Dacia Logan MCV Stepway (2017–)

Model History

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 in June 2017.

The Logan MCV Stepway has flared wheel arches, roof rails and a ground clearance of 174mm. It maintains the same impressive boot space of 573litres – one of the largest amongst any segment in the market. The Logan MCV Stepway is available in Lauréate trim offering a high specification as standard.

At the front, the Logan MCV Stepway sports a two-tone bumper as well as a satin-effect chrome skid plate, plus the fitment of fog lights. The model incorporates Dacia’s new lighting signature with headlights that now incorporate LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL) in the form of four stacked rectangles.

The Logan MCV Stepway’s grille mirrors the black elements of the two-tone bumper, with the chrome rectangles rounding off its distinctive style in much the same manner as the Duster.

The Logan MCV Stepway also has Dark Metal door mirror housings and Stepway decals on the front doors, along with Dark Metal longitudinal roof bars which further emphasise the model’s estate car lines.

At the rear, tail lights are bordered with black metal and echoes the front end with its two-tone rear bumper and satin-effect chrome skid plate – characteristics of Dacia’s Stepway range.

The Logan MCV Stepway Lauréate comes in a choice of nine colours at launch, combined with new, 16-inch Stepway Flexwheels. This smart, economical and attractive system comprises a wheel trim design that fits over a similarly slotted rim.

Inside, the Logan MCV Stepway benefits from the same upgrades given to the rest of the Dacia range in late 2016 with satin-effect chrome finish for the air vent surrounds, trim strip and centre console fascia, while a new four-spoke steering wheel design has an exclusive Soft Feel finish and a ‘Stepway’ logo on the chrome surround.

Available in Lauréate trim, the 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 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.

January 2019

The SUV-inspired Logan MCV Stepway has a muscular style with flared wheel arches, roof rails and a ground clearance of 174mm over the standard Logan MCV. Priced from £12,495, it is only available in top-of-the-range Comfort trim and offers a generous level of standard equipment, with luxuries such as 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.

The SUV-inspired Logan MCV Stepway has a muscular style with flared wheel arches, roof rails and a ground clearance of 174mm over the standard Logan MCV. Priced from £12,495, it is only available in top-of-the-range Comfort trim and offers a generous level of standard equipment, with luxuries such as 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.

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 Stepway Technical Information

Version

Drive

Power

(hp @ rpm)

Torque

(Nm @ rpm)

0-62mph (sec)

Top speed (mph)

Comfort TCe 90

2WD

90 @ 5,000

140 @ 2,250

12.4

104

Comfort Blue dCi 95

2WD

95 @ 3,750

220 @ 1,750

12.6

111

Logan MCV Stepway Ownership Information & Pricing

Version

MPG (WLTP)

CO 2 (g/km)

BIK

(band %)

VED (Year 1)

Ins. group

Price

Comfort TCe 90

43.5 - 45.6

125

26

£165

7E

£12,495

Comfort Blue dCi 95

60.1 - 62.7

103

24

£145

13E

£14,095

April 2019

Techroad limited edition announced

Sits above Comfort trim on Logan MCV Stepway and is available exclusively in two new colours: Fusion Red and Highland Grey.

On the outside the Techroad editions features special side decals with a grey and red motif and red detailing on the door mirror housings. A red centre cap also features on the Stepway's 16-inch alloy wheels.

On the inside the Techroad features red and grey detailing and stitching, plus the ‘Stepway’ logos embroidered into the fabric in the same colour. The same red detailing is on show throughout the cabin, including on the air vents, around the gear lever and the door handles and even the front and rear protective mats.

The Logan MCV Stepway Techroad is priced from £13,160, £665 more than the equivalent Comfort model, and is available with the TCe 90 petrol engine and Blue dCi 95 diesel engine.

January 2020

Dacia announces special edition models

Special edition SE Twenty models of Duster, Logan MCV Stepway and Sandero Stepway announced available to order with customer deliveries in March 2020. Sit above Comfort models with unique side decals along the bottom of the doors and a shiny black finish for the door mirror housings. Also a special blue centre cap for both the two-tone ‘Flex Expression’ 16-inch wheels on the Stepway models and the 17-inch diamond cut alloys on the Duster. Inside, SE Twenty models there are unique blue mesh fabric inserts for the seats, while the same colour is used to pick out the Duster and Stepway logos stitched into the front seat backrests. The interior is further enhanced by the addition of blue inserts for the surrounds of both the air vents and bespoke floor mats. Sandero Stepway and Logan MCV Stepway benefitting from the addition of a reversing camera. SE Twenty versions are priced from £11,295 for the Sandero Stepway and £12,795 for the Logan MCV Stepway. Both available with the TCe 90 petrol engine, while the Logan MCV Stepway also has the option of the Blue dCi 95 diesel. Both with a five-speed manual gearbox. As well as the SE Twenty upgrades, the Stepway models also feature the usual Comfort high specification, which includes soft-feel steering wheel, air conditioning, Media Nav Evolution multimedia system with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto®, DAB Radio and Bluetooth connectivity, rear parking sensors, cruise control and speed limiter.

February 2020

Bi-Fuel Dacia Logan MCV Stepway announced

Bi-Fuel (Petrol/LPG) version of Dacia Logan MCV Stepway introduced. 1.0 litre turbocharged engine offers 170Nm torque on LPG and 160Nm on petrol.

Version

MPG

CO 2 (g/km)

BIK

(band %)

VED (Year 1)

Ins. group

OTR

Price

Comfort TCe 100 Bi-Fuel

47.1 (Bi-Fuel 38.2)

134 (Bi-Fuel 121)

32

£170

8E

£12,795

SE Twenty TCe 100 Bi-Fuel

47.1 (Bi-Fuel 38.2)

134 (Bi-Fuel 121)

32

£170

8E

£13,195

June 2020

Dacia is offering a new dual-fuel powertrain option to its UK range, making it the only mainstream manufacturer to offer vehicles that run on LPG (liquid petroleum gas)

LPG versions of the Dacia Duster, Sandero and Logan MCV models are now available, badged TCe 100 Bi-Fuel. All are powered by a 1.0-litre turbocharged dual-fuel powertrain and look identical to their petrol and diesel equivalents.

Prices rise from £7995 for a Sandero ( Essential trim) to £9145 for the Sandero Essential Bi-Fuel, while the Duster Essential Bi-Fuel is priced at £13,195 compared to the £12,795 price tag of the Duster Essential petrol version.

A button on the dashboard switches between the petrol and LPG tanks, offering a combined range of up to 620 miles. The steel LPG tank is mounted in place of the spare wheel, meaning boot space is unaffected.

Dacia says that CO2 is reduced and torque is improved in LPG mode. In the Sandero, the smallest model, the new engine shaves nine per cent off of previous emissions. The Duster sees an 11 per cent drop in CO2 emissions, with up to 2.4 tonnes CO2 saving over a four-year period.

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