Renault has introduced the new generation of the Logan to Brazil, where the cheapest version of the model has been priced from 10,643 euros.
The 2014 Renault / Dacia Logan has been officially introduced back in 2012, during the Paris Motor Show, and now the model is available to its future customers in Brazil too. The model in question has been introduced to the South American country recently where the cheapest variant can be yours from 10,643 euros, or BR33,390. For the money, you will get the 1.0 liter engine under the hood, producing 80 HP and returning 12.1L / 100 km on ethanol and 8.4L / 100 km on petrol.
Besides the 1.0 liter unit borrowed from the Clio 3, Renault is also offering the 1.6 liter 16-valve unit, which is producing a total output of 106 HP on ethanol and 98 HP on petrol. This variant can reach a top speed of 180 km/h and it’s available from 13,416 euros or BR42,100. In Europe, the Dacia Logan II is also being offered with the 1.2L TCE 90 engine, from the new Twingo and Clio generations, producing 90 HP and 135 Nm of torque, along with the 1.5 dCi, in two power versions, 75 HP and 90 HP.