From the makers of the wild aftermarket VW Amarok, Germany’s Delta 4×4, comes a new package for the “people’s SUV”, Dacia’s budget-friendly Duster that offers a more robust and eye catching look, while also promising to improve its off-road prowess.
It includes a 30 mm (1.2 in) lift kit combined with an underbody protection made of 5 mm (0.2 in) thick aluminum that keeps the engine and transmission safe from sharp rocks, tree roots and other solid objects.
Improving traction off the road are a set of 215/70R16 BF Goodrich All-Terrain tires and if things get sticky or slippery, then drivers have a winch at their disposal, concealed behind the front bumper. The winch is said to comply with all legal regulations, as does the polished stainless steel bull bar, which meets pedestrian protection safety standards.
Other upgrades available for the second-gen Dacia Duster from Delta 4×4 are the additional PIAA front lights, roof rack, LED light bar and a selection of different rims. The pictured wheel set, complete with the BF Goodrich rubber, costs €1,790 ($1,998). Opting for different tires will drop the price to €1,350 ($1,507).
The roof rack will set you back for €798 ($891), the bull bar costs €296 ($330) and is available in black, too and the lift kit is another €450 ($502). The 2-ton (4,409 lbs) winch can be yours for €1,178 ($1,315). Depending on how powerful they are, the extra lights cost between €264 and €500 ($295-$558) and the LED lights from €300 ($335) to €949 ($1,060). These prices are for the German market and include tax.