2017 Dacia Lodgy introduced with interior & exterior updates
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Engine options remain untouched.
Following the launch of the facelifted Sandero and Logan range, Dacia has updated the Dacia Lodgy and Dacia Dokker with new exterior and interior features. The MY2017 cars will start arriving in European showrooms from April.
The standard variants come equipped with a new Sandero-inspired grille, a redesigned black plastic and chrome garnish around the registration plate (on the Lodgy) and new five-spoke 16-inch alloy wheels. The Stepway variants source the grille design from Sandero Stepway and new Flexwheel 16-inch Bayadère Dark Metal wheels, in addition to the black plastic cladding.
Inside, the 2017 Dacia Lodgy and Dokker get the new four-spoke Dacia steering wheel with a horn pad, redesigned air vents, satin-finish chrome touches on the dashboard and Stepway 3D weave upholstery. Dacia is offering the option of a reversing camera, while standard features of the Stepway include an armrest incorporated into the driver’s seat, one-touch window function for the driver, folding tables for rear passengers and an additional storage net for the front passenger.
The engine options of the Lodgy and Dokker remain untouched: they come with the SCe 100 petrol, TCe 115 gasoline and dCi 90 diesel. The Lodgy can be had with a dCi 110, while the Dokker is available with a dCi 75 diesel.