BUCHAREST, Nov 17 (Reuters) - Romanian car maker Dacia, owned by France's Renault , has recalled around 2,700 of its no-frills Logan vehicles due to problems with the driver's seat, a company spokesman said on Thursday. Dacia spokesman Silviu Sepciu said the cars, which were made between Sept. 5 and 19 and sold on the Romanian market, would be recalled in garages across the country to have the seat checked. "There is a possible minor fault at the welding of the driver's seat," Sepciu ...
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