The Dacia Duster has been on the market for over three years, so the company is reportedly preparing to introduce a facelifted model at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

The Dacia Duster has been on the market for over three years, so the company is reportedly preparing to introduce a facelifted model at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

France's La Tribune says the crossover will receive an extensive refreshening which includes a new front fascia. Nothing is official, but the Duster will likely adopt a dynamic front end that closely mirrors newer models like the Logan and Sandero.

The interior is also slated for a makeover which will reportedly include a new dashboard, upgraded upholstery and additional sound deadening material. We can also expect a new infotainment system with GPS navigation.

Under the hood, engine options will apparently carryover with some modifications to reduce CO2 emissions.

The Frankfurt Motor Show kicks off on September 10th, so expect to learn more in the coming months.

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Dacia Duster facelift headed to Frankfurt - report