2017 Dacia Logan sedan vs. 2012 Dacia Logan sedan – Old vs. New
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To go on sale in early 2017.
Dacia had unveiled a facelift for the Dacia Sandero, Dacia Sandero Stepway, Dacia Logan MCV and the Dacia Logan sedan at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. Here’s a brief pictorial comparison between the new Logan sedan and the outgoing model.
The exterior receives a minor facelift, with most of the changes focusing on the face of the second generation Logan. It features a revised headlamps with three stacked rectangles similar to the Duster’s unit, LED daytime-running strips, redesigned bumper with larger fog lamps, new black plastic grille with rectangular elements and chrome slat, rectangular light signatures in the taillamps and optional reverse camera.
The interior looks largely identical to the outgoing model, save for a new multifunction steering wheel with a conventional horn pad, which gets “Soft Feel” texture in top-end grades.
The 2017 Dacia Logan also gets new storage spaces, 12 V power socket and a new bottle stowage space for rear occupants. The driver’s seat features an elbow rest on top grades.
Engine and Gearbox:
The facelift Logan and Sandero introduces a new 1.0L SCe three-cylinder unit paired with a 5-speed manual gearbox, which replaces the 1.2 16V engine. It produces develops 75 HP and comes equipped with an auto stop-start system.
The Logan retains the 0.9L turbocharged three-cylinder TCe 90 engine, 1.5L 4-cyl dCi 75 engine and 1.5L 4-cyl dCi 90 motor. Both the 0.9 TCe and 1.5L dCi 90 offer an Easy-R automated manual transmission as optional.