Dacia Logan MCV (2013–)

Model History

March 2013

UK order books open

Like the New Sandero, the Logan MCV comes with a choice of two petrol engines: 1.2 16v 75, versatile and economical, both in terms of initial purchase price and running costs; and the brand new 0.9 TCe 90, a three-cylinder turbocharged petrol unit that epitomizes the Renault group’s powertrain excellence. The TCe 90 is a featherweight marvel, weighing 15 kg less than a conventional engine of equivalent power. It offers crisp, supple acceleration to combine motoring pleasure with enviable fuel economy (56.5mpg) and low emissions (116 g/km).

By combining low fuel consumption with record loading volume of 573 litres, New Logan MCV gives the very best ratio between fuel economy and load capacity, making it the very best proposition for budget-conscious customers who need great load carrying capabilities.

New Logan MCV will be available with the 1.5 dCi diesel engine, producing 66 kW (90 hp). The 1.5 dCi is the Renault group’s best selling power unit, renowned for reliability, performance and environmental credentials. Recent optimisation brings further enhancements to acceleration, and fuel consumption remains among the lowest in this segment, at 74.3mpg for a very low environmental impact of 99 g/km.

With the Eco Mode function (on TCe 90 and dCi 90), the driver can select optimised fuel economy at any time. Eco Mode adjusts certain engine settings and climate control parameters, to suit the driver and passengers. Depending on usual driving style and road conditions, Eco Mode can bring improvements of up to 10% in fuel consumption andemissions.

For maximum protection, New Logan MCV offers front side airbags in addition to driver and front passenger airbags. There’s an audible and visual driver and front passenger seatbelt reminder on all versions in Europe, and Isofix fasteners on the two outer rear seats for fast, trouble-free fitting of child and baby seats. The body structure has programmed crumple zones to absorb impact energy. And the bumper and bonnet area are also designed, in terms of shape, rigidity and thickness, for optimum impact energy absorption, to achieve the best possible protection for pedestrians in the event of frontal impact.

April 2013

UK pricing announced

From Just £6,995. Available to order for delivery from July 2013 (this later became September 2013). 573-litre boot with the rear seats in place. With the seats down and a cavernous 1,518 litres freed up, it drops to only 4.6p.

As a comparison, a Skoda Fabia Estate only musters a 505 litre boot, with a list price from The list price from£11,105. The Ibiza ST, starts at £12,260.

Whether it’s going to be used as the family workhorse, taking dogs to the park, carting mountain bikes around for dirty (riding) weekends, or loading up with the latest season’s gardening essentials, Logan MCV is built to make life simple. That its boot is vast is immediately obvious, but backing up its impressive practicality is an equally helpful low loading lip. Just 589mm up from the ground. The boot opening’s a decent size too, with a 787mm entry gap up to the roof, combined with a 1011mm boot opening width. Forget the sink, with those kinds of figures, it’s plenty big enough to take the entire kitchen.

It would be churlish to think Dacia is expecting buyers to buy its new baby only for its unpretentious practicality. Underneath its smart looks, Logan MCV has plenty more to offer. Including bulletproof reliability and very low running costs.

In true Dacia ‘simplicity’ style, the Logan MCV line-up mirrors its sister car, Sandero, exactly. The only difference is £1,000 in price between comparable versions, to account for its estate body. Three easily distinguishable trim levels are on offer, Access, Ambiance and Lauréate, priced from only £6,995 to a still scarcely believable £10,795 for the range-topping diesel.

Trim level

Engine

CO 2 emissions

MPG (combined)

Benefit-in-kind

On-the-road price

Access

1.2 16V 75

135

48.7

18%

£6,995

Ambiance

1.2 16V 75

135

48.7

18%

£7,595

0.9 TCe 90

116

56.5

14%

£8,395

1.5 dCi 90

99

74.3

13%

£9.395

Lauréate

1.2 16V 75

135

48.7

18%

£8,995

0.9 TCe 90

116

56.5

14%

£9,795

1.5 dCi 90

99

74.3

13%

£10,795

The starting point for this load-lugging frivolity is Access. Unlike its Sandero and Duster siblings, it even comes with the stylish addition of body coloured bumpers. Naturally, the 15” steel wheels round off its practical, rugged look.

Dacia hasn’t skimped on safety kit though, with ABS with EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution), ESC (Electronic Stability Control), ASR traction control, ISOFIX points in both outer rear seats and four airbags all fitted as standard. The all-new Sandero/Logan ranges have yet to be tested by Euro NCAP.

On the inside, its 573 litre boot versatility grows with a 60/40 split rear folding seats. Its characterful, no-nonsense nature is reinforced by manual windows and pre-wiring for the optional accessory fit radio and speakers which will be available to buy through official Dacia Retailers.

Only £600 more takes buyers up to Ambiance, the mid-point of the range. There, a whole array of additional style and comfort features kick in. Among them are a radio CD player with fingertip remote controls, USB/AUX input/ Bluetooth™, remote central locking, electric front windows, 15” ‘Colorado’ wheel trims and black roof bars. Befitting its name, trading up to this version also brings with it some plush interior touches such as chrome surrounds for the air vents, instrument dials and steering wheel logo.

Like other Dacias, the range-topping Lauréate is likely to account for the bulk of sales. With an extensive equipment list and prices from £8,995, it’s easy to see why.

Typifying Dacia’s approach of offering big car features for small car prices, the Logan MCV range-topper comes packed with air conditioning, heated and electrically adjustable door mirrors, cruise control and electric rear windows as standard.

Things get even better with a height adjustable driver’s seat and steering wheel, leather steering wheel and gearknob and an upgraded radio CD player with MP3 CD reader, fingertip remote controls and four speakers. The interior also becomes more upmarket with a graphite look finish for the centre console surround, front door handles and steering wheel lower insert.

Its modern looks are also made even sharper with 15” ‘Kalahari’ wheel trims, chrome front grille, front fog lights, body-coloured door handles and door mirrors and satin chrome roof bars.

Powering it are a choice of three frugal engines. The first, the 1.2 16V 75, one of the Renault Group’s most tried and tested engines, is on offer with every trim level. The even more frugal, yet powerful, TCe 90 and dCi 90, can be had with both Ambiance and Lauréate.

Even the heaviest Logan MCV only weighs in at 1090kg, so in spite of its heady load-carrying ability, it hasn’t got a hulking great body to haul around. Proving it, the smallest powerplant, the four-cylinder 1.2 petrol delivers 48.7 mpg on the combined cycle with CO2emissions of 135g/km, enough for road tax band E. That means road tax of just over £10 per month.

The second engine for Dacia’s new supermini is the TCe 90. It’s relatively new to the brand, following its launch on Sandero, after debuting in the Renault Clio with the added bonus of Stop&Start technology. In Logan MCV, the 0.9-litre three-cylinder turbocharged unit is capable of 109 mph, with fuel economy of 56.5 mpg and CO2emissions of just 116 g/km. That adds up to just £30 in road tax every year, with absolutely zero to pay in the first. It also comes with Hill Start Assist on UK models.

Rounding off the series of modern engines is the new dCi 90. Belying it’s 1.5-litre diesel size, it delivers 74.3 mpg and sub-100 grams of CO2per kilometre emissions. In other words, you don’t owe the taxman a penny when it comes to road fund licence, plus, London drivers will currently be able to sidestep the Congestion Charge.

February 2014

Extended warranties of up to 5 and up to 7 years and fixed price service packages now offered online to existing Dacia owners whose cars are less than 12 months old. Prices are the same as if they took the packages on purchase: 5 year/60k mile warranty (whichever comes first) £395; 7 year/100k mile warranty (whichever comes first £850; 3 year/36k mile service plan £489. All are trasferable to the new owner on sale of the car.

March 2015

Prices of Laureate Prime announced

These luxuriously appointed models, featuring an exclusive colour scheme, are being introduced to mark 10 years since the Romanian brand re-launched in Europe in 2005, and are available for just £500 more than the existing Lauréate versions. It offers buyers the chance to own a more distinctive, more personalised car while remaining faithful to Dacia’s exceptional ‘shockingly affordable’ value-for-money ethos.

All Lauréate Prime special editions are finished in exclusive Cosmos Blue metallic paint, which pays homage to Dacia’s traditional livery. This is reflected inside each car, with blue fabric inserts on the front and rear seats, blue detailing on the floor mats and blue seat belts.

Other distinguishing exterior features are smart dark metal alloy wheels and dark metal grey door mirror shells. Additional equipment over Lauréate versions includes a front central armrest, electric rear windows, leather steering wheel and the latest MediaNav Evolution multimedia system.

This has been re-designed with a full-colour menu screen and now features Apple’s SIRI voice recognition function, full seven-digit postcode recognition and TMC live traffic information. There have been hardware improvements, and the system allows access to the AHA cloud platform via a free smartphone app. Through the seven-inch multi-media touch-screen users have access to navigation, infotainment and hands-free telephone services; can stream music via Bluetooth or a USB or AUX connection; and can connect to social networks via a smartphone.

Lauréate Prime versions of the Sandero and Logan MCV are available with the 0.9-litre TCe 90 and 1.5-litre dCi 90 engines, while the Duster Lauréate Prime comes with the 1.5-litre dCi 110 engine in two- and four-wheel-drive configurations.

August 2015

New engines for Dacia Logan MCV

Model

Power

(hp @ rpm)

Torque

(Nm @ rpm)

0-62mph (sec)

Top speed (mph)

Access 1.2 16V 75

73 @ 5550

107 @ 4250

14.5

100

Ambiance 1.2 16V 75

73 @ 5550

107 @ 4250

14.5

100

Ambiance TCe 90

90 @ 5000

140 @ 2250

11.1

109

Ambiance dCi 90

90 @ 4000

220 @ 1750

11.8

107

Lauréate TCe 90

90 @ 5000

140 @ 2250

11.1

109

Lauréate dCi 90

90 @ 4000

220 @ 1750

11.8

107

Lauréate Prime TCe 90

90 @ 5000

140 @ 2250

11.1

109

Lauréate Prime dCi 90

90 @ 4000

220 @ 1750

11.8

107

Model

MPG

CO2 (g/km)

BIK (band %)

VED (band)

Insurance group

Access 1.2 16V 75

48.7

130

21%

D

3E

Ambiance 1.2 16V 75

48.7

130

21%

D

3E

Ambiance TCe 90

57.7

109

16%

B

9P

Ambiance dCi 90

80.7

90

16%

A

11P

Lauréate TCe 90

57.7

109

16%

B

11P

Lauréate dCi 90

80.7

90

16%

A

11P

Lauréate Prime TCe 90

57.7

109

16%

B

10A

Lauréate Prime dCi 90

80.7

90

16%

A

11A

Model

Price (On The Road)

Access 1.2 16V 75

£6.995

Ambiance 1.2 16V 75

£7,795

Ambiance TCe 90

£8,595

Ambiance dCi 90

£9,595

Lauréate TCe 90

£9,795

Lauréate dCi 90

£10,795

Lauréate Prime TCe 90

£10,295

Lauréate Prime dCi 90

£11,295

February 2016

5-speed Easy-R automated manual transmission available in Europe from Spring with 90 TCe only at a €600 premium.

December 2016

Prices and specs for 2017 Dacia Logan MCV announced

The 2017 Logan MCV is priced from £6,995. 1.2 16v 75PS 4-cylinder engine replaced with SCe 1.0 75PS three cylinder engine as used in Twingo and Smart, which is 10% more efficient. TCe 90 petrol and dCi 90 diesel engines continue.

Interior upgrades include a more elegant and more contemporary satin-effect chrome finish for the air vent surrounds, trim strip and centre console fascia, while a new four-spoke steering wheel design has the horn push in the centre instead of on the indicator stalk.

New steering wheel offers improved integration of cruise control and speed limiter buttons on Lauréate versions, and an exclusive Soft Feel finish. Front electric window switches have been moved from the centre console to a panel by the door handles.

Standard equipment enhanced with additions of DAB radio on all trim levels above Access. Air conditioning is now standard on Ambiance versions and above. Top-of-the-range Lauréate versions now include MediaNav navigation system, incorporating a 7-inch touchscreen, AUX input, radio and USB and Bluetooth connectivity, and rear parking sensors as standard. Reversing camera and Hill Start Assist are available.

Access versions include black cloth upholstery, LED daytime running lights, double optic headlights with chrome surrounds, tinted windows, ESC (Electronic Stability Control) with ASR (Traction control) and Hill Start Assist (HSA), Anti-lock braking system (ABS) and Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), driver’s airbag, passenger airbag with deactivation function, front side airbags, ISOFIX points for child seats in both outer rear seats, 15-inch Tarkine wheel trims and 60/40 split folding rear seat.

Ambiance adds manual air conditioning, electric front windows (with driver’s one touch), AUX and USB input, DAB/FM/AM radio with fingertip controls and two front and two rear speakers, Bluetooth, remote central locking, ECO mode (TCe 90 and dCi 90 versions only), Stop and Start (TCe 90 and dCi 90 versions only), anti-intruder automatic door-locking system and Satin Chrome central console surround and instrument dial surrounds. A new option for 2017 on the Ambiance trim is a Height Adjustment Pack (£50) that includes driver’s seat, steering wheel and front seatbelt height adjustment.

Logan MCV

0-62mph (secs)

CO 2 (g/km)

VED band

MPG (NEDC combined)

Insurance group

Price (OTR)

Access SCe 75

14.7

120

C

52.3

2E

£6,995

Ambiance SCe 75

14.7

120

C

52.3

2E

£7,995

Ambiance TCe 90

11.1

109

B

57.6

8E

£8,795

Ambiance dCi 90

11.8

90

A

80.7

9E

£10,195

Lauréate TCe 90

11.1

109

B

57.6

8E

£9,995

Lauréate dCi 90

11.8

90

A

80.7

9E

£11,395

April 2017

Dacia Logan MCV prices increased

Now from £7,295 for Access model (up from £6,999).

May 2017

Dacia Logan MCV Stepway goes on sale

The fifth member of the Dacia UK range is available to order now priced from £11,495 with first customer deliveries expected in June.

The New Logan MCV Stepway gets flared wheel arches, 16-inch wheels with 205/55 R16 road tyres, roof rails and a ground clearance of 174mm. It maintains the same impressive boot space of 573 litres (VDA). The New Logan MCV Stepway is available in Lauréate trim offering a high specification as standard.

Available in Lauréate trim, the New Logan MCV Stepway has a high standard of specification including heated and electrically adjustable door mirrors, rear parking sensors, height-adjustable driver’s seat and seven-inch touchscreen with MediaNav infotainment system which includes USB and AUX sockets, Bluetooth connectivity and satellite navigation with GB and Northern Ireland mapping.

The New Logan MCV Stepway is available with a choice of two economical engines – the well-proven TCe 90 petrol – with CO 2 as low as 115g/km and fuel economy of 55.4mpg (NEDC combined) – and the dCi 90 diesel – with CO 2 as low as 100g/km fuel economy of up to 72.4mpg (NEDC combined) . Both come with a five-speed manual transmission.

July 2017

Logan MCV updates introduced

The efficient SCe 75 engine is now offered with Lauréate trim and in response to customer demand, the Height Adjustment Pack becomes standard equipment for Ambiance trim.

The new 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine produces the same power as the outgoing 1.2-litre 16V 75, but is up to 10 per cent more efficient.

January 2019

Priced from £8,495, the spacious Dacia Logan MCV is the most affordable estate car on sale in the UK and is now offered in a choice of three trim levels – Access, Essential and Comfort. In Access trim the Logan MCV features 15-inch ‘Tarkine’ wheels, LED daytime running lights and Hill Start Assist. Essential trim, available from £9,295, adds DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity, air conditioning and electric front windows. Comfort trim, priced from £10,295, features 15-inch ‘Lassen’ wheel trims, touchscreen MediaNav satellite navigation system with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, rear parking sensors, cruise control, heated and electrically adjustable door mirrors and electric rear windows, all as standard.

The Logan MCV and Logan MCV Stepway both feature an impressive boot space of 573 litres, one of the largest among any segment in the market. No other car can accommodate so much at the price.

For the new Blue dCi 95 engine, available on both Logan MCV models with a five-speed manual transmission, the CO2 output is 97g/km for the Logan MCV and 103g/km for the Logan MCV Stepway, achieving 60.1 - 62.7 mpg (WLTP), with a power output of 95hp at 3,750 rpm and 220Nm of torque at 1,750 rpm.

Logan MCV Technical Information

Version

Drive

Power

(hp @ rpm)

Torque

(Nm @ rpm)

0-62mph (sec)

Top speed (mph)

Access SCe 75

2WD

75 @ 6,300

95 @ 3,500

15.5

98

Essential SCe 75

2WD

75 @ 6,300

95 @ 3,500

15.5

98

Essential TCe 90

2WD

90 @ 5,000

140 @ 2,250

11.1

109

Essential Blue dCi 95

2WD

95 @ 3,750

220 @ 1,750

12.4

111

Comfort SCe 75

2WD

75 @ 6,300

95 @ 3,500

15.5

98

Comfort TCe 90

2WD

90 @ 5,000

140 @ 2,250

11.1

109

Comfort Blue dCi 95

2WD

95 @ 3,750

220 @ 1,750

12.4

111

Logan MCV Ownership Information & Pricing

Version

MPG (WLTP)

CO 2 (g/km)

BIK

(band %)

VED (Year 1)

Ins. group

Price

Access SCe 75

44.1 - 45.6

124

25

£165

2E

£8,495

Essential SCe 75

44.1 - 45.6

124

25

£165

6E

£9,295

Essential TCe 90

43.5 - 45.6

121

26

£165

8E

£10,295

Essential Blue dCi 95

60.1 - 62.7

97

24

£145

16E

£11,895

Comfort SCe 75

44.1 - 45.6

124

25

£165

3E

£10,295

Comfort TCe 90

43.5 - 45.6

121

26

£165

8E

£11,295

Comfort Blue dCi 95

60.1 - 62.7

97

24

£145

16E

£12,895

April 2019

Dacia Logan MCV offer to taxi drivers:

The basic appeal is a 573 litre load area behind the back seats which have 60/40 split folding backrests and and room for five adults to travel in comfort, with generous rear leg and head room.

With Dacia’s Taxi Hire Purchase offer, the well-specced Logan MCV Comfort Blue dCi 95 is available for just £246 a month* (subject to a £2,580 deposit), over 48 months. Useful features rarely found at this price level include: MediaNav Evolution 7” Touchscreen with Satellite navigation and Apple CarPlayTM and Android AutoTM compatibility ; Air Conditioning ; Bluetooth ® Connectivity ; Cruise Control ; Rear Parking Sensors ; Door Mirrors – Heated and Electrically Adjustable ; Height-Adjustable driver’s seat and steering wheel.

The efficient new Blue dCi 95 engine offers exceptional fuel economy, producing 95hp whilst achieving 60.1-62.7 mpg and low emissions of only 97-103 g/km. The Logan MCV also benefits from low VED charges of £145 for the Blue dCi engine from 2nd year onwards and has an insurance rating of 16E.

The Logan MCV Essential Blue dCi 95 is also eligible for the offer, priced at £227 per month* (deposit: £2,380).

Dacia Logan MCV Taxi Hire Purchase

Version

Customer Deposit

Length of Agreement

Monthly Payment

APR (%)

Logan MCV Blue dCi 95 Essential

£2,380

48

£227

6.9

Logan MCV Blue dCi 95 Comfort

£2,580

48

£246

6.9

What does a Dacia Logan MCV (2013) cost?

List Price from £7,075
Buy new from £6,826
Contract hire from £129.70 per month
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