The Dacia affordable brand, which has been a rising star among Renault Group’s acquisitions, wants to improve French sales through a limited-edition Dokker model.
In April, the Romanian automaker also has a special Dacia Addict dealer days weekend, used by the company to promote the recently unveiled Dokker ‘Emblème’. The model is only an equipment upgrade, bringing no novelties on the technical side.
The limited-edition Dokker Emblème prices start from €13,750 and €15,250 for the TCe 115 petrol and dCi 90 diesel versions, with the special edition based on the Laureate trim. Inside, the model features as standard equipment the very useful MEDIA NAV multimedia/navigation system which also has a 7 inch touchscreen, while every day use is boosted by the presence of the cruise control with speed limiter and fabric carpet mats.
The exterior also differentiates from the standard trim by featuring 16-inch Panache alloy wheels, longitudinal roof bars and extra-tinted rear glass. The cabin comes with new upholstery and a gloss black centre console.
The Dokker model was launched as the brand’s MPV (it also has a van version), alongside the seven seat Lodgy, replacing all together the very successful Logan MCV.
by Aurel Niculescu
) - Friday, April 11th, 2014 - filed under Dacia
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