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Three Renault models are at risk of being terminated as the vehicle market steers away from vans and stations wagons. The models are the Logan MCV station wagon, Dokker car-based van and the Lodgy compact minivan from Dacia, a spokesman disclosed, confirming a report from Les Echos.
According to Inovev analyst Jamel Taganza, the market in those segments is moving toward SUV/crossovers across the subcompact, compact and economy car segments.
Sales of the Lodgy have dropped in Europe while volume for the Dokker is flat. On the other, a new generation Logan MCV helped the model post significant jump in sales.Read the entire article Renault considers dropping the Dacia Logan MCV, Dokker and Lodgy
Just in time for the 2014 Paris Motor Show, Dacia unveiled the Stepway version of its popular Lodgy and Dokker. Following the same strategy as the Sandero Stepway, the new Lodgy Stepway and Dokker Stepway arrive with body-coloued front bumpers (and rear bumper on the Lodgy), front and rear satin chrome skidplates, new fog lamps with satin chrome surrounds and black wheel arch protection.
In addition, the vehicles get dark metal-colour finish on the roof rails, rear mirrors covers as well as 16-inch alloy wheels. According to Dacia, both vehicles will be available with the well-known Azurite blue exterior colour, which is exclusive for Stepway models, as well as four other body colours.
Moreover, the ‘Stepway’ decal can be found on the front doors. Inside, we find special upholstery, ‘Stepway’ lettering embroidered on the seats, a Dark Carbon design scheme, optional Media Nav multimedia and navigation system, air conditioning, cruise control system and a reversing radar.Read the entire article 2014 Paris Motor Show Preview: Dacia presents Stepway versions of Lodgy
Dacia has commenced selling its Lodgy minivan in Denmark, the latest western European market and 41st market in the world where the brand has made known its presence. Earlier this year, Dacia has started selling it vehicle products in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The brand's expansion into Denmark marks the completion of its rollout in the European Union where strong demand for its low-cost units has helped Renault stay afloat while the region suffers from recession.
Dacia is also set to sell its Dacia Sandero subcompact at 33 Renault dealerships in Denmark. Dacia’s largest and second-largest global markets are France with 84,522 vehicles sold in 2012, and Germany with 46,617 units sold last year.
The main appeal of Dacia-badged cars lie with the fact that they typically 20-percent less costly than mainstream brand models in Europe.Read the entire article Dacia has started selling Lodgy minivan in Denmark
Where else can you find a vehicle that offers great value for money and is reliable and practical at the same time? Try finding one at Dacia. Known for producing vehicles that exudes value for money without sacrificing quality, Dacia is now offering five- and seven-seater variants of the Dacia Lodgy for a measly starting price for €9,900.
The Dacia Lodgy has dimensions of 4.5 metres in length and 1.75 meters in width, which are well reflected by the car’s contours and proportions. The Lodgy features a grille moulded around the Dacia logo and sharp lines that highlight the sculptured wheel arches, giving it a semblance of corporate aura. Dacia made sure that the Lodgy’s interior gets enough room to easily accommodate its intended number of passengers.
The seven-seater Lodgy features a third row designed to accommodate two adults. The third row offers knee and head room measurements of 144mm and 866mm respectively, offering a more than comfortable ride for two adult passengers. The two rearmost seats are installed with Isofix fittings to allow child seats and booster cushions to be attached safely and securely. As for features, the Dacia Lodgy won’t be left behind. It offers a brand-new MEDIA NAV multimedia system, which could be installed for only around €430.Read the entire article Geneva Motor Show: 2012 Dacia Lodgy has starting price of just €9,900
Dacia released today the first photos with its new vehicle, the Lodgy MPV. That’s right folks, the Romanian brand owned by Renault and known as Europe’s fastest growing automotive brand for the last six years is going to add a new vehicle in its lineup. As expected, the new Lodgy MPV will be offered with five or seven seats and is set to deliver brand’s hallmark combination of outstanding cabin space and a range of essential features tailored to meet the specific demands.
The Dacia Lodgy is the perfect car for those who are looking for an affordable vehicle and till be the perfect choise as it will be offered with a full three-year warranty and the product reliability and customer satisfaction excellence for which Dacia is renowned.
For those who don’t know (including us), the Lodgy name is derived from the English word ‘lodge’ and refers directly to the model’s ability to comfortably accommodate a family and its luggage.Read the entire article 2012 Dacia Lodgy makes its debut ahead of Geneva Motor Show
The Dacia Lodgy Glace achieved a third-place finish in its first competitive outing during the opening race of Val Thorens in France at the hands of driver Evens Stievenart. Despite complex conditions mainly due to lack of ice, drivers Evens Stievenart, Alain Prost, and Nicolas Prost, managed to showcase the remarkable ability of the latest challenger from Team Dacia. The competition continues in Andorra and the team expects lighter placing.
The Val Thorens track had an adequate layer of ice even if wintry conditions in the French Alps still had to settle. This enabled the three drivers of the team to show the ability of the Dacia Lodgy Glace to perform on the type of surface that it was initially designed. This is still the first weekend of the race but even with the delicate conditions of track, it has taught Team Dacia a lot. The initial results show what appears to be an exciting championship competition with at least 10 drivers having the chance to compete for the title.
Stievenart, who finished 3rd, shared that it was a lesson learned considering that despite the conditions, he drove as if he was on ice though it would have been appropriate to use a racing driving style. He added that on the positive side, he managed to score the necessary points and get a better idea of the potential of the Dacia Lodgy Glace. It was satisfying still to finish third in the provisional standings.Read the entire article Dacia Lodgy Glace gets third-place finish in opening race at Val Thorens
Dacia will launch a new family road car at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March. This is the sibling of the Dacia Lodgy Glace. Dacia’s third Trophée Andros campaign is different as it features an MPV. In the upcoming season, two Lodgy Glace entries will be on the grid for each race.
Alain Prost, the runner-up in the 2010 and 2011 Trophée Andros, will be driving the Dacia Duster Glace. Meanwhile, his son, Nicolas Prost and Evens Stievenart, Alain Prost's teammate and joint winner of the Superfinal at the Stade de France, Paris, will be sharing the other Lodgy Glace.
The Lodgy Glace was built specifically for the Trophée Andros, a unique racing series that’s known as one of the toughest in motorsport.Read the entire article Dacia unveils the Lodgy Glace for the 2011 Trophée Andros
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