PARIS – Renault SA’s low-cost Romanian subsidiary, Automobile Dacia SA, is on the verge of another product boom, following the successful launch in April of its Duster cross/utility vehicle. Three new vehicles are in the late stages of development, to be added to the six already on sale. The upcoming models include: The City, a 4-seat car based on the Logan platform. A compact utility vehicle based on the Renault Kangoo. A larger utility based on Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s NV200 ...

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