Dacia Logan 2014

December 25th, 2013 · 0 Comments · Dacia

Dacia Logan 2014 – Back in 2006, when it launched the Dacia Logan 2014 esstate car, its model line is limited, so we decided to have two models in one to one farm and cavernous sevenseater. Style and external dimensions reflect this too  seemed a farm, but it was made extra high to provide high MPV buyers expect. Was it successful? Of course it was and despite having gone out of production in the Romanian Dacia plant in November 2012, is still being manufactured today, virtually unchanged, in Russia, as the Lada Largus. Now that also has the Dacia Logan 2014 MPV seven seats, there was room in their current range over more conventional car roots. Thus, the new Dacia Logan, a complete rethinking of the concept, shown at the Geneva Motor Show is introduced.

In fact, when the first Logan was launched, the three letters Multi Convivial Vehicle. Now they are calling a Vehicle Capacity, keeping the label with your family name, but changing its meaning no complain about it. As this is a family car, the boot capacity is one of its main selling points and Dacia Logan 2014 is one of the highest scoring car in its class in this category, as it has a total cargo volume of 573 liter the rear seats up and 1518 liters when folded. For perspective, the wagon version of the seventh generation of the Golf only gets additional 32 liters in volume and 102 respectively. The engine range will be extended from Logan and Sandero, so that the new petrol engine the same 1.2liter base with 75 hp, the 90 tec 900cc turbo unit with 90 hp and 1.5 becomes known liter DCi diesel also make 90 hp. However, even with the additional volume of the larger body, the Logan Diesel can still achieve an impressive combined fuel consumption of 3.8 l/100 km  74.3 mpg UK  while emitting 99 g / km of CO2. It is expected that the first deliveries starting in July and apart from all the usual markets is located in Logan, also make up the fourth model in the lineup Kingdom of Dacia  UK order books open in April.


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