If you’re looking for a roomy, family-friendly runner with impressive boot space, Dacia’s Logan MCV ticks all the right boxes. An aesthetically pleasing estate available in three different trim levels, this is a dynamic model that’s as reliable as it is eager to impress.
The all-new Logan MCV brings contemporary flair to your drive, with the latest edition showcasing chic style tweaks, from a new bumper to chrome highlights that incorporate Dacia’s signature daytime running lights. A gently tapering roofline adds elegance to the silhouette, while roof bars provide extra practicality when you need it. With a set of sophisticated paint colours on offer too, you’re sure to get noticed on the road.
One of the Dacia Logan’s main strengths is its ability to transport a remarkable amount. The boot volume offers an impressive 571-litres, which expands to 1,518-litres with the rear seats folded down. This makes accommodating large or awkwardly-shaped objects a breeze. For you and your passengers, the environment is one of light and comfort thanks to large windows, improved upholstery and an intuitive dash.
Dacia’s Essential model comes with plenty of technology to keep you entertained. Listen to your favourite stations via the DAB radio and enjoy hands-free communication thanks to Bluetooth connectivity.
There’s also a USB port for MP3 players. Opt for the range-topping Comfort trim and you’ll benefit from a Media Nav system including a 7-inch touchscreen and smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
When it comes to reliability and safety, Dacia models don’t cut corners. Aside from a reinforced body structure for improved impact protection, the Logan MCV also has front and side airbags, ISOFIX anchor points for child seats, and adjustable head rests. Rear parking sensors and a reversing camera are available too, to make manoeuvring simpler and safer.
The 16-inch, wide alloys give the Logan MCV impressive grip out on the road while the light handling makes this vehicle enjoyable to drive. There are two petrol engines available – a 0.9-litre and a 1-litre – both offering a standout performance and respectable fuel economy. The diesel engine, meanwhile, has plenty of pulling power even when the Dacia is fully loaded and keeps fuel consumption down on long-distance journeys.