Category Archives : Dacia
Will be unveiled on 29 September. Dacia has revealed the new Dacia Sandero, Dacia Sandero Stepway, Dacia Logan and Dacia Logan MCV ahead of their.
Should go on sale by end of 2016. The 2016 Dacia Sandero (facelift) has been spied testing for the first time, courtesy Motor1. The facelifted.
Belongs to a new range of limited edition Dacias. The Dacia Duster Essential has been unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. It belongs to.
Comes with an ECO mode and a stop-start system. Renault has introduced the Easy-R AMT system on some of the Dacia cars. The AMT unit.
Limited edition with exclusive features. Dacia has announced the launch of two new limited editions of the Dacia Duster and Dacia Sandero for the European.
Easy-R will be available in Dacia cars by end of this year. Dacia has unveiled the 2016 Dacia Sandero Stepway with a new Easy-R AMT.
Gets upgraded equipment and a 5-speed automated gearbox. Renault-owned Dacia has unveiled an updated version of the Dacia Duster at the 2015 IAA in Frankfurt,.
Dacia will offer AMT in its vehicles in Europe, will call it Easy-R. Dacia’s products will soon be getting an option for AMT technology in Europe..
Packs a new 1.6-liter engine compliant with EU6. Dacia has revised the engine lineup of the Dacia Duster (retailed here as the Renault Duster), including.
Not a production model variant of the Dacia Duster, reportedly. A double cab pick-up version of the Dacia Duster (rebadged Renault Duster in India) has.
Will sit under the Sandero. French website Largus claims that the Renault XBA – to be unveiled in Chennai on May 20th – has a.
Available in the Laureate trim. Dacia has showcased its 10th anniversary special edition versions of its whole model range, except the Dokker Van, at the.
New 1.2-litre engine is scheduled for 2016. Renault has announced a new 1.2-litre petrol engine for the Dacia Duster at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show..
Could be made at Dacia’s African plant. The Datsun Redi-Go concept previews the low-cost brand’s entry-level small car for developing countries like India, Africa, Indonesia.
Dacia will enter the Israeli market by end of this year. Renault-owned Romanian carmaker, Dacia, said yesterday that it has sold 3 million cars since.