The new Dacia Logan Stepway model was released today by Automobile Dacia on the online sales platform of the company vanzari.dacia.ro. Starting in December the model will be available at all Dacia dealerships in Romania, Dacia Automobile reported on Thursday. The model is available in 3 engine variants: TCe 90 (petrol), Blue dCi 75 (diesel) and Blue dCi 95 (diesel).
Used car transactions in Romania (re-registrations) had the best first quarter of the last 10 years, with an average of nearly 52,000 cars sold monthly, while the market for new cars increased by 25 percent in the first quarter as compared to the same period in 2018, reveals a specialized analysis drawn up by the representatives of an online car sales platform.
Carmaker Dacia had in 2018 the best commercial performance in its history, with sales on the domestic and international market totaling 700,798 units, up 7 pct from the previous year, the car manufacturer said in a release on Friday.
AGERPRES special correspondent in Paris, France, George Onea reports:
In this year's Paris Motor Show edition, Dacia is displaying five models at in one of the most inviting and stylish stands.
The showcased models are Logan MCV, Lodgy Stepway, Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Duster, with the latest including the new 1.3 TCe petrol engine introduced in Paris.
The Mioveni Dacia factory turns 50 on Monday, half a century since making its first Dacia brand automobile, all the while the production of Romanian Dacia automobiles passed 6 million units.
Ford Motor Co. will export vehicles from China to the U.S. for the first time starting in 2019.
Ford said on June 20 it plans to move production of its Ford Focus small car from the U.S. to China, where it already makes the Focus for Chinese buyers.
Sales of small cars have dropped sharply in the U.S. and companies are seeking to cut costs making them.
One of the most brutally disappointing aspects of growing up is realizing the Tonka trucks you played with as a child aren’t street-legal. Members of Toyota’s Australian division must feel the same way, because they’ve worked day and night to transform the HiLux pickup truck into a real-life, full-size Tonka that starts and drives.