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Too Much of a Stretch? Dacia Logan MCV Limousine

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When you think about stretch limos, we sincerely doubt that Dacia is among the brands that come to mind. Still, that hasn’t deterred some folks from building one off the Logan MCV, a crossover version of the Renault-Nissan alliance’s Romanian low-cost sedan. Details are thin on the project but in the extremely rare case you have nothing else better to do, there’s a bunch of computer generated drawings of the interior after the jump.

Source: Daciaclub , Via: Vudu84

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by dailycar - January 20, 2010 at 12:46 pm

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VIDEO: Dacia Releases Low-Budget Film for Low-Cost Duster 4×4


We were hoping to see some driving footage of the new Dacia Duster 4×4 in the first official video of the vehicle, but instead the Renault-Nissan Alliance bored us to death treated us with two-never-ending-minutes of static shots of the SUV’s exterior… As a reminder, the Romanian brand’s budget 4×4 will go on sale in Europe from spring 2010, followed shortly after by other international markets including, but not limited to, the Middle East, Russia, Brazil and the Gulf States.

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by dailycar - January 16, 2010 at 8:38 pm

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New Dacia Logan: Subtle Redesign

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Four years after the release of the Dacia Logan, the Renault Group released a facelift version of its successful low-cost sedan. Inspired from the 5door Dacia Sandero, the New Logan features a new front grille paired with a redesigned front bumper and larger headlights. Likewise, the sedan’s rear-end features a new bumper, revised tail-lights and a more streamline design for the boot lid. Renault/Dacia’s designers also updated the Logan’s interior that features new door panels and a revised centre console with new controls. -Continued

In terms of chassis upgrades, the front and rear tracks of New Dacia Logan have been widened 7mm either side, which reinforces the roadholding capabilities of the vehicle. On the passive safety front, the 2009 Logan features a new honeycomb structure for the dashboard which reduces the severity of impact to the knees. There are no changes under the hood with the New Logan being offered with the same petrol engines (1.4 75hp, 1.6 90hp and 1.6 16V 105hp) and diesel engines (1.5 dCi 70hp and 1.5 dCi 85hp) as before.

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by dailycar - December 3, 2009 at 3:57 pm

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