About Leasing a Dacia Logan
Dacia Logan MCV is a practical estate car
Cheap to run and great for families
The Dacia Logan MCV was relaunched in 2017 with an improved practical estate car offering. It's not only cheap to run but great for families with a robust interior and nice handling.
ENGINES AND PERFORMANCE FOR THE DACIA LOGAN
The revamp saw a choice of TCe 90 petrol and dCi 90 diesel engines being introduced along with a Euro 6 compliant SCe 75 unit - a sprightly 1.0 litre three-cylinder petrol engine. The petrol engines come with stop and start and are mated to either a manual gearbox or the firm's 'Easy R' automated manual box. There's also a very good dCi 75 diesel unit available, again with a stop and start a boost economy to around 70mpg.
EQUIPMENT AND HANDLING
The 2017 new model of the Dacia Logan MCV (Maximum Capacity Vehicle) maintains the large interior cabin and boot, which is a useful 573 litres in size. The exterior styling has been tweaked and it now looks more rugged.
With sales increasing, the firm has shifted more than 4 million models in recent years, the entry level model is lacking equipment, the mid-range and higher specified versions of the Logan MCV offer great value for money. The interior has been redesigned, there's a new dashboard, and for families the materials will take robust use.
Out on the road, the Dacia Logan is a nice car to drive with good steering feedback and good grip on winding roads; it's also comfortable over long journeys and agile around town as well. Essentially, while the Dacia Logan MCV may not be on many potential driver’s shortlist, it's certainly worth considering with a value for money offering that is hard to beat, it’s also reliable with low running costs which makes it a sound choice for families and for those who need a spacious estate for their everyday needs.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE DACIA LOGAN
Why not have a look at the Logan on the official Dacia UK company website and get the latest news about the Logan at The UK Dacia Owners' Club. You may also like to see what they're saying about it on the Top Gear website.