Model of Dacia 1310 is the small car that was produced by the Romanian auto company Dacia. The debut of this model took place on a car show in Bucharest in 1979. This car was built on a base to the model already produced before 1300, and more precisely was his renewed version and offered in two variants of basket: 4-door sedan and 5-door station wagon.
In respect of external changes, then sedan of Dacia 1310 got: the renewed forehand with new front headlights, new stop-lights behind, and also renewed front and back bumper. The wheel-base of the car made a 2 441 mm, length, is a 4 390 mm (4410 mm), width is the 1 635 mm, and height is 1460 mm of Updating touched an interior - he was fully processed. It is needed to mark high reliability of this car. He was very popular in Europe.
The model of Dacia 1310 was exported in many countries of the world such, as South America, Great Britain, Canada.
For the Dacia 1310, the few variants of engines were offered: power aggregate by volume of a 1.4 L. by power of 62 hp at 5000 turns in a minute and motor by volume of a 1.3 L., power of that made 54 hp at 5 250 turns. Both engines were a carburetor and set at the front longitudinally. Two variants of transmission were also offered: 4-step and 5-step mechanical gear-boxes.
A front pendant at Dacia 1310 plugged in itself transversal levers with tractions, cylindrical springs and shock absorbers.
A back pendant in turn consisted of hard bridge on longitudinal and three-cornered levers, cylindrical springs and shock absorbers. Also the car was equipped by the stabilizations of transversal stability at the front and behind. Front disk and back drum brake mechanisms were included in the construction of the brake system.
In 1988 on the base of model 1310 was built the car and much more under the name Dacia 1320 CN1, that was produced in the five-door basket of a hatchback.
In 2002, the connection with the purchase of firm Dacia the French business concern Renault the fate of morally out-of-date family of Dacia 1310 was prejudged. In 2003 (the sales in some countries ceased only in 2004) his production was completed, and on changing of model 1310 auto came under the name Renault Logan.