The ten cheapest cars in the world - #10 - Dacia/Renault Logan
The least cheap car in this list is the famous "low-cost" car created by Renault for its Romanian subsidiary Dacia. One can also find the Logan in Mexico under the Nissan Aprio name. Built in Romania, Turkey, Brazil, India and even Iran, the Logan was designed with low-cost and modern features in mind. This means it shares a lot with the Renault Clio/Modus and the Nissan Micra.
The Logan's sibling include a station wagon version and a hatchback called Sandero. You can buy a Logan with one of three gasoline engines (1.4 MPI, 1.6 MPI and 1.6 16V) good for 75 to 105 HP, with mileage around 31-34 mpg (U.S.) or with one of two versions of the 1.5 dCi diesel sourced from Renault, with 68 and 85 HP and mileage around 50-51 mpg (U.S.).
in some markets, such as Italy, the Logan can be ordered with LPG options, and one specially-tuned Logan participated in the last Challenge Bibendum and showed good green credentials.
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