Dacia introduces updated Logan and Sandero ahead of Paris premiere image

The Romanian automaker, a subsidiary of France’s Renault, has announced its lineup for the Paris Motor Show, which also includes the restyled and enhanced Logan and Sandero no-frills models.

The budget friendly brand has decided to go to Paris with the entire Sandero and Logan families – the refreshed models have now been announced officially by Dacia through the first picture and information. We can see the models all wear top of the line trim and have been enhanced with a Duster-inspired front grille – other updates up front include refreshed headlights now with LED daytime running lights. All four models have a reworked bumper and there’s also an easy to spot silver finish surrounding the fog lights. There’s no image with the rear of the vehicles, but Dacia contends the only changes were slight tweaks to the taillights to mirror the new front fascias.

More importantly, the cabin of all four models will be revised, with the company looking to present them with updated materials, ergonomics, materials, and storage areas. Dacia has also announced the roster will also get a new engine – with rumors pointing towards a more powerful version sitting above the 90-hp 0.9-liter turbocharged three-cylinder, maybe even the Duster SUV’s 1.2-liter packing 125 hp.