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Dacia milestone: 3 million cars sold in 10 years


The Romanian based automaker Dacia is currently celebrating a big milestone in its history as it has managed to sell no less than 3 million vehicles in the past 10 years. Dacia has been turned in just a few years into a successful brand by Renault with sales worldwide reaching 3 million cars over the past 10 years. According to the ...
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Dacia Logan celebrates its 10th birthday
The Dacia Logan has been introduced back in 2004 and now the company has announced the celebration of the model’s 10th birthday. Originally introduced under the codename “X90” and developed over ...
Dacia milestone: 5 million cars produced in Romania
Dacia is currently celebrating a production of 5 million cars in Romania as the landmark model is a facelifted Duster crossover, finished in a black shade. Things are working better than ...
Dacia plans 6,000 euro citycar – may hit the market in late 2015
Renault’s low cost brand, Dacia plans to build a new low cost citycar that is expected to start at 6,000 Euro – the cheapest ever model from the Romanian automaker. At ...
Dacia plans new budget car
The Romanian based automaker Dacia is planning to introduce a new budget car, which will also be the smallest one produced at Mioveni, currently. Dacia will be expanding its lineup with ...
Renault increases European market share and grows its global sales in 2013
The French company defied the European slump and gained ground in Russia and emerging markets as its vehicle sales rose 3.1 % in 2013 and pledged further growth this year ...
Dacia leads European growth in 2013
While other more established manufacturers suffer from poor sales, Dacia leads the pack with volume growth as industry data for the first 11 months of 2013 show strong demand for ...
Renault expands production in Morocco to meet Dacia demand
Needing to meet strong demand in Europe for the Sandero model, Renault is expanding Dacia production at its plant in Tangier, Morocco. The subcompact is Dacia's best-selling model in Europe, with ...
Renault is planning hybrid cars, Dacia could get some too
The French based automaker Renault is planning to develop some hybrid cars which should make their way onto the market over the following years. After developing a few full electric vehicles, ...
Report – Renault to develop plug-in hybrids
According to French newspaper Les Echos, Renault is hard at work on hybrid technologies, including a plug-in hybrid drivetrain, which it may be put in the passenger vehicles before 2020. Renault's ...

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