Has Dacia discontinued Logan?

Dacia Discontinues Logan MCV Station Wagon, “Grand Duster” Rumors Intensify. The first Dacia developed from the ground up with the help of Groupe Renault is the Logan. Available as a sedan and station wagon, the Logan will lose the family-oriented option for 2021 according to Ziarul Financiar.

How reliable is Dacia Logan?

Dacia’s reliability record shows promise; it finished 13th overall out of 31 makes in the 2018 What Car? Reliability Survey. Less impressive is that the Logan MCV was awarded just three stars overall in Euro NCAP tests in 2014 due to a particularly poor rating for adult occupant protection.

What does Logan MCV stand for?

Multi Convivial Vehicle
Cars like the Dacia Logan have established Renault’s budget division as the no-frills brand that can. To give it its full name, this car is known as the Logan MCV. MCV stands for Multi Convivial Vehicle, so we’ll just leave that there.

Will there be a new Dacia Logan?

Dacia has confirmed the new model will premiere in 2022 and is going to be followed by the middle of the decade by the company’s first C-segment model, the Bigster SUV with seven seats.

When does the new Dacia Logan come out?

New safety standards are coming into force in 2022, and as a result of these requirements, the Romanian automaker has been granted access to the CMF by Renault. Short for Common Module Family, the more expensive platform allows the Logan and Sandero to be equipped with driving aids that we take for granted in other cars such as the new Clio.

Is the Dacia Logan a no frills car?

It’s hard to match the value for money of the Sandero and Duster, and these models are also available in no-frills specification whereas rivals offer more standard equipment at higher starting prices. For the 2021 model year, however, Dacia will go through a few changes due to European legislation.

What’s the replacement for the Dacia Logan MCV?

Citing reports in the French business and automotive media, Ziarul Financiar believes that a seven-seat SUV will replace the Logan MCV along with the Lodgy. The Dokker commercial vehicle, on the other hand, is expected to be replaced by the Renault Kangoo Express.

Who is the owner of the Dacia brand?

Dacia, the low-cost manufacturer from Romania which is owned by Renault since 1999, is an automotive industry disruptor in the good sense of the word.