Hot on the heels of the new Sandero five-door hatch, Dacia has unveiled a redesign of the cheap, little car that started it all for the offshoot of Renault, the Logan. Now dubbed the New Logan, Dacia's inexpensive four-door economy car gets spruced up on the outside with a new front fascia inspired by the Sandero, as well as additional chrome brightwork on some models. While just an evolutionary upgrade of the Logan's original four-year-old design, the mid-cycle refresh is well timed as the Logan line has now grown to include a pickup and now a hatchback. The interior has also been upgraded to include the new dash introduced in the Sandero, and we expect the new looks inside and out to make their way to the Logan Pickup, as well. There aren't really any mechanical upgrades of note, except the inclusion of the Sandero's new Emergency Brake Assist function, but what do you expect for a base price of €7,400?
[Source: Autoblog Spanish]
NEW DACIA LOGAN ON SALE IN FRANCE FROM €7,600
Following the launch of Dacia Sandero in France on June 27, the Dacia brand is continuing to build its
appeal with a new version of Logan saloon.
New Dacia Logan maintains all the features that contributed to the success of the previous model –
unbeatable value for money, exceptional space and acknowledged reliability – while upgrading its interior
and exterior design. All the versions gain a wider range of equipment. At the same time, the Emergency
Brake Assist function introduced on Dacia Sandero, is now available on New Dacia Logan.
New Dacia Logan goes on sale in France from September 4. The entry-level price remains unchanged,
with a range starting at €7,600 including VAT. The network will be taking orders from July 1.