Dacia Double Cab (1992–2006)
Dacia Shifter (1980s)|
Dacia Gamma (2000s)
|Successor||Dacia Logan Pick-Up|
2-door Regular Cab|
2-door Drop Side
2-door King Cab
4-door Double Cab
|Layout||FF layout, FR layout, 4X4|
1.3 L I4|
1.4 L I4
1.6 L I4
1.9 L Diesel I4
4,674 mm (184.0 in) Regular Cab|
4,599 mm (181.1 in) Drop Side
4,794 mm (188.7 in) Double Cab
|Width||1,636 mm (64.4 in)|
|Height||1,550 mm (61 in)|
|Curb weight||1,125 kg (2,480 lb)-1,270 kg (2,800 lb)|
The Dacia Pick-Up (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈdat͡ʃia]) (also called Dacia Gamma in some international markets or Dacia Shifter in its early years), was a pick-up truck manufactured by Romanian auto marque Dacia. The 31 years of production saw the manufacturing of a total of 318,969 vehicles.
The Dacia Pick-Up was derived from the first generation pick-up model Dacia 1302, which was introduced in 1975.
In 1982, after the 1302 was dropped, the Dacia 1304 single-cab pick-up and 1305 drop-side models were introduced, followed by 1307/1309 double cab models in 1992. These model lines were a commercial success and remained in production, and were gradually face lifted and modified, along with the rest of the range, until December 2006.
During its time in production many types of engines were available to power the truck: a 1.3 litre, 1.4 litre, or 1.6 litre petrol engines or 1.9 litre Renault diesel engine.
The Gamma was the last of the Dacia models to be based on the Renault 12 that made up the majority of the Dacia model range since the late 1960s. They were marketed bearing the new blue logo of the manufacturer after 2003.
The line was eventually discontinued and replaced by Dacia Logan Pick-Up.
- Dacia 1302 2-door pick-up based on Dacia 1300
- Dacia 1304 Pick Up 2-door pick-up
- Dacia 1305 Drop Side 2-door pick-up
- Dacia 1307 King Cab 2-door pick-up
- Dacia 1307 Double Cab 4-door pick-up
- Dacia 1309 4-door pick-up with short bed
|1289||8 valves OHV||54 hp (40 kW) @5250 rpm||95 N·m (70 lb·ft) @3000 rpm||143 km/h (89 mph)||8|
|1397||8 valves OHV||65 hp (48 kW) @5250 rpm||102 N·m (75 lb·ft) @3000 rpm||145 km/h (90 mph)||7.8|
|1.6||1557||8 valves OHV||72 hp (54 kW) @5000 rpm||122 N·m (90 lb·ft) @3500 rpm||150 km/h (93 mph)||7.9|
| F8Q 636|
|1870||8 valves SOHC||62 hp (46 kW) @4500 rpm||118 N·m (87 lb·ft) @2250 rpm||138 km/h (86 mph)||6.8|
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- ↑ "Dacia manufactured its last commercial vehicle derived from the Renault R12 model". Daciagroup.com (2006-12-08). Retrieved on 2010-10-20.
|Automobile Dacia, a subsidiary of Renault Group since 1999, car timeline, 1960s–present|
|City car||500 Lăstun|
|Small family car||1100||1310||Logan|
|Large family car||1300|
|Mini MPV||Logan MCV|
|Pickup||1302||1304/1305 Pick-Up||Logan Pick-Up|