Dacia Explorer Limited Editions: More Rugged With Tweaked Interior

Apr 06, 2017 05:30 AM EDT | Paul Urban

Dacia is definitely a force to be reckoned with. Most car enthusiasts, especially in Europe clamor for a Dacia because of its impressive capabilities but for fraction of the cost. This time around the Romanian car maker introduces Dacia Explorer Limited Editions to add a certain flair of exclusivity.

After Dacia did some facelifting of its entire range, it has decided to launch new series which is called Explorer Limited Edition for all of its cars. Dacia, for some reasons, has a special connection with France, that the Stepway versions of Logan MCV, Sandero, Lodgy, Dokker, and Duster are all made available there.

All of these ranges get a more rugged look. The rugged look comes from the front and rear satin effect chrome skid plates, new wheels, protective moldings, and the all-important 2-inch additional ground clearance. There are also exclusive colors which Dacia calls Iceland Gray and the Sandero Stepway in Ochre Orange.

The number of Explorer Limited Edition per vehicle has yet to be confirmed but it may not be a lot. So far, the French will have the honor of experiencing and witnessing the Limited Editions first hand as it is already made available.

The interiors of the Explorer Limited Editions are slightly tweaked giving it much more appeal and different level of comfort. It also comes with copper orange detailing which surrounds the central part of the dashboard and air vents.

The Explorer models also come with even more attractive alloy wheels, dual-material upholstery, and the upholstery's top stitching. Aside from this latest Explorer editions, a new version of ever-reliable and capable Duster will be made official. It is expected to make its debut at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show and will be on sale by January of next year.

The Dacia Explorer Limited Editions definitely is one to watch out for. Dacia, being a favorite by most Europeans have raised the bar by coming up with the Explorers which are expected to look and perform even better.

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