Dacia upgrades Logan

and Sandero

Dacia Logan MCV Laureate, 2017, front, action
Dacia Sandero Laureate, 2017, front

NEW engine choice and equipment updates have been announced by Dacia for the latest Sandero and Logan MCV estate ranges.

The 1.0-litre SCe 75 petrol engine is now offered with Laureate trim for both cars and the height adjustment pack becomes standard equipment for Ambiance trim.

The SCe 75 engine was previously available only on the Access and Ambiance trim levels.

Updated equipment with Laureate specification includes satellite navigation and rear parking sensors.

The 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.

Equipped with the SCe 75 engine, the Sandero returns a claimed 54.3mpg with emissions of 117g/km and has a 0 to 60 time of 14.2 seconds. Top speed is 98mph.

The Logan MCV SCe 75 achieves a claimed 52.3mpg and produces 120g/km of CO2 and can hit 62mph from standstill to 14.7 seconds, also with a top speed of 98mph.

The Sandero Laureate SCe 75 is priced from £8,595 and the new Logan MCV Laureate SCe 75 comes in from £9,895

The new engine and trim combination will be available later in the year but can be ordered now.

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