New crossover models of Dacia

Brühl, December 2, 2014

Do you remember the bumpers, wheel arches and exterior of the 1990s? On the gray Plastikbeplankungen that you could get for a lot of money in a lacquered finish? The there are still only have made it clever marketing departments to make an unpopular basic equipment a desirable optional. Just 20 years later, the car buyers pay a premium in order to equip their vehicles with dark hard plastic. The models are then called Alltrack, Cross, Scout, Rocks, Allroad, trekking, X-Perience or in the case of Dacia Stepway.

Two other off-road crossover look

The crazy thing is that it works: Dacia Sandero sold by more than half of the vehicles as Stepway model ( from 9,890 euros ). No wonder that the cheap Renault offshoot two models nachschiebt with the off-road crossover look. As of now, the models Dokker and Lodgy can be ordered in a outdoor version.

Underride guard, titanium look and black plastic

Characteristic of Dokker and Lodgy Stepway in the variant is like the Sandero, the robust-looking crossover design. These include, among others, held in matt chrome front and rear aprons in the style of an underride protection and Radlaufschutzleisten and side skirts made ​​of black plastic. 16-inch alloy wheels, exterior mirrors and roof rails come standard with a titanium look.

More special equipment

Inside, the crossover operator is next blue accents on the instruments, the center console or the air vents a touch more Special Equipment: Electric windows front, radio central locking, manual air conditioning, cruise control and a multimedia system with screen, Bluetooth and AUX port count In addition, amenities.

800 or 1,300 euros extra charge

As engine for both crossover models are a Turbo petrol engine with 115 hp and a turbo diesel with 90 hp for the Dokker Stepway ?? 107 hp in the Lodgy Stepway ?? for election. In January 2015, the look-roader roll to the dealers. 13,290 € then you pay for the Dokker, 14,490 euros for the Lodgy. The painted " street version " of the two vehicle models are readily comparable with the 115-horsepower gasoline engine from 11,990 euros ( Dokker ) and 13,690 euros ( Lodgy ) . (ml)