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Which Dacia models are being recalled in 2019?

6 recalls for 5 Dacia models in 2019


In 2019, Dacia announced six recalls involving five models through the EU Rapex system. The Logan (5) and Sandero (4) were the most recalled models.


We’ve sorted all 2019 recalls according to the model into a table below.

An incorrectly welded exhaust catalytic converter may have the Logan, Logan MCV, Sandero, Dokker and Lodgy models manufactured in March and April 2018. Another smaller-scale Dacia recalls for several models (Duster, Logan, Logan MCV, Sandero) was announced due to an incorrectly welded positive terminal of the 12-volt battery with vehicles manufactured in mid-June 2018.



In 2019, Dacia also recalled twice for a defect in the driver’s airbag. Possible loss of vehicle control due to an insufficient tightening torque of the lower steering column fixing bracket screws were reported with the Logan II MCV from the start of production until 5 February 2019.

We’ve written about some problems in more detail in separate articles.


Even if you don’t see your car in the table below, it doesn’t mean it was not the subject of a recall sometime in the past. The best way to verify whether a particular car is affected by some recall is to contact a Dacia Authorized Service and ask for the VIN code to be checked not only for recalls but also for various Service bulletins.

It will only cost you your time because such information is provided for free. Free of charge are usually also all the repairs that are related to the recall. It doesn’t matter whether you are the first, second or even third owner. It doesn’t even matter whether you have been to Dacia authorized service regularly, occasionally or never before.

Dacia Authorized Dealers Contacts


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If you wish to get fully comprehensive VIN lookup, with more than 80 data points about the history of the car, then we suggest going to HPI-Check, which provides information on a specific vehicle using also the vehicle registration number.


What is a VIN code?
The VIN code is a unique identification number that is embossed on the body of the car and shown on the ID card. In some cars, it can also be found in the frame under the windscreen. It is made up of a unique combination of 17 letters and numbers.


Dacia recalls in 2019 by model

Dacia Dokker

MonthIssueProductionSource
I.The catalytic converter has not been correctly welded.3/2018 – 4/2018link
I.There is the risk of the airbag failing to deploy correctly.4/2018 – 8/2018link
VIII.The functioning of the driver airbag may be impaired.4/2018 – 8/2018link
All Dokker´s Recalls

Dacia Duster

MonthIssueProductionSource
I.The positive terminal of the 12-volt battery of the car is incorrectly welded.6/2018link
All Duster´s Recalls

Dacia Lodgy

MonthIssueProductionSource
I.The catalytic converter has not been correctly welded.3/2018 – 4/2018link
I.There is the risk of the airbag failing to deploy correctly.4/2018 – 8/2018link
VIII.The functioning of the driver airbag may be impaired.4/2018 – 8/2018link
All Lodgy´s Recalls

Dacia Logan / MCV

MonthIssueProductionSource
I.The catalytic converter has not been correctly welded.3/2018 – 4/2018link
I.The positive terminal of the 12-volt battery of the car is incorrectly welded.6/2018link
I.There is the risk of the airbag failing to deploy correctly.4/2018 – 8/2018link
IV.Possible insufficient tightening torque of the lower steering column fixing bracket screws.2012 – 2/2019link
VIII.The functioning of the driver airbag may be impaired.4/2018 – 8/2018link
All Logan´s Recalls

Dacia Sandero

MonthIssueProductionSource
I.The catalytic converter has not been correctly welded.3/2018 – 4/2018link
I.The positive terminal of the 12-volt battery of the car is incorrectly welded.6/2018link
I.There is the risk of the airbag failing to deploy correctly.4/2018 – 8/2018link
VIII.The functioning of the driver airbag may be impaired.4/2018 – 8/2018link
All Sandero´s Recalls

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