Electric driving with DaciaElectrify your lifestyle with Dacia


Energy or money savings, driving comfort, and much more. Find out what Spring can offer you

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Switching to electric helps you save money:


  • On average, charging an electric vehicle is less expensive than buying petrol or diesel
  • Benefit from reductions or exemptions to ULEZ and congestions charge zones (subject to local restrictions and terms of individual schemes)
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An electric vehicle means zero tailpipe emissions while driving.


You can drive with 100% renewable energy:


  • by choosing a green electricity supplier
  • by installing a charging point at home
  • by charging your vehicle via photovoltaic equipment
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Did you know? For various reasons, you get a completely different driving experience with an electric vehicle:


  • Drive electric for more comfortable journeys with reduced noise, odours and vibrations.
  • An electric motor delivers optimum torque immediately. It offers better startup acceleration than an internal combustion engine.

Motor and battery

The formula is simple: a tried and tested powertrain and battery, for driving comfort and to help improve peace of mind!

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A tried and tested powertrain

The 33 kW powertrain and 26.8 kWh battery are the result of Groupe Renault’s experience in electromobility.



You get to enjoy optimum driving comfort with Spring’s powertrain and weight (less than 1 tonne) and its immediately available torque.

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A battery covered by warranty and certified

With Spring, you own your battery and it is guaranteed for 8 years or 75,000 miles with a guaranteed minimum charge capacity of 75%.


You can also download a battery health certificate from the MyDacia website or MyDacia app. Valid for 3 months, it makes reselling your vehicle easier by showing:


  • Current battery capacity (SOH or State of Health = current capacity/ initial capacity)**
  • Battery and vehicle mileage

**The SOH is taken from the battery management system (BMS) or from a calculation based on historical vehicle data (charge, discharge, temperature, time, etc.).