Dacia Logan MCV prices
The Dacia Logan MCV has become the UK’s cheapest estate, with prices starting from only £6,995
Essentially a five-seater estate version of the Sandero, the MCV features a 573-litre boot with the seats up, which swells to 1,518-litres with the seats down – 253 and 318 litres bigger respectively than the Sandero hatchback.
As with the rest of the Dacia range, three trim levels are available – Access, Ambiance and Laureate – and two petrol and one diesel engine will be offered.
The Logan MCV Access includes 15-inch steel wheels, ABS, traction control and four airbags and can only be had with the tried and tested 74bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine.
For an extra £600, you can upgrade to the MCV Ambiance, which adds a radio/CD player, USB input, Bluetooth, remote central locking and electric front windows.
The top-spec Logan MCV Laureate is expected to be the biggest seller in the UK. It starts at £8,995 and includes air conditioning, electric door mirrors, cruise control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, electric rear windows and front fog lights.
Both the Ambiance and Laureate are available with the choice of the 89bhp 0.9-litre three-cylinder petrol and 89bhp 1.5-litre four-cylinder diesel, in addition to the 1.2 petrol. Despite the small engines, Renault is keen to point out that the heaviest Logan MCV weighs only 1,090kg.
Options include a seven-inch touchscreen sat-nav (£250), rear parking sensors (£250) and leather upholstery (£600) on Laureate models. On Ambiance and Lauriate models, metallic paint costs £495 and 15-inch alloys are £425.
The Access model comes exclusively in white, while the Ambiance and Lauriate come in a choice of five colours - Cinder Red, Mercury, Pearl Black, Sargasso Blue and Stone.