Dacia Interrupts Production

Dacia Interrupts Production

Dacia Interrupts Production

The Dacia brand has decided to suspend production at the automobile factories in Morocco, Romania and Portugal due to an epidemic of corona virus.

After the coronavirus epidemic spread rapidly around the world, many automobile manufacturers decided to interrupt production as a precaution in their factories. Dacia, a sub-brand of French car manufacturer Renault, was among the brands that decided to suspend production at their factories. Dacia suspended production for a while in automobile factories in Morocco and Romania and engine factories in Portugal. Dacia factories, whose production was interrupted, are expected to resume production on April 5.

Dacia History:
Dacia was founded in 1966 as a result of the tender opened by the Romanian government and was named after Dacia, the former name of Romanian territory. It is also Renault's automobile brand in Romania.

Dacia in 1968:
Renault 8 model, all parts of which were imported from France and assembled and painted in its factory in Piteşti, started production by placing it on the market under the name Dacia 1100. The Dacia 1100 had a 4-door 5-person bodywork and a 1100 cc 4-cylinder 46-HP engine positioned from the rear. 133 km / h azamIt had a top speed and consumed an average of 100 liters of gasoline per 6,6 km. The Dacia 1100 model continued in production until 1971.

Dacia in 1969:
When the Renault 12 model started to be produced in France, Dacia began assembling the 1300 under the name and its own logo. Dacia 12s used a 1300 cc 1289 hp engine. AzamIts spindle speed was 144 km / h and it consumed 100 liters of fuel per 9,4 km. 12 years after the production of Dacia Renaut 2 in Turkey it began in 1971.

The Dacia 1300 was launched in three versions with hardware differences since the installation began. These are 1300 Standard, 1300 Super and 1301 models. The 1301 was a model produced exclusively for the members of the Romanian Communist Party and included rear window resistance and other equipment not standard in 1300 models.

Dacia in 1973:
simultaneously with Renault France it called Break 12 and 12 Station Wagon is the most popular model in Turkey began to be produced by 1300 Break the name in Romania. Again, between 1975 and 1982, a limited number of (up to 1500) 1302 pick up models were produced. Most of the 1302 models were exported to Algeria, the former colony of the French. In this period, 20 models of Renault in the upper middle class were offered to the use of senior Romanian executives by the method of assembly.

Dacia in 1979:
Renault 12 and consequently Dacia 1300 had a make-up and an East European brand surprisingly added various equipment options in these years (Standard, MS, MLS, S, TL, TX) and the base model was changed to 1310. In the following years, the product range expanded with the 1185 cc Dacia 1210 and 1397 cc Dacia 1410 models.

In 1981, the single-door 1310 Sport designed based on Dacia 1310 and then a 1410 Sport based on Dacia 1410 were produced in limited numbers.

Dacia in 1981:
Dacia continued to produce Renault 1981 model with various make-up applied after 12, except for the 2 and 4-door pick ups, based on the 1310 model, the hatchback model and the model of the 12 Lastun, which is completely outside the 500 model, for a short time in 1988-89. it is produced.

Dacia has reached important sales figures especially in Romania with the Solenza model produced based on the old Peugeot model 309. Solenza, an improved version of the previous model Super Nova, made great contributions to Renault's development of Dacia in 1999 to make it a world brand.

Source: Wikipedia

The vehicles that Dacia currently produces are very popular, such as Dacia Sandero and Dacia Duster.

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