The company has so far received 10,000 orders for the SUV, which was launched earlier this month.
The Duster costs between Rs 7.19 lakh and Rs 11.29 lakh, and is available in both petrol and diesel.
In line with increasing demand, the car maker also plans to increase the number of dealers in the country from 60 to 100 by the end of the year.
"This year, we are looking to sell a total number of vehicles which is twenty times more what we sold last year. Duster is one of the five products that we have announced to launch in India," Renault India managing director Marc Nassif said earlier this month.
The Duster has helped the company attain 60 per cent of localization and plans to increase it to 80 per cent in the next twelve months, Nassif had said.
The Duster directly competes with the Mahindra Scorpio.
The official also stressed on the need for the company to enter the small-car segment, which sees maximum sales in the country, adding that the company has already appointed a director for small cars and is working on a plan for the same.