Dacia shows off new limited editions across the Stepway family, with a distinctive new Iceland Grey livery and smart new interior at Geneva Motor Show.
Though Dacia’s resounding international success is hardly news, the brand continues to gain ground across all the regions where Dacias are sold.
Chances to try out the whole of the Dacia range don’t come that often, though Dacia has a great deal to show off right now, with no fewer than four new models holding court at the Dacia stand at the Paris Motor Show this autumn. The international press road tests under way in Portugal make a great opportunity for journalists to check out the new Dacia range. The findings are conclusive: Dacias are even more in tune with the times, but that doesn’t make them more expensive!
At this year's Paris Motor Show, Dacia is showing off a extended product range featuring two new vehicle versions and two limited editions. For those of you who can't get there this year, we visited Dacia's characteristically efficient, eye-catching “box” stand for you.
Paris Motorshow 2014: Dacia launches Lodgy Stepway, Dokker Stepway and limited editions Sandero Black Touch and Duster Blackstorm
For the Paris Motor Show, Dacia is boosting its line-up with Stepway versions of Lodgy and Dokker and two new limited editions: Dacia Sandero Black Touch and Duster Blackstorm. We have preview photos of all of them, and you can come and check them out in real life at the Dacia stand, in Hall 1 of the Paris Porte de Versailles Exhibition Centre.
[EDIT] Relive the press conference from March 5, 2013 during which - surprise! - New Logan MCV has been revealed by Jérôme Stoll, Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing & Light Commercial Vehicles. The other highlight is the Duster Adventure limited edition.
Dacia showrooms officially opened their doors in the United Kingdom and Ireland a few days ago. They are selling two flagship models in the Dacia range: Duster, the vehicle that symbolises the brand, and New Sandero, which was launched more recently.
Bloggers from all over Europe had the opportunity to test drive, before anybody else, Dacia's latest cars: Sandero, Sandero Stepway, and Logan. Revealed at the last Paris Motor Show, the cars were really put to the test