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Dacia Duster scoops coveted Good Housekeeping Reader accolade

Dacia Duster scoops coveted Good Housekeeping Reader accolade
The Dacia Duster has been handed a coveted Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended accolade, with the magazine’s survey revealing that an impressive 92 per cent of Dacia Duster-owning readers would happily recommend the car to friends, relatives and colleagues.

Based on the analysis of owner questionnaires by the expert panel at the Good Housekeeping Institute, this accolade is only awarded to products that excel in their field when judged against four key areas of performance/enjoyment, overall acceptability, whether they would purchase again and, crucially, whether they’d recommend it to friends and family.

Not only were Duster owners keen to recommend the cars to others, 85 per cent claimed the Duster was good value for money, while overall they rated the car an impressive 8.4 out of 10. Summing up their Dacia Duster ownership experience to the Good Housekeeping Institute, readers had the following to say:

‘Far better for the money, beats more expensive competitors’ hands down.’

‘Value for money compared to other SUVs.’

‘It looks stylish, has innovative technology and a quality interior and exterior.’

Reflecting on more success for the Dacia Duster, Ben Fletcher, Head of Dacia UK said: ‘We’re hugely excited by the positive response and feedback that owners have for the Duster and delighted that the car has received a Good Housekeeping Reader Recommended stamp of approval. Any recognition is an honour, but to receive such great feedback from happy owners is the ultimate accolade.’

The Dacia Duster range starts at just £10,995. There’s a choice of three petrol engines and one diesel model, plus five trim levels, from the entry-level Access through to the lavishly equipped flagship Techroad version.