Dacia started out making Renault cars under licence and now that it is owned by Renault, it makes it's own cars using Renault technology. In fact some of its cars are sold as Renault models. It succeeds as a budget brand in a Euro market that is associated with more upmarket cars. Sold as Renault models in emerging nations, Dacia models sell well at an affordable price point.
The compact Sandero 5-door hatchback is the best seller for the Dacia brand. It accounted for just over 40% of all Dacia sales. The Duster model has gone very well in the compact SUV area, although it did lose 12% of its Dacia sales share. That represents a move from 30.7% to 27%. The Dokker (small van and leisure vehicle), Logan (small car) and Lodgy (compact MPV) make up the the rest of the range.
In a six month comparison, sales are up nearly 12%. The Sandero led the charge with a 25% hike in sales. The chart below shows a % symbol that represents market share. The +/- column is increase or decrease based on the first six month's market share of 2017 against the full 2016 year.
Data source: Renault Group.