Dacia to Stop Logan MCV, Van and Pick-Up Production in Romania

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Romania’s budged car brand Dacia is undergoing the most radical change ever. This started with the new Lodgy MPV, followed by the Dokker van and will soon also see the introduction of the new Logan and Sandero.
Currently, the Mioveni factory in Romania assembles six models, the Dacia Duster, Dacia Sandero, Dacia Logan, Dacia Logan MCV, Dacia Logan Van and Dacia Logan Pick-Up. But soon the switch will be made to newer models and the Logan MCV, Van and Pick-Up will all be phased out of production by the end of the year, according to HotNews.

The announcement was made by Renault at a press conference in Austria where journalists were allowed to become familiar with the Moroccan-built Dokker and Dokker Van. These will replace the Logan workhorses, and there will even be a new pickup derived from the Dokker.
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