The new 2013 Dacia Dokker targets customers with mixed needs who want a vehicle that can transport bulky loads yet also accommodate their family in comfort. Indeed, in addition to its ability to carry up to five occupants, it also offers the market’s biggest boot capacity.
2013 Dacia Dokker Interior. The Media Nav multimedia system comes with a seven-inch (18cm) touchscreen and comprises navigation and radio functions, plus Bluetooth connectivity. The options catalogue includes a speed limiter and rear parking sensors.
The interior features a modern, functional dashboard which incorporates several stowage spaces that have been thought through for intensive use. The dash’s sweeping forms heighten the impression of solidity and its two-tone colour scheme has been carried over to the door panels (depending on equipment level). The unmistakeably modern, high-tech feel of the cabin is reinforced by the new design of the instruments – inherited from Dacia Lodgy – and the incorporation of a Media Nav multimedia system.
The accessories designed to enhance comfort or carrying capacity include a central armrest, DVD player, seat back document holder, child seats, a portable ice box cooler, a roof box, a mesh grille behind rear seats (crew van version), etc.
2013 Dacia Dokker Exterior. The standard black grain-effect bumpers of Dacia Dokker and Dokker Van wrap around the entire bottom part of their front end, right up to the headlights, while the rear bumpers have been positioned to protect the light clusters. Certain versions are equipped with side protective mouldings.
The optional body colour bumpers available for the higher-end crew van versions are more inline with passenger car styling cues.
2013 Dacia Dokker Engines and Transmission. The Dacia Dokker 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).
The 90hp version delivers 200Nm of torque, 90 percent of which is available from 1,750rpm to guarantee real driving pleasure, even at low revs. The 1.5 dCi 75 version boasts maximum torque of 180Nm available from 1,750rpm.
The peak power of the Euro4 version of this engine is 63kW (85hp). It is mated to a fivespeed manual gearbox and combines flexibility, performance and low running costs. Its combined cycle fuel consumption is 4.9 litres/100km (CO2 emissions: 130g/km).