Car maker Dacia, owned by Frances’ Renault, launched on Tuesday the new Logan MCV, an estate model that targets people looking for a vehicle with high loading capacity that is suited both for city traffic and long travels.
The Logan MCV comes with two gasoline and diesel engines of 75 and 90 brake horse power and the car maker plans to roll out a new version fueled by NLG. It has a boot of 573 liters, which is a new record in its segment.
Thomas Dubruel, commercial director of Dacia, said: “The new Logan MCV is not only the derived estate version of the Logan model. It’s a model that successfully combines the stylish design and the practical aspect, a model that has all the assets to convince both Romanian and Western clients.”
The new estate model has a starting price of EUR 7,790 (VAT included) that can go as high as EUR 12,300 for the most accessorized version.