Dacia like to make things as simple as possible and their model structure is no different. There's one engine, two trim levels and the option of 4WD for just under £2,000. Entry-level Ambiance trim includes electric front windows, a height-adjustable steering wheel and driver's seat, luggage area lighting, a four-speaker radio/CD player with MP3 compatibility, Bluetooth, AUX and USB sockets.
Spend another £1,000 or so and the top spec Laureate models gain alloy wheels, satin chrome roof bars, side sills and scuff plates, a seven-function trip computer, heated and electrically adjustable door mirrors, cruise control with speed limiter and air conditioning. For less than £500, you can get a touchscreen sat-nav infotainment system, a bit of a bargain. To keep you safe, all models get ABS with emergency brake assist, electronic stability control, traction control and 4 airbags.
While you could compare the Duster Commercial to other car-based vans, nothing else that's new can offer 4WD (or arguably this level of style) for so little money. The rear doors should make loading and unloading easier too.