Tag: Dacia

Dacia Focused On Affordability, Won’t Go Electric Until It Absolutely Has To

Renault’s value brand, Dacia, is more focused on keeping prices low than it is on moving towards electrified drivetrains. That means it won’t introduce hybrid and electric vehicles until it absolutely has to. “The question is not technical, we can put that technology on our cars, we have this [hybrid] technology on the [Renault] Clio […]

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2022 Dacia Jogger Unveiled As An Adventurous 7-Seater Crossover Wagon

Dacia has dropped the curtains on the Jogger, a three-row crossover wagon, ahead of its world premiere at the 2021 IAA Mobility show in Munich. The 7-seater model is the longest in Dacia’s current range, while sharing many components with the Sandero Stepway crossover supermini. The Jogger will be initially offered with petrol and bi-fuel engines […]

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Dacia Sandero Beats VW Golf To Become Europe’s Best Seller In July

In a surprising turn of events, the Dacia Sandero has been crowned Europe’s best-selling car for July 2021, beating the VW Golf in its own game. The Romanian budget-friendly supermini sold 20,446 units in July, proving to be quite popular with European buyers and reaching the top spot for the first time ever. In total, […]

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As Mitsubishi and Dacia Ready Cheap EVs, Low-Price Vehicles To Combat Chinese Rivals May Go Worldwide

As part of a plan to make itself a niche in the electric vehicle market, Mitsubishi recently announced plans to release an EV priced at less than two million yen ($18,100 USD) in Japan. Nikkei Asia reports that when Mitsubishi’s low-price EV arrives in 2023, it will be based on the Minicab MiEV but will […]

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Dacia Duster Updated With Fresh Design Details And New Tech

Romanian carmaker Dacia has unveiled the facelifted version of its best-seller, the Duster SUV. After four years in the market, the second-gen Dacia Duster gets some visual tweaks, new technology, and an automatic transmission option in order to stay fresh. Visually don’t expect any dramatic changes, as the Duster already had an appealing design successfully […]

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