Renault to stop rebadging Dacia models in Russia, Brazil, except Duster

Renault to stop rebadging Dacia models in Russia, Brazil, except Duster

Posted: Sep 5, 2018

Renault will gradually stop rebadging Dacia models as Renaults because the French company wants to move its main brand upmarket.

2018 Dacia Duster: New car, same looks, should still be great

2018 Dacia Duster: New car, same looks, should still be great

Posted: Sep 1, 2017

The new second generation Dacia Duster looks a lot like the original SUV, but it should be better in every way. More details coming at the Frankfurt show.

Dacia Duster (2017, second generation) photos

Dacia Duster (2017, second generation) photos

Posted: Aug 30, 2017

The second-gen Dacia Duster has an evolutionary design, larger cabin, more steeply raked windscreen, 17-inch wheels, and LED lights.

Dacia etymology: What is it named after? What does it mean?

Dacia etymology: What is it named after? What does it mean?

Posted: Apr 8, 2016

Dacia is Renault’s increasingly popular low cost automotive brand, but where does the Romanian marque get its name and what does it mean?

Dacia Duster (2013, B0) photo gallery

Dacia Duster (2013, B0) photo gallery

Posted: Apr 6, 2016

Launched in 2013, the Dacia Duster is the Romanian brand’s first SUV. Attractive styling and pricing have made it popular in emerging and developed markets.

Dacia Sandero (second generation) photo gallery

Dacia Sandero (second generation) photo gallery

Posted: Sep 7, 2015

Launched in 2012, the second generation Dacia Sandero is the hatchback version of the Romanian company’s Logan sedan. Sold as a Reanult in some countries.

Renault Duster Oroch (first generation) photo gallery

Renault Duster Oroch (first generation) photo gallery

Posted: Jun 18, 2015

Based on the first-gen Renault/Dacia Duster soft-roader, the Oroch pickup has a double cab, four doors, five seats, and a 1.6- or 2-liter engine.

Renault Sandero RS 2.0 (second generation) photo gallery

Renault Sandero RS 2.0 (second generation) photo gallery

Posted: Jun 18, 2015

The Renault Sandero RS 2.0 has a 108kW (145hp) engine, 6-speed manual, 4-wheel disc brakes and sportier suspension. It will be a Latin America-only model.