Dacia Lodgy going to Leipzig Auto Show in Germany image

The Romanian based automaker Dacia has recently announced that the all-new Lodgy MPV will hit Germany and the model will be presented at the Auto Mobil International (AMI) in Leipzig, in June.

After being officially presented to the public in a world premiere at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, the Dacia Lodgy is once again getting ready for some attention thanks to its future German debut, which has been scheduled for the 10th of June, 2012, at the Auto Mobil International (AMI) in Leipzig. The all-new Dacia Lodgy will also be launched in Germany after the automotive event and the model will have a starting price of 9,990 euros for the base entry-level version.

The Dacia Lodgy is 4.5 meters long and the model will be launched with either five or seven seats, but its cabin is significantly improved compared to other vehicles in the company’s lineup, like the Sandero hatchback, the Logan sedan or even the Duster SUV. The Romanian MPV will get a navigation system and a new 1.2 liter turbocharged petrol engine, which will put down 115 horsepower. The small unit will be offered along with the 1.6 liter 85 HP petrol burner and the 1.5 dCi diesel in two outputs, with 90 HP and 110 HP.