Carlos Ghosn, president of the Renault-Nissan group, declared today that by the end of the summer they will begin selling Dacia Logan on four new markets, India, Iran, Argentina and Brazil. The production and selling of the Dacia Logan will begin in Iran in the spring of this year, according to Ghosn, when he presented the annual financial results from Renault. He showed that the Dacia Logan was one of the growth engines of the Renault sales for the last year, with 248.000 cars sold in 51 countries. 60% of the Dacia Logan sales were outside of Romania. The Dacia Logan doesn’t compete with other Renault cars, because the profile of the Dacia buyers is different then the Renault ones, said Ghosn, answering some press questions.
In other news, the Dacia Logan was the most sold car in Moldavia in 2006, with a market share of 16% in a market where there were bought 6000 cars. The number of cars sold in Moldavia increased by 39% when compared with 2005. Dacia Logan was the most sold model with 891 units, almost triple from the number sold in 2005.
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