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Dacia announces Logan MCV prices

Dacia announces Logan MCV prices

Small estate to go on sale in the UK for £6995, £1000 more than its Sandero sibling

The Dacia Logan Maximum Capacity Vehicle (MCV) will be the cheapest estate car in Britain when it goes on sale. The Romanian manufacturer’s fourth model will cost from £6995.

As with the Sandero, the Logan MCV range comprises three trim levels and three engines. The base Access model, with its headline-grabbing price, is only available with a 74bhp 1.2-litre petrol engine. Standard equipment on the Access includes four airbags, ABS, stability control and ISOFIX seat mountings.

Both Ambiance and the range-topping Laureate models offer two more engine choices; a 1.5-litre diesel with 89bhp and a turbocharged 900cc three-cylinder petrol, also producing 89bhp. The latter is available in Ambiance spec from £8395, or in Laureate for £1400 more. The diesels cost £9395 and £10,795.

Ambiance trim adds a Bluetooth-compatible stereo, electric windows and remote central locking to Access specification. Laureate brings air conditioning, alloy wheels and cruise control.

The Logan MCV boasts a seats-up boot capacity of 573 litres, extendable to 1518 litres with the rear seats down. The boot loading lip is 589mm from the ground, and has a maximum width of 1011mm. Dacia claims this makes the Logan MCV the most capacious supermini estate, as well as the most affordable.

Dacia is offering two accessory packs on all Logan MCV models. The Protection Pack adds rear parking sensors, a boot liner and rear floor mats for £225. The Touring Pack costs £280 and comprises a front armrest, roof bars and a boot luggage net.

Options exclusively for the Laureate model include a MediaNav touchscreen infotainment system at £250 and leather upholstery for £600. Metallic paint can be specced on every model bar the Access for £495, with five colours available: Cinder Red, Mercury, Pearl Black, Sargasso Blue and Stone.

Orders for the Logan MCV are being taken at Dacia dealers now, with the first cars scheduled to arrive in July.

Matt Bird