The first generation of the Dacia / Renault Logan has recently came to life once more with different badges on its body and some other modifications, as a Datsun on-DO, in Russia.
The previous Dacia / Renault Logan generation may have left the production line a couple of years ago, but Nissan has resurrected the model through its Datsun brand, in Russia. The vehicle in question is named the Datsun on-DO and it’s produced in Russia by Renault-Nissan. Datsun will be offering this model with a single 1.6 liter petrol burner, producing 87 HP. Prices for the vehicle will stand at the equivalent of 8,100 euros.
The first generation of the Dacia Logan has been in production since 2008 and it was also known as the Lada Largus, the EMC E36, the Nissan NP200, the Renault TOndar 90, the Mahindra Verito, the Nissan Aprio and the Renault Logan. In Romania, the model has been assembled until 2012, when the new generation was unveiled. On its local auto market, the model came with a choice of five engines, the 1.4 MPI, 1.6 MPI, 1.6 16V, 1.5 dCi with 75 HP and 1.6 dCi with 85 HP. A single transmission was offered for the Logan in Romania, the 5-speed manual.