Renault has officially introduced the new Logan generation on the Russian auto market, as the first images with this model have been released in the country.
The new generation of the Renault Logan has been officially presented to the public on the Russian market, as the cheap vehicle will be soon launched in this country. The vehicle in question will come as a replacement of the first generation’s facelifted version and it will be easily recognizable when compared to its Dacia sibling, thanks to the Renault badges and to the several chromed features found on the front grille. The interior design is almost identical too and the engine lineup is expected to be similar, but no details on this subject have been announced yet.
As you may recall, the new generation of the Dacia Logan has been officially presented to the public back in September 2012, during the Paris Motor Show. The model in question is currently being produced in Romania, Morocco, Turkey and Brazil and it’s offered in two body styles, four-door sedan and five-door station wagon. Power is being provided by a choice of three petrol burners and a diesel unit, all of them mated to the five-speed manual transmission.