The 2012 Dacia Dokker and Dokker Van ranges feature a wide choice of responsive, fuel-efficient and reliable engines to match the different needs of drivers. The 1.2 TCe 115 and 1.6 MPI 85 petrol engines are joined by the 1.5 dCi diesel engine which is available in a choice of two power outputs (75hp and 90hp). This powerplant delivers a combination of driving enjoyment, frugal fuel consumption and low CO2 emissions, yet it still provides a level of performance (115hp) comparable to that of a 1.6-litre engine. Its generous peak torque of 190Nm is equivalent to that of a 2.0-litre engine, and 90 percent of this figure is available from as low as 1,500rpm, with maximum torque available between 2,000 and 4,000rpm to ensure crisp re-acceleration. This downsized powerplant drives through a five-speed manual gearbox and delivers combined-cycle fuel consumption of just 6.1 litres/100km, equivalent to CO2 emissions of 140g/km (Dokker Van: 6.2 litres/100km and 143g of CO2/km).
The Dacia range has been expanded with the addition of two brand new models: 2012 Dacia Dokker and 2012 Dokker Van. 2012 Dacia Dokker is a five-seat crew van for mixed private and professional use. It offers one of the biggest boots and the best modularity in its class. 2012 Dacia Dokker Van is a small Light Commercial Vehicle. Its best-in-class utilitarian features will prove attractive to tradespeople and craftsmen. In keeping with the values championed by the Dacia brand, both newcomers deliver a generous list of practical features for an unrivalled low price. They will go on sale initially in Morocco this June 2012, and then in the models’ other Mediterranean and European markets at the end of the summer 2012.
Depending on market, 2012 Dacia Dokker and 2012 Dokker Van are available with a choice of four powerplants: the brand new 1.2 TCe 115 and existing 1.6 MPI 85 petrol engines, plus the 1.5 dCi 75hp and 90hp diesel engines. Both diesel engines qualify for the Dacia eco² signature thanks to fuel consumption of just 4.5 litres/100km and CO2 emissions of 118g/km.