27 September 2013

Dacia launch Logan MCV

Dacia have now launched their third car in Ireland after Sandero and Duster.

The new Logan MCV (Maximum Capacity Vehicle) is effectively an estate version of the Sandero supermini, sharing the same underpinnings, engines and transmissions.

The brand claim this latest offering has best-in-class boot capacity at 573 litres, expandable to 1,518, and ample space for five adults.

Three frugal engines are offered: the 1.2- 75, the TCe 90 turbocharged petrol engine, and the dCi 90 diesel. The smallest 1.2 petrol delivers 5.8 L/100km (48.7mpg) on the combined cycle. Tax bands are from A2-B2 (€180-€280).

Grades are Alternative and Signature. The entry level trim has as standard, ABS with EBD (Electronic Brakeforece Distribution), ESC (Electronic Stability Control), ASR traction control, ISOFIX point sin both outer seats, and foru airbags.

The Signature trim adds a 7-function onboard computer, cruise control and speed limiter, electric rear windows, and air conditioning. Also offered are a height adjustable driver's seat and steering wheel, leather steering wheel and gear knob, fingertip remote controls and four speakers.

Logan comes with a standard warranty of 3 years / 100,000km. Up to a 5 year unlimited mileage warranty is offered for €369. You can buy a new Logan through Dacia Finance for €119 per month.

Prices are from €11,190-€15,690.