Dacia is a Romanian car brand that is currently owned by the French car manufacturer Renault. Dacia cars are known for their affordability and practicality, and they are popular among customers looking for value-for-money vehicles. The brand was founded in 1966 and it started producing cars for the domestic market and for export to the Soviet Union and other Eastern bloc countries. After Renault acquired Dacia in 1999, the brand started to expand its offerings and began exporting cars to Western Europe and other markets, becoming one of the fastest-growing car brands in Europe.
Dacia cars are known for their simplicity, robustness, and functional design, they are usually equipped with basic features, and they offer a good balance between price and equipment. Some of the most popular Dacia models include the Sandero, the Logan and the Duster, which are known for their reliability, spacious interiors, and low cost of ownership.
Dacia's focus on affordability and practicality has made it a popular choice for budget-conscious buyers and it is considered one of the most affordable car brands in Europe. The brand continues to expand its range of models and it is now offering more advanced features and technologies to compete with other brands in the market.