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    Whether you're doing the exhaust job, looking for new brakes, or need to replace an engine component, look no further as CARiD carries everything you need to keep your Dacia running at its peak. In our online catalog, you'll find quality Dacia replacement parts such as air filters, brake pads, drive belts, and much more. Each and every part is designed to deliver OE-quality performance and provide many years of reliable service. Our selection of the finest aftermarket Dacia parts is accessible via laptop or phone from the comfort of your home, so you don't need to run all over town and scour junk yards in search of the right component.

    Quality is at the heart of everything we do at CARiD, that's why we cooperate with the most trusted brands and select top-grade replacement parts from their assortment. We carry premium aftermarket Dacia parts engineered to meet your exacting standards. From brakes ensuring superior stopping power to engine cooling parts protecting the heart of your Dacia from overheating, we have everything you need to keep your hauler in top shape. Place an order and get high quality Dacia parts designed with durability and excellence in mind!

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    Dacia Bringing Electric Pickup to U.S. Market
    Dacia Bringing Electric Pickup to U.S. Market

    Most Americans are not familiar with the Dacia brand, and Dacia, which is now a subsidiary of Renault, is determined to change the situation. Known for building low-cost vehicles for emerging markets, Dacia is bringing to the U.S. an electric version of its Logan pickup.

    The two-seat truck will be assembled in Romania and distributed in the United States by the former Chrysler dealer Des Moines Motors, based in Iowa. Claimed to have an electric motor designed in the U.S., the pickup is capable of 260 miles on a single charge and can carry 2,000 lbs of cargo.

    The U.S.-spec Dacia Logan electric pickup will be badged as an Electric Motor Car (EMC) and will be priced at $33,950, which is about three times the cost of a regular Logan. According to Gene Gabus, owner of Des Moines Motors, a van and a station wagon will eventually join the pickup model to complete the line-up.

    Gene Gabus plans to distribute the electric truck in 28 states. The Dacias are currently avaialable for test-drives and pre-orders, but customer deliveries are expected to start in three months.