Specifically, it is a specimen from 2021, which is powered by a 1.5-liter four-cylinder turbodiesel with an output of 84 kW (115 hp) and a torque of 260 Nm. The Romanian SUV with all-wheel drive has some 30,000 kilometers behind it.

So far, nothing special, no reason why the seller should ask 49,999 euros for this car, i.e. about 1.23 million crowns.

And we won’t even find it in standard equipment. The Prestige model offers, for example, manual air conditioning, navigation, cruise control, a rear camera or heated front seats, but this is also nothing extraordinary.

The reason for the high asking price can still be found mostly in the cabin, although a look at the roof can be a clue. There is a motorhome on it, which indicates that this Duster was not used as a classic car.

An even bigger surprise appears after opening the fifth door, as the luggage compartment is largely filled by two boxes. In fact, these are modules of a remarkable camping kit, which in a compact package includes quite a lot of accessories – a gas stove with three burners, a sink, a refrigerator, water tanks or storage spaces for kitchen utensils. The large workspace looks interesting.

The seller also mentions a coffee machine, camping chairs and a table, a camping dry toilet or an awning. The roof tent offers a bed with a length of 210 and a width of 140 centimeters. It is accessible by a ladder.

But the presence of the camping kit also means that the Duster lacks rear seats – so it is a two-seater. However, the new owner gets the bench for the car. It is also strange that the current German owner rented the car, so any adventurer could – and it seems, still can – borrow it.