Dacia is the best ambassador of the Romanian economy. Since 1999 when it was bought by Renault, the company suffered a huge modernization process. It now produces robust, reliable and affordable vehicles, meeting Renault’s standards. More than 90 % of the cars produced in the Romanian plant go to 37 countries from 4 continents. One of the best selling vehicles of the Romanian brand is the Dacia Logan, which celebrates 10 years of existence. And for this, the manufacturer will introduce a special edition of the model that will be exclusively destined for the Romanian market.
The Dacia Logan special edition features refreshed headlights, special badging, tinted taillights, restyled rear bumper with a lower grey section, along with turn signals incorporated in the side mirrors. The manufacturer placed a Renault Symbol inspired dashboard. The central inside area receives a glossy finish. Another notable option is an automatic AC system together with an optional touchscreen display with navigation. Dacia Logan special edition use the same size of tires, 185/65 r15 88t.There is also a bespoke upholstery, special side sills with "Logan 10 Years" lettering and optional features like a leather-wrapped steering wheel and cruise control.
It’s a first for the Dacia Logan to have the electric window switches placed on the doors but there's something special about them because the driver's door only shelters the switches for the front left and right windows while the ones for the rear windows are positioned on the central dashboard, just like in the Turkey-built Renault Symbol. Well, the starting price is 9,400 EUR for the model powered by a 75 bhp 1.2 16V engine. The 75 bhp 1.5 dCi diesel begins at 11,300 EUR. The special edition is already available on order. It will be limited to 2,000 units.
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