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Dacia: 5 recalls involving 4 models in 2017

Dacia announced five recalls in 2017 affecting 4 of its models according to Rapex. The Duster, Logan, Sandero, and Dokker had two recalls each. The oldest cars recalled were made in 2012.

The first recall was announced in January 2017 included three different models. With Dusters, Logan and Sandero made between 2012 and 2013, the driver’s airbag may not deploy in the event of an accident. The Duster was recalled again in October due to a faulty horn.



The February’s recall was announced due to a possible right front brake caliper’s clip breakage affecting the Logan and Sandero models.

Two separate recalls were announced for the Dokker over the problems with the side door lock. The relevant production years are shown in the link under each model.

An overview of the Dacia 2017 recalls by model

Dacia Duster
Jan 2017: In the event of an impact the driver’s airbag may not deploy.
https://car-recalls.eu/listing/dacia-duster-2012-2013/
Oct 2017: The car horn system does not match the vehicle’s electrical system. As a consequence, the horn may stop working and the driver’s airbag may malfunction.
https://car-recalls.eu/listing/dacia-duster-2009-2017/


Dacia Logan
Jan 2017: In the event of an impact the driver’s airbag may not deploy.
https://car-recalls.eu/listing/dacia-logan-2012-2013/
Feb 2017: The front right brake caliper’s clip could break as a result of the cylinder rupturing.
https://car-recalls.eu/listing/dacia-logan-ii-2016/


Dacia Sandero
Jan 2017: In the event of an impact the driver’s airbag may not deploy.
https://car-recalls.eu/listing/dacia-sandero-2012-2013/
Feb 2017: The front right brake caliper’s clip could break as a result of the cylinder rupturing.
https://car-recalls.eu/listing/dacia-sandero-ii-2016/


Dacia Dokker
Feb 2017: The locking system on the side sliding doors does not work as required.
https://car-recalls.eu/listing/dacia-dokker-2015-2016/
Apr 2017: The locking system on the side sliding doors does not work as required.
https://car-recalls.eu/listing/dacia-dokker-2016-2/

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