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Dacia said that it will be releasing special edition versions of its Summit range on March 7, during the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show. This includes not only the Duster and Sandero Stepway but even the Logan MCV Stepway.
Using the highest equipment level, Dacia is confident that this special edition will stand out from the crowd especially with the offer of two exclusive colors for the exterior. These are Nordic Grey or Magma Orange, though the latter is only for the Sandero Stepway.
Specifically for the Stepway lineup, complementing the new colors will be the Grey Flex 16-inch wheels. Meanwhile the Duster will be fitted with the alloy 16-inch black diamond-cut Cyclades wheels.Read the entire article Dacia to unveil Summit Special Edition at 2017 Geneva Motor Show
Dacia’s three signature models -- the Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan MCV – have received some major revisions for the 2017 model year. The Dacia Logan has also been refreshed for the new model year in select markets in Europe.
These refurbishments include a wide range of engine selections and transmission as well as new equipment options. Dacia has also refreshed the exterior and interior design of the Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan MCV – providing them with a new, more modern and more assertive lighting signature.
Moreover, Dacia has now made it possible to equip the Duster with an EDC (Efficient Dual Clutch) automatic transmission.Read the entire article Dacia refreshes Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan MCV for 2017MY
An important milestone was reached by Dacia as the Romanian car manufacturer owned by Renault managed to sell 3 million vehicles in 10 years. On 14th October, at Dacia’s booth from 2014 Paris Motor Show, Andres Palomo Daz was the lucky customer that received the keys to the 3 millionth vehicle, a brand new Dacia Sandero Stepway, form Nicolas Wertans, Renault Group, Senior Vice-President Global Sales.
According to the press release, Dacia is also seeing some impressive sales in Europe this year as its sales increased by 36.2 percent in the first six months of 2014. Moreover, Dacia’s market share increased in all its Mediterranean markets despite the unfavorable market conditions encountered in these countries.
The company announced that its expansion continues and its cars will be available also in Israel by the end of the year.Read the entire article 3,000,000th Dacia, a Sandero Stepway, reaches its customer
Dacia is introducing its new Sandero Midnight special edition that builds on the current top-of-the-range Lauréate specs. The new special edition features the same specs of the Laureate version, but adds exclusive extras to give it a classy yet discreet look.
The Sandero Midnight features a 15-inch 'Aquila' alloy wheels and an exclusive Slate Grey metallic paint finish complemented by a gloss black exterior trim on the door mirrors and B-pillar. This theme is continued inside the cabin, as the gloss black trim can be seen on the door handles, central console surround and steering wheel.
The special edition also features a 'Comfort Pack' that includes electric rear windows and a leather steering wheel – all on top of the extensive standard equipment already included from the Lauréate trim level. This means that the Sandero Midnight features air conditioning, electric front windows, cruise control, speed limiter and a trip computer.Read the entire article Dacia launches new Sandero Midnight Limited Edition
And the car everyone was waiting for it is about to happen! According to Autocar, who spoke with Renaultsport boss Mr. Patrice Ratti, the French carmaker will indeed build a high-performance RS version of the Dacia Sandero. Although it will be available only in Russia and Brazil, the vehicle will go on sale next year.
Ratti confirmed the fact that the Dacia Sandero RS project is well underway but didn’t give any details regarding the engine found under the hood.
Taking in consideration that the most powerful version of the Sandero is powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder petrol engine, there are big chances to see the same powerplant on theupcoming vehicle.Read the entire article Renault preparing an RS version of the Dacia Sandero
The Dacia Sandero will be launched in the UK this January. With a price tag of £5995, it’s easily the cheapest car currently available in the country. Set to rival the Ford Fiesta, the Sandero will be added to the Dacia lineup for the UK launch, joining the £8995 Duster SUV. The Sandero is priced low but it won’t hold back on technology or equipment.
It is powered by an engine from the new Renault Clio range and will feature the newest 0.9-litre three-cylinder petrol. Meanwhile, the base £5995 Sandero Access model is offered just with a normally aspirated 74bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine. Inside its kit, we found black bumpers and 15-inch steel wheels. The Ambiance trim consists of upgrades that are worth an additional £800.
These upgrades include body-coloured bumpers, remote central locking, electric front windows and Bluetooth connectivity. The Ambiance trim is offered on the Clio 4\\\'s 89bhp 0.9-litre petrol engine (at £7595) and the newest 89bhp 1.5-litre dCi diesel engine (at £8595). The range-topping Laureate trim is priced £1100 higher than Ambiance and is available with all three engine options.Read the entire article 2013 Dacia Sandero UK pricing announced
The new Logan and the Sandero are not the only Dacia premieres from the 2012 Paris Motor Show, as the Romanian manufacturer now owned by Renault also unveiled today the all-new Sandero Stepway. For those who don’t know, the Stepway is an off-road version of the Sandero and the driver sits 40 mm above the ground in order to be sure it will reach its destination.
Moreover, the new Sandero Stepway comes with a new plastic bodykit consisting of a new front bumper, new side sills, new design for the fenders, a new rear bumper and a new set of 16-inch wheels. In addition, the car offers a multimedia system, cruise control and air conditioning.
Under the hood, we find the three-cylinder 899 cc TCe 90 engine delivering 90 hp and 135 Nm of torque. This engine promises a fuel consumption of just 52.3 mpg and only 125 g/km CO2 emissions. A dCi 90 1.5-liter diesel engine is also available with 90 hp and 200 Nm of torque. This engine has a fuel consumption of 68.9 mpg and emits only 105 g/km CO2.Read the entire article 2013 Dacia Sandero Stepway introduced at the Paris Motor Show
Renault has introduced the new Dacia Sandero -- one of the most affordable new cars in the UK. With a price lower than £7000, this is the model that’s expected to rival the Ford Fiesta. The new Sandero will have its public debut at the Paris motor show next week. UK showrooms will get the model next January, together with the £8995 Duster crossover.
This coincides with the UK launch of Renault’s budget brand. The new Sandero is built on the same B0 platform that Dacia’s entire product range uses. Dacia can achieve the economies of scale that result in low list prices by making use of the same platform throughout its five model lineups.
Even when they use the same underpinnings, the appearance of the new five-door Sandero is more distinctive than its conservative predecessor. It’s styled to be quite thick and offers a lot of character. Meanwhile, the front end’s appearance comes from the Duster.Read the entire article This is the all-new 2013 Dacia Sandero
The Romanian carmaker Renault will be coming out with a Sandero Stepway, a model that will join the cheaper Dacia Logan and Sandero in the Dacia-Renault product line, and which will be shown in two simultaneous shows, one at the Barcelona Motor Show and the other in Paris at the L'Atelier Renault showroom.
The Dacia Sandero Stepway will be the European version of the Renault Sandero Stepway which is currently in the markets of Brazil and produced by Renault in its Curitiba plant. Both versions share about 80 percent of parts, together with roofbars and bumpers both at the front and rear.
The Dacia version will be reaching dealerships in Europe by September this year and can be ordered by July. Depending on the market, there will be two powerplant arrangement that will be offered: a 1.6-liter gasoline engine with 90hp and a dCI 70 diesel unit. The fuel efficiency of the Dacia Stepway is rated at 7.6 liters per 100km (30.9mpg) for the gasoline variant and 5.3 liters per 100km (44.3mpg) for the diesel variant.Read the entire article Dacia Sandero Stepway unveiled at the Barcelona Motor Show
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