It sounded like a million-dollar idea: import cheap cars from Eastern Europe, convert them to electric power, and sell them in the US for $40,000 a pop. Now, someone is stuck with 46 engineless Dacia Logans. Bummer, or bummertunity?
Just in time for the Fourth of July, here’s our ultimate tip for a summer weekend, courtesy of ingenious Hungarians, and a bare-bones Home Depot shopping list.
Home to a disputed election, 70 million people and twice as many barrels of cheap oil, Iran has cars aplenty. Meet Paykans, Miniators and Italian exotica—plus the gutsy female drivers of the Islamic Republic.
Romanians will readily flirt with the danger of cadmium poisoning just to have a fleet of lovely yellow taxicabs — just like New Yorkers.
Though the quality on this video is pretty poor, you get the idea. We've got Estupendo Mario sitting in less than half a Dacia, doing half-car donuts and half-car stoppies. This feels like what happens when a bunch of Spanish grease monkeys get a throwaway car and someone says "Hey chicos, ver esto!" How did nobody…
Since you good folks decided the Nissan Cube pickup would be best suffixed with -amino, we'll keep the same convention for this latest offering from Renault's Dacia brand. If you live in Romania, and love truck/cars, you're in luck cause the Dacia Logan (amino) Pick-Up is a light duty small truck with all the modern…