Following the announcement of two-wheel-drive diesel editions of the Duster earlier this year, a trio of four-wheel-drive versions have been added to the line-up. The range mirrors the 4×2 line-up, in Essential, Comfort and Prestige trim levels. Prices start at £15,695, with the same 114bhp 1.5-litre dCi powerplant found under the bonnet. The price premium for all-wheel traction is £2,000, with all iterations mated to a six-speed manual gearbox.
Maximum towing weight is 1,500kg, the same as the front-wheel-drive edition, with the kerbweight increasing by 85kgs. CO2 emissions of 123g/km show a deficiency of 8g/km, while fuel economy on the combined cycle is 60.1mpg, as opposed to 64.2mpg for the 4×2. The Essential model costs £15,695, the Comfort at £17,395, with the flagship Prestige priced at £18,695. The new additions to the range are available to order now.