Top 9 Dacia Cars Possessing the Titles of Europe's Cheapest Autos of 2020

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The Romanian company Automobile Dacia is known to the world as the most affordable carmaker in Europe. Additionally, being a subsidiary of Renault Group, they get access to the international markets and sell their vehicles under the French brand. Dacia’s models are far from impressive in terms of performance and their trim quality is below average, but the prices they offer are hard to beat and many models are undisputed best sellers in the respective segments. Today, we are acknowledging this people’s carmaker by exploring the entire 2020 lineup, listing the prices and technical data.
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#1 2020 Dacia Duster

On the market for 10 years, the Dacia Duster compact sport utility vehicle is probably the most beloved and versatile model from the brand. The car entered its 2nd generation in 2018, so today, it remains rather fresh, offering decent off-roading skills and lots of tech features.


2020 DACIA SPRING ELECTRIC CONCEPT previews a future production BEV from Dacia, that is claimed to become the cheapest electric vehicle in Europe.

#3 Dacia Sandero Stepway

Simply put this is a crossoverish version of a Sandero hatchback that enhances the 5-door practicality with the 40 mm raised clearance, more rugged exterior, roof bars and a complete fuller package on the entry trim level.

#4 2020 Dacia Logan

2020 Dacia Logan is the most affordable model in the company’s range, that is produced jointly by Dacia and Renault. The car entered its 2nd generation in 2012, so it is safe to say that its next big update is just around the corner.

#5 Dacia Lodgy

Since its 2012 debut, this Dacia Lodgy compact MPV has been conquering the European budget segment, and the recent Duster-alike front fascia surgery has only bolstered Lodgy’s confidence.

#6 Dacia Sandero

We have already seen camouflaged Sandero winter testing and can assume that the all-new version will be released in 2021. For now, though, the lack of changes doesn’t prevent the Sandero from being the best-selling Romanian family car.

#7 Dacia Dokker

Dacia Dokker is the first budget combi van in the Dacia family, which can be configured both in passenger and panel versions.

#8 2020 Dacia Logan MCV & MCV Stepway

More popular and widely available that the Logan sedan, the 2020 Dacia Logan MCV wagon and MCV Stepway crossover offer practically the same features and powertrain options, but add in boot space and, in case of the Stepway, ground clearance.


Now that we have reviewed the entire Dacia lineup of 2020, lets take a look at the new SE Twenty Special Edition trim, which will be available exclusively on the Sandero Stepway, Logan MCV Stepway and Duster.


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