Se refera numai la Dacii fara catalizator (adica, pana in 1999).
In plus, sectia Dacia 1302 se refera numai la camionetele produsele sub acest nume - adica, numai 134 exemplare in 1983. Restul ("autocamioneta 0,4 tone") probabil sunt incadrate sub Dacia 1300.
Azi, banuiesc ca numerele sunt mult mai scazute. Sa nu uitam ca desi programul Rabla exista din 2004, 2010 a fost anul in care a intrat in adevarata forta, casandu-se 184,000 masini, in comparatie cu 107,000 in perioada 2004-2009. Si in urmatorii ani, cate nu s-au mai dus...
Mare miracol daca numarul combinat de Dacia 1100, Dacia Sport, 1320 si 1325 depaseste 1,000. Deja astazi, sa vezi una pe strada e un adevarat eveniment.
Some interesting stats from 2012, showing the disappearance of Dacias from Romania.
The figures refer only to pre-1999 Dacias - ie those not fitted with a catalytic convertor.
The Dacia 1302 section refers only to the 134 cars sold under the name of Dacia 1302 in 1983. Previously, the model had been officially known as the 0.4t light truck (catchy!). So there are more, but they are presumably covered in the Dacia 1300 section.
I would imagine that today, the numbers are massively reduced. The "Rabla" scrappage scheme, although having started in 2004, only really got going in 2010. In that year alone, 184,000 vehicles were scrapped - more than in the previous 5 years combined. And since then, it has continued apace.
I doubt that today, the numbers of existing 1100, Sport, 1320 and 1325 models reaches 1000. One on the street is already a seriously unusual sight.