ROMANIA: Logan reaches 250,000th car milestone
On May 29, 2006, the 250,000th Logan rolled out of the Dacia plant in Pitesti, Romania.
Pitesti supplies 35 of the 42 countries in which Logan is sold, i.e. all European markets, together with Turkey, Algeria, the Ukraine, Middle East and Central Africa.
Logan is also manufactured in Russia, where 25,000 vehicles were produced from April 2005 to May 2006, as well as Morocco and Colombia. Production will soon start in Iran, followed by India and Brazil in 2007.
Some 267,000 Logans were sold worldwide between September 2004 and May 2006, with 56% of sales are in eastern Europe, including Romania, 20% in Europe (26 countries, including France, which accounts for 7% of world sales), 10% in Russia/CIS, 5% in Turkey, 5% in the Maghreb countries and 4% in the rest of the world (Americas, Asia, Africa).