a low range box in it!

  • Mehmet Ali Özgündüz

    Selling the pick up version in Turkey under Dacia brand will let them get around the ridicolously high taxes on passenger cars, which are not applied to pick ups. The price difference will be as high as 35%. by the way, Dacia Duster is the leader in SUV sales in Turkey since its launch.

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