New from Dacia with a wide range of B and C models at very competitive prices. The huge rise in sales of the Dacia Sandero in Europe.
The Dacia brand is making exciting progress in the automotive market, thanks to its compact, reliable and above all low-cost models, able to attract large segments of customers. There is great excitement around its models, and it should be noted that in the first two months of 2023, the best-selling model in Europe was Dasha Sanderowhich overtook the queen of 2022: the Peugeot 508. For two years 2023-2024, the Romanian brand launches a further commercial offensive with other models and restyling that should make the height even more stable.
there dacia duster It debuted in 2023 with an update that makes it more modern, sporty and aggressive. Awaiting the arrival of the new generation by 2024. Spacious cabin, generous trunk capacity, thanks to the typical crossover dimensions: 4.3 meters long, 1.8 meters wide and 1.69 meters high. Available in five trim levels, it has a wide range of engines: 90-horsepower 1.0 TCe and 150-horsepower 1.3 TCe. For those who really don’t want to part with the diesel, the 115 HP 1.5 BlueDCi is available with two- or four-wheel drive. List prices start at around €15,000.
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The Renault Group satellite company has announced that it will also launch a new vehicle to make room for the C segment. In the coming months, Dacia Bigster, a compact SUV with a length of 4.60 meters, which will accommodate seven passengers and will integrate hybrid technologies. It will likely have a beating heart of 1.2 TCe combined with a hybrid system and will have satisfactory standard equipment. The starting price could be around 25,000 euros, which could go down with a car being scrapped. Certainly the price is much lower than its direct competitors in the segment.
there Dacia spring It is the first electric car of the Romanian brand, a city car with a crossover appearance, capable of traveling more than 300 km on a single charge and with a price of approximately 25 thousand euros. Also in this case the price can easily go down with environmental incentives and products used for scrap. The 27.4 kWh battery can be recharged to 80% in less than an hour using the 30 kW DC poles. With a 7.4 kW wallbox, it recharges to 100% in about five hours. It can run from 0 to 100 km/h in 19.1 seconds and reach a speed of 125 km/h.
In the coming years, Dacia will also launch a new SUV called Fastback For which at the moment only renderings are circulated. There is no official news about it yet, but it will certainly be equipped with a hybrid engine capable of delivering an approximate power of 145 horsepower and can provide more substantial technological equipment to keep up with the competition.
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Borsa Italiana, commentary of the March 21, 2023 hearing