Dacia sold a number of 9,710 new auto vehicles in France in June 2012, up by 43.7 per cent from the 6,757 units sold in the same period last year, the Committee of French Auto Manufacturers (CCFA) announced yesterday, quoted by Agerpres. In the first six months of the year Dacia sales on the French market dropped by 13.7 per cent to 41,183 units, down from 47,734 units sold in the same period last year. In June the French auto market registered a 5.6 per cent year-on-year drop when it comes to new car sales, reaching a level of 208,225 units. Renault Group sales grew by 9.5 per cent to 50,018 units. On the other hand, PSA Peugeut Citroen, the largest French auto manufacturer, registered a 9.5 per cent drop to 63,551 units. Meanwhile, the manufacturer announced that the Dokker and Dokker Van models produced by Dacia in its plant in Tangiers, Morocco, will start to be sold in June in Morocco and in the autumn of this year in Europe. Dacia Dokker is a 5-seat combi for both personal and professional use, while Dacia Dokker Van is a van mainly for small traders and entrepreneurs. Dacia Dokker and Dokker Van will have four engine options – two gasoline engine and two diesel oil engine options – depending on the countries they are sold in.