Renault has officially pulled the wraps off the second generation of the Logan in Brazil, highlighting the model for the first time.
The new generation of the Renault Logan, which is made in Brazil, is now being placed into the spotlights, several months after the new Dacia Logan generation has made its public debut. The model in question is coming with several unique but not major design touches, which includes the chrome lining on the front grille, the ditched circular aircon vent in favor of the rectangular design, black dashboard and seat fabrics for the base model and a two-tone combination with silver inserts for higher grades and much more.
Three trim levels will be offered on the Renault Logan, the Authentique, the Expression and the Dynamique, with standard features including the ABS or the two front airbags, with the Expression adding the front power windows, AC, trip computer, height adjusting steering wheel, music system, alarm and more, while the top of the line Dynamique is getting rear power windows, electric wing mirrors, fog lights, split folding rear seats and others. As far as the engine lineup goes, this includes a 1.0 liter unit, with 77 HP, along with the 1.6 liter with 98 HP. The model will go on sale in Brazil at the end of November.