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Part of the Renault group, the Romanian car manufacturer Automobile Dacia (usually referred to as the shortened name Dacia) has been producing vehicles since 1966. For the modern models on sale in recent years, you can find PDF versions of the owner’s manual to download by year.

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2009 saw the introduction of the Dacia Duster, a compact crossover SUV using the chassis from the Logan and many added safety features such as ABS. It has won many awards thanks to its high-quality build and value-for-money price


On the Dacia Jogger owner's manuals page you can find all of the PDFs we store for that particular car.


Between 2015 and 2022 the Lodgy was Dacia's compact MPV, built on the same platform used under the Renault Clio and the Nissan Micra. It was replaced by the Jogger line, built on the same platform


By cutting down on non-essential parts Dacia created the no-frills Logan model to target the lower-priced-end of the automobile market. You can find the Logan in many forms including an estate, pickup truck and even a van


Sat in the supermini class, the Sandero is essentially a shrunk-down version of the Logan model. Much like the rest of the Dacia range its fantastic value-for-money and cheap to run. A crossover SUV spinoff of the car was released in 2020 called the Stepway

About Dacia

Dacia is the largest Romanian-based company in terms of value and revenue with its business making up 8% of the total exports from the country.

The original factory was set up to help the war effort in World War 2 by creating aircraft engines. After the war, the Romanian Railways took over the facility and started producing cars under the Dacia Automobile brand.

By acquiring the plans and tooling for the Renault 12 and began building their own examples for the people of Romania. While that model was being prepared the company decided to produce the Renault 8 and sell it as the Dacia 1100.

Over the years the company released more models of their own design and under license from Renault.

This carried on for decades until the Romanian government sold the Dacia company to Renault in 1999.

  • Models: 5