The Sandero took fourth place, giving Dacia two models in the EU’s top 5 best sellers – quite an achievement given the brand’s somewhat limited range.
The third-generation Dacia Sandero is expected to launch in 2020 underpinned by Renault-Nissan’s CMF-B platform.
The Duster Black Collector will be built in a limited run of 500 units solely for the French market and is priced at €19,490.
The budget EV could be a modified Renault City K-ZE, which recently went on sale in China from $8,700.
The turbocharged three-cylinder replaces the old naturally aspirated 1.6-liter and promises better fuel efficiency and performance.
It could mean that a Duster Hybrid is in Dacia’s future.
The new power plant replaces the previously available SCe 115 1.6-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder unit.
South America’s facelifted Renault Logan, Sandero and Stepway also bring updated interiors and more safety features.
The Logan MCV is still Britain’s cheapest estate – and a true value-for-money car that delivers on its promises.
The Black Collector edition will be limited to 500 numbered units, available exclusively in France.
Although it’s hard to spot the details, the next-gen Dokker should feature a host of design changes.
The 2020 Renault Sandero, aimed at Brazil and other Latin American markets, looks facelifted and not all-new.