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Dacia will celebrate the 10th anniversary since its European re-launch in 2005 at the 85th Geneva International Motor Show where new special edition versions of the Sandero, Duster and Logan MCV will be unveiled. Ten years have passed since the Logan was launched in 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. Having made its UK debut at the 2012 Goodwood Festival of Speed, with first customer deliveries in 2013, the Dacia brand has gone from strength-to-strength reaching 50,000 sales in March 2015.

 

• Dacia launches its new ‘Lauréate Prime’ special edition
• The top-of -the range Lauréate benefits from bespoke styling, standard metallic paint and multimedia upgrades
• Available in the UK on Sandero, Duster and Logan MCV models, exclusively in the new Cosmos Blue colour

 

 

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