Romanian brand Dacia’s sales in France reached 119.357 units in 2017, the highest level ever.
The 6.5% growth in Dacia sales on the French market also helped parent-group Renault reach its best result in the last six years on the home market, namely 673.869 units sold, up 3.4% compared to 2016, the group announced in a press release.
Dacia sold 117.865 passenger cars in France last year, reaching a market share of 5.6% on this segment. The Romanian brand thus consolidated its fifth place on the French market and third place on the individual client segment.
Sandero is the best-selling Dacia model in France, but the Duster SUV has also seen increasing sales volumes as its new generation was released at the end of last year.