Price and Equipment of New Dacia Spring Cargo in Spain Revealed

Price and Equipment of New Dacia Spring Cargo in Spain Revealed

The novel Dacia Spring Cargo has already been introduced in the Spanish market. As a commercial vehicle variant of Dacia’s premier electric car, it marks the commencement of its commercial expedition and is all set to invade the dealerships. Its distinctive features include its compact size, remarkable attributes, and most importantly, its price.

The Dacia Spring Cargo commercial vehicle model has made its debut in Spain and is ready to embark on the leading role in the ambitious process of electrification, in which the market for commercial vehicles that transverse our cities on a daily basis has taken the plunge. Although it may appear to be a regular Spring model, the interior of the Dacia Spring Cargo contains significant new features.

Upon inspection of the cabin of the novel Spring Cargo, it becomes apparent that Dacia has removed the rear seats from its maiden electric vehicle, with the intention of creating a spacious cargo area. The voluminous cargo space reaches 1,100 liters and can carry a payload of up to 325 kilograms, enabling the transportation of objects exceeding a meter in length. The passenger compartment has been separated from the cargo area through the installation of a grille.

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In terms of equipment, the Spring commercial variant is equipped with adequate and sufficient features for everyday use. Here is a rundown of the most notable standard equipment:

  • Tire pressure monitoring
  • Multiple airbags (front and side)
  • SAFE emergency braking assistance
  • Manual air conditioning
  • LED daytime running lights
  • Automatic lighting
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Central locking
  • 14-inch steel wheels
  • Mode 3 charging cable and mode 2 charging cable
  • e-Call emergency call system
  • Radio Plug & Dacia
  • Front electric windows
  • Speed limiter
  • Hill-start assist

The self-governance of the novel Dacia Spring Cargo is of great interest due to its complete electric nature. The nucleus of this recent creation is a lithium-ion battery boasting 26.8 kWh capacity. The primary function of the stored energy is to energize a petite engine that generates 33 kW (45 hp) and a maximum torque of 125 Nm.

The propulsion energy is transmitted to the front axle without any option for all-wheel drive. The Spring Cargo’s range is purportedly 230 kilometers based on the WLTP cycle.