Dacia Officially Announces Dokker and Dokker VAN

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Dacia is most definitely a car brand that originates from Romania, and has a long history of collaboration with Renault dating back decades. However, you wouldn’t know this based on how many of their cars are built in Morocco these days.
The company has officially announced two new vehicles that will debut later this year. Called the Dokker and Dokker VAN, these will be built in Morocco and imported to Europe.

Since we expect both the new Logan and Sandero this year as well, The Dokker is most likely a better replacement for the Logan MCV.

The Dokker is being described by Renault Group as a five-seater vehicle with an emphasis on the practical side. It will be available with one or two sliding side doors and a cavernous boot.

The Dokker name was derived from the English word “dockworker”, indicating this is going to be the newest workhorse of the brand.

It will be aimed at the Peugeot Partner, Opel Combo sau Fiat Fiorino Qubo. The French publication Automobile Magazine has created a rendering of what we can expect the Dokker to look like.
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