Dacia Logan has 4% of the bulgarian auto market

Dacia Logan controlled last year 4% of the bulgarian auto market, which sold last year 40,000 new cars, 28% more then in 2005, as announced by UIAB. Renault finished last year in Bulgaria on the 8th place with 2014 sold cars, while Dacia Logan finished on the 10th place with 1721 sold cars, which is 4% of the market. The Dacia Logan was launched in Bulgaria in February 2006.

In the first place was Peugeot, followed by Toyota. I’m confident that the increasing quality of the Dacia Logan will make sure that it will have a much better position in 2007. And with the launch of the Dacia Logan MCV this should give a good boost to the sales in Bulgaria. The Dacia Logan sales that is. While Dacia finally made its entrance on the bulgarian market in 2006, this was not the only good thing that happened last year. In 2006 Dacia Logan sold 500 cars every day, bringing the total to around 200,000 cars sold, about 6% of those being made in Morocco. Why I think that the Dacia Logan MCV will bring up the Logan sales in Bulgaria? Well, in just two months from the moment it was launched in Romania, over 3600 Dacia Logan MCV were sold there. So it really can have a better market share then Renault has in Bulgaria.


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I heard that the Dacia Logan is a car produced jointly by the French manufacturer Renault and its subsidiary Dacia of Romania. It is manufactured at Dacia’s automobile plant in Mioveni, Romania, in Colombia, Brazil, Russia, Morroco, Iran, India and South Africa. It is also marketed as the Renault Logan, Nissan Aprio or Tondar 90 depending on the existing presence or positioning of the Renault brand.

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