Dacia Logan MCV: Pictures and details
Full details of the new Dacia Logan MCV are released on its unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show.
The all-new Dacia Logan MCV is set to be Britain’s cheapest estate car, with prices expected to start at around £8,000.
It was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show this week, and is effectively an estate version of the Dacia Sandero supermini – the Logan MCV is 430mm longer, at 4.49 metres long.
The bigger dimensions mean a generous amount of space inside: the Logan MCV offers 573 litres of boot space with the rear seats in place, and 1,518 litres when they’re folded. That’s more than in the much bigger Ford Focus Estate, which has 476 litres and 1,502 litres respectively, and only just down on the all-new Volkswagen Golf Estate, which promises 605 litres and 1,620 litres.
Engines will be the same as in the Sandero, so buyers can choose from 75bhp 1.2-litre or 90bhp 0.9-litre petrol engines, or a 90bhp 1.5-litre diesel.
The Logan MCV expands the Dacia range to four models in the UK, joining the Sandero and rugged Sandero Stepway, as well as the Dacia Duster 4x4, which was recently crowned CarBuyer Car of the Year 2013.
To view the rest of the range in full, visit the CarBuyer Dacia reviews page.
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