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Dacia is to enter the light commercial vehicle market in the UK later this year with a special commercial version of the Duster SUV, to be called, unsurprisingly, Duster Commercial. Available in both two- and four-wheel drive variants, the commercial models have been developed specifically for the UK and Ireland,Continue Reading

Dacia has the potential to continue its remarkable rise under Renault ownership over the past 15 years, says CEO Nicolas Maure. “We have some more capacity in Morocco – maybe as much as 150,000 a year – and also in the rest of the world: India, Brazil and Russia,” saysContinue Reading

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The once maligned Skoda brand has been turned in to a huge triumph thanks to investment from Volkswagen, and one would imagine thoughts of a similar level of success were going through Renault’s mind when they took control of Dacia in 1999.

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I’ve driven some very expensive cars in my time. Last week I was behind the wheel of a £171,000 Bentley Continental GTC V8, but that pales in to insignificance compared to the alleged £6.5 million worth of hydrogen powered Honda FCX Clarity I drove last year. I’ve driven powerful sportsContinue Reading