The Romanian automaker, a fully owned subsidiary of Renault, has presented itself in front of the worldwide audience of the Paris Motor Show with a renovated base lineup.
The basis of the Dacia family – the Logan sedan, Logan MCV station wagon, Sandero hatchback and Sandero Stepway have been updated, with complete redesigns for the front and back. The changes include different front fascia with modified grilles, bumpers, headlights as well as a new signature for both the front and back lighting clusters. The Sandero and Logan families feature the Duster grille and also come equipped with LED daylight driving lights. Inside, the four models come with new ambiances and upholstery, a brand-new four-spoke steering wheel, reworked controls, new storage compartments, a reversing camera, and hill start assist.
At the start of the range sits a new SCe 75 1 L petrol engine, which should be modern and efficient and highly affordable. In France, where the Dacia range is highly successful, the refreshed cars are available at the exact same price as before – €7,990 for the Sandero, €7,790 for the Logan sedan and €8,990 for the very practical Logan MCV.
The new models are already available on order and the automaker has also decided to offer its first automatic gearbox (the one found on the Logan and Sandero is a mechanized manual) on the Duster SUV. The crossover uses the EDC automatic from the Renault family and will be available on the dCi110 2WD, for €1,300 beginning early next year.