Dacia Announces New Logan MCV Stepway UK Pricing & Specification
Dacia Announces New Logan MCV Stepway UK Pricing & Specification By: Dacia •Dacia announces UK pricing and specification for New Logan MCV Stepway
•Distinctive rugged exterior look to New Logan MCV Stepway
•Maintains the same impressive interior space with 573-litre boot as New Logan MCV
•Available with choice of TCe 90 and dCi 90 engines
•Logan MCV Stepway priced from £11,495
•Available to order now with UK deliveries commencing from June
Dacia has announced UK pricing and specification for its New Logan MCV Stepway which was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The distinctively rugged version of the New Logan MCV Stepway follows in the footsteps of the New Sandero Stepway. 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 – based on the recently revised New Logan MCV – has a muscular style with flared wheel arches, roof rails and a ground clearance of 174mm. It maintains the same impressive boot space of 573-litres (VDA) – one of the largest amongst any segment in the market. The New Logan MCV Stepway is available in Lauréate trim offering a high specification as standard.
At the front, the New 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, unveiled at last year's Paris Motor Show, with headlights that now incorporate LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL) in the form of four stacked rectangles. This modern design results in a visibly wider look for the front end of the New Logan MCV Stepway.
Like its New Sandero Stepway cousin, the New 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.
Nissan Adds Three New Truck Models To Popular 'Midnight Edition' Lineup – Announcement Comes During Total Solar EclipseThe New 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 New 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 New 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 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 CO2 as low as 115g/km and fuel economy of 55.4mpg (NEDC combined) – and the dCi 90 diesel – with CO2 as low as 100g/km fuel economy of up to 72.4mpg (NEDC combined) . Both come with a five-speed manual transmission.
Dacia has a long history associated with Renault, the French brand first working with Dacia plants in Romania in the 1960s, before acquiring them fully in 1999. The brand concept is simple: to shake up preconceived ideas. Dacia produces spacious, robust, high-quality vehicles of original design that are affordable for everybody.
Dacia vehicles offer exceptional value for money. Reliable and resistant, they carry a three-year warranty and embody the best of Renault expertise. Since 2004, the range has been expanding constantly and buyers have a wide array of vehicles to choose from, ranging from Dacia Duster, a sporty all-terrain vehicle, to light commercial vehicles or family vehicles such as Dacia Logan MCV.
Dacia has proven very popular with owners and critics alike in the UK:
•What Car? 'Best Small Car under £12,000' – Sandero (2016, 2015, 2014 and 2013)
•Auto Express Driver Power 2016 – Dacia in top 5 of 32 brands (2016, 2015, 2014)
•Auto Express Driver Power Dealer Satisfaction 2016 – Dacia 2nd overall in the industry for service experience – ahead of all premium and luxury brands.
•Which? Car Guide 2016 – Dacia ranked 4th out of 34 brands for customer satisfaction