Should I buy a Dacia Duster Bi-Fuel LPG?

I'm thinking of buying a Dacia Duster. The salesperson at the dealer has told me there is a new LPG version of the Duster. What do you think about the Bi-Fuel Duster? Should I buy one?

Asked on 26 August 2020 by martin sanders

Answered by Andrew Brady
It probably depends whether you live close to (or regularly pass) an LPG filling station. If you do, you'll soon recoup the cost of the Bi-Fuel model over a standard Duster. It'll be cheaper to run and won't hinder practicality.
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