Dacia Dokker has been converted to Renault Express Van. The van model will be the same as its predecessor from Dacia but in a safer and more refined way.
Dacia Dokker has been a huge sales hit everywhere it arrived. Customers have enthusiastically accepted the concept: a cheap small van with plenty of space and solid engines. So why change a success? Simply because Dacia does not want to be a brand that produces vans. It has Europe's leading van manufacturer Renault for that.
That's why the Dokker van has now been replaced with a Renault Express - a brand new van with the same virtues as a Dacia Dokker.
The new Renault Express Van will be on the market in May but it can already be ordered now with prices from 14,773 euros without VAT.
The new Renault Express Van has the same design characteristics as other Renault models. Inside, the practical is united with the efficient. The new Express Van is a work car with a full 48 litres of storage space in the cabin.
The new Renault Express Van is among the most spacious in the class, 1.91 meters load length, a width of 716 mm when loading via the sliding door on the side. In total, it can load 3.3 m3 with a payload of up to 600 kg.
The Express Van engine range includes two diesel engines. Namely a 1.5 Blue dCi 75 and a ditto 95 hp diesel engine with a six-speed manual gearbox.
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