February 18, 2015

Dacia celebrates the 10th anniversary with limited-edition versions of its entire range

Ten years have passed already since the Logan was launched in western Europe in 2005, heralding the dawn of a bright new era for the Romanian brand Dacia, whose Renault-led rebirth proved to be the catalyst for unprecedented levels of success across the continent.

To celebrate these 10 glorious years, Dacia is pulling out all the stops with the production of special anniversary limited-edition versions of every model in its range (with the exception of the Dokker Van). These limited-edition vehicles remain true to the brand's ethos and image, since they will be well-equipped while remaining simple at heart, and will come in an exclusive Cosmos Blue finish. They will stand out through their distinctive styling trims and will be available with a new multimedia and navigation package: Dacia Media Nav Evolution.

Blue is the colour traditionally associated with the Dacia brand, and these special limited-edition versions will pay tribute to that by including a 'cosmos blue livery' amongst the available paint options. The same blue is also discreetly carried over inside the cabin.

The anniversary limited-edition versions stand out through a series of specific styling features, including Dark Metal alloy wheels and door mirror housings.

Subtle touches of blue are also to be found inside the cabin with Sombre Blue touches on the upholstery, as well as tasteful grey top-stitching and blue-hued seat belts. Special blue-edged floor mats (except Lodgy and Dokker) add to the cabin's subdued, elegant feel suggested by the exterior.

The generously-equipped limited-edition versions are based on the models' corresponding Laureate equipment levels. This includes standard climate control for comfort, cruise control with speed limiter for safety and peace of mind, and an exclusive leather-trimmed steering wheel, plus the Dacia Media Nav Evolution multimedia system.

The limited-edition versions are available with engines from the current Dacia range and in both two- and four-wheel-drive configuration for the Duster.

As with every model in the Dacia range, the 10th anniversary limited-edition versions come with a three-year/100,000 km warranty (whichever threshold is reached first).


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