Dacia Launches 10th Anniversary Special Editions for Entire Lineup

Dacia is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its launch in western Europe with limited-edition versions of its entire range. Debuting at the Geneva Motor Show, the 10th anniversary limited-edition versions will be available for the Sandero, Duster, Lodgy, Dokker, Logan and Logan MCV – the only model not included is the Dokker Van.

The 10th anniversary limited-edition models get exclusive styling tweaks as well as the new Dacia Media Nav Evolution multimedia and navigation system. All models can be ordered in the exclusive Cosmos Blue paint finish, chosen because blue is the color traditionally associated with the Dacia brand. Exterior upgrades also include Dark Metal alloy wheels and door mirror housings.

Blue can also be found in the cabin, with the upholstery featuring Sombre Blue touches as well as grey top-stitching and blue-hued seat belts. The anniversary models also get special blue-edged floor mats, with the exception of the Lodgy and Dokker.

Based on the models’ corresponding Lauréate equipment levels, the limited-edition versions get standard climate control, cruise control with speed limiter, an exclusive leather-trimmed steering wheel, as well as the Dacia Media Nav Evolution multimedia system.

The new-generation navigation system comes with a 7-inch touch screen display that is now in color and has more functions thanks to the addition of smartphone, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, TMC (Traffic Message Channel) information and hazard alerts.

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


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