[SinglePic not found]Dacia Sandero Stepway’s trailblazing looks are a sure sign that it was born for adventure. Its raised ground clearance (up 20mm compared with the Sandero hatchback), black and body-coloured bumpers – which house the satin-finish chrome front and rear skid-plates –, foglamps and longitudinal roofbars (black and satin-finish chrome) ensure that Dacia Sandero Stepway is in its element whatever the type of road. Read the rest of this entry »
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May 07 2009
Mar 02 2009
Duster – Dacia’s first concept crossover – is proud to be different. Seen from the driver’s side, it is visibly a sporting coupé, yet passengers entering from the other side will see it as an MPV (Multi Purpose Vehicle) with a traditionally opening front door and rear-hinged rear door which suggest plush travelling refinement.
Duster’s height of 1.49 metres, short front and rear overhangs (65cm and 80cm respectively), generous wheelbase (2.80m) and compact volumes (4.25m long, 1.64m wide) exude an overriding sense of robustness and sports appeal. Read the rest of this entry »
Feb 02 2009
In keeping with its environmental strategy illustrated by the “Dacia eco²” signature launched at the 2008 Paris Motor Show, Dacia is now broadening its offer of economical and ecological engines. During 2009, Dacia will introduce new versions running with alternative energies: Sandero and Logan 1.4 LPG, Logan MCV 1.6 LPG, Sandero 1.6 E85 bioethanol. Sandero and Logan will also be available with a new petrol engine, the 1.2 16V 75hp, with limited CO2 emissions of 139g/km.
Nov 24 2008
With Logan van and Logan pick-up, Dacia is launching a new entry-level offering in the European light commercial vehicle segment. Both models remain true to the key Dacia brand values of simplicity, robustness and roominess at competitive prices, and bring customers all the brand’s cleverness and generosity. Read the rest of this entry »