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Dacia car can be called almost perfect for drivers looking for a thrill. The lack of security quality that was characteristic of any other vehicle, transformed vintage model 1300 is extremely dangerous. Ideally, otvazhennye Devils have seized the opportunity to ride on the old Dacia The, model 1300 but did not become popular among racing enthusiasts.
Nevertheless, the model 1300 is a chapter in a story small Dacia. Dacia is a Romanian car manufacturer, which, fortunately, has not suffered the same fate as Aro, the other Romanian car brand. Currently, as part of the Renault group, Dacia has a very recent history, its origins can be traced to 1968, when the first factory in Colibasi, near Pitesti, Arges County has been opened.
Her first lineup included quite strong, but aesthetically repulsive model Dacia 1300, as well as several others that actually have been slightly altered in 1300, such as 1310.1400 and 1410. Despite the name Dacia, the car was not completely Romanian, being the result of the deal with Renault, which provides tools and technology.
In fact, the first Dacia model was largely based on the Renault 12 model cars that came off the assembly line Colibasi plant, accessible and reliable, and their biggest advantage was the interchangeability of parts. Dacia were Cadillacs, but they were built so that they could gather in his living room, while cleaning or watching a DVD on the introduction of neuro-surgery.
Surprisingly, even for the average Romanian patriot, many Dacia cars were renamed and exported. Under the name Denem, these excellent models were the result of the election machinery, having a separate assembly line, where they have been thoroughly cooked and twisted bolts.
Once this information was leaked, many Romanians went to Hungary, to purchase their Dacia. In connection with the forced communist regime, which did not approve of novelty, Dacia The retained the same body about 35 years, eventually becoming extremely outdated.
In addition, the link between Dacia and Renault ceased. Fortunately, in 1996 it called on the Romanian producers to launch the first model fully built in Romania - Nova, with sports redesigned body that made the model more smoothly as compared to its predecessors.
In 1999, Dacia and Renault stopped fighting and joined together again. There followed a few improvements, and Dacia saw sales growth. Morally supported by favorable reviews, Dacia has released a replacement for Nova in 2000 - Supernova. This model has exactly the same appearance as the Nova, which indicated poor disguise skills that should have been taken prior to its release.
However, Supernova was discontinued only 3 years later, when the market went Solenza. This new model was almost perfect copy of Supernova. Anyway, it is quite obvious similarities go unnoticed for many people in Romania.
In a happy turn of events, in fact genuinely new model was created in 2004: Logan. With high ground clearance, "generous" trunk and a large saloon, Logan became a hit. Acceleration or diesel engine 1.5 Turbocharger valves with 8/16 or petrol 1.4 / 1.6, Logan registered the highest sales in the history of Dacia. Shortly after its release, there was Logan MCV, which followed in 2008 was released terribly boring Sandero - a hatchback based on the Logan.
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