Dacia Logo

Dacia Logo
Dacia Logo Automobile Dacia S.A. is a Romanian car manufacturer that takes its name from the historic region that constitutes much of present-day Romania. The company was founded in 1966, and has been a subsidiary of the French car manufacturer Renault since 1999. It is Romania's top company by revenue and the largest exporter, constituting 7.3% of the country's total exports in 2014.The Dacia manufacturing plant in Mioveni, ArgeČ™ County is Europe's fifth biggest car manufacturing facility by volume produced with 584,219 units (cars and CKD kits) delivered in 2016 and 550,912 units in 2015.

From the 2008–09 season, Dacia was the sponsor of Serie A football club Udinese Calcio and Stadio Friuli.


The company's single plant is located in Mioveni, Romania, together with its headquarters, and has a production capacity of 350,000 vehicles per year.It is divided into several sections, such as bodywork, painting, assembly, mechanical and chassis, foundry etc.It works in conjunction with the Renault Technologie Roumanie engineering centre, located in Bucharest and set up in 2006, which also comprises a styling office, Renault Design Central Europe,and with the testing center located in Titu, opened in 2010.

A large logistical centre was also set near the plant in March 2005, the International Logistic Network, from where complete knock down (CKD) kits are exported to other Renault production sites in Russia, Morocco, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, South Africa, Iran and India.It is reportedly the biggest logistic centre of its kind not only in the Renault Group, but in the entire world automotive industry.In 2012, the total equivalent of the kits sent worldwide from the centre was 920,646 vehicles.

Furthermore, two of the Dacia models, the Lodgy and the Dokker vans, are manufactured exclusively at the Renault factory in Tangier, Morocco.The Logan and the Sandero are also manufactured in Casablanca, Morocco, the latter in Tangier too.


  • Dacia Logan (2004–present)
  • Dacia Sandero (2008–present)
  • Dacia Sandero Stepway (2009–present)
  • Dacia Duster (2010–present)
  • Dacia Lodgy (2012–present)
  • Dacia Lodgy Stepway (2014–present)
  • Dacia Dokker (2012–present)
  • Dacia Dokker Van (2012–present)
  • Dacia Dokker Stepway (2014–present)

Source : wikipedia

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