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Dacia vehicles

Dacia Duster

Scandalously affordable

The Duster SUV, revealed in 2010, is the best-selling Dacia brand car. Over one million units have been produced since launch under the Renault and Dacia brands. Duster is manufactured at Pitesti in Romania, Chennai in India, and Envigado in Colombia.

Dacia Sandero

Affordable, robust and generous

Also available as Sandero Stepway. Unveiled in 2008 under the Dacia brand and a year later under the Renault brand, Sandero is built on the same platform as Logan. The smallest vehicle in the Dacia range, it was comprehensively restyled in 2012. Sandero is produced at Casablanca and Tangiers in Morocco and Pitesti in Romania.

Dacia Logan

Unlimited practical space

Also available as Logan MCV. Dacia Logan was launched in 2004, replacing the Dacia 1300, and was completely restyled in 2012. With Logan, the Renault group shook up auto industry cues by bringing motorists a robust, reliable and modern vehicle for $6,000. Dacia Logan is produced at the Pitesti plant in Romania and the Casablanca plant in Morocco.

Dacia Dokker

Perfect for families and professionals alike

Dacia Dokker, making its debut at the 2012 Casablanca Motor Show, is a practical and versatile five-seater model. Its body design and proportions reflect generous interior space, accessed by sliding side doors with glass windows. Dokker is produced at the Tangiers site in Morocco, a plant that emits zero carbon and zero industrial liquid discharges.

Dacia Lodgy

A generous, roomy and affordable MPV

Marketed internationally under the Renault brand. Also available as Logan MCV. Dacia Logan was launched in 2004, replacing the Dacia 1300, and was completely restyled in 2012. With Logan, the Renault group shook up auto industry cues by bringing motorists a robust, reliable and modern vehicle for $6,000. Dacia Logan is produced at the Pitesti plant in Romania and the Casablanca plant in Morocco.
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