2024 Dacia Cars and Crossovers: Finally Good Looking But Still Extremely Affordable

After two decades under Renault’s ownership, Dacia has gradually transformed from an obscure Romanian brand into one of Europe’s favorite manufacturers. In 2024, these extremely affordable yet quite capable cars finally overcome the stigma of looking cheap so we are happily presenting to you the entire lineup in all of its facelifted glory.
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#1 Dacia Duster

Dacia’s sole and fully-fledged crossover-SUV stands out as one of Europe’s top-selling vehicles, with over 2 million units released since its launch in 2010. The new 2024 Duster model is undeniably attractive, signaling a significant departure from its predecessors in terms of aesthetics.

#2 Dacia Sandero Stepway Extreme

Dacia Sandero Stepway Extreme brings new exterior accents, more rugged cabin design, and Extended Grip technology that makes it more apt on difficult terrains.

#3 Dacia Jogger Extreme

Dacia Jogger Extreme is a new flagship version of the MPV, which is offered with an optional Sleep pack. The latter can turn this 7-seater into a mini camper.

#4 Dacia Spring

While adorned with a Romanian emblem, the Dacia Spring is manufactured in China through eGT, a collaborative effort comprising Renault, Nissan, and Dongfeng. Operating on the CMF-A platform, it essentially serves as an electric iteration of the Renault Kwid, a model previously restricted to the Indian and Brazilian markets.

#5 Dacia Jogger Hybrid

Dacia Jogger Hybrid is powered by a a 1.6-liter 4-cyllinder engine aided by an electric motor with 49 horses and a high-voltage starter generator. The setup is paired with a 4-speed multi-mode clutchless gearbox.


The Manifesto is an electric concept from Dacia, designed for off-road adventures as a two-seater. While it won’t be produced for consumers, it serves as a preview of the design and technology expected from the Renault group.

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