2017 Dacia Logan sedan vs. 2012 Dacia Logan sedan – Old vs. New

Posted on: Dec 6, 2016 - 8:36pm IST

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.

Exterior:

2017 Dacia Logan sedan vs 2012 Dacia Logan sedan front quarter Old vs New

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.

Interior:

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.

2017 Dacia Logan sedan vs 2012 Dacia Logan sedan interior Old vs New

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.

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