2022 Dacia Logan MCV spotted: price, specs and release date
A new version of the Dacia Logan MCV is on the horizon. Read on for details of what to expect from this new affordable estate car.
The Dacia Logan MCV is a budget family estate that represents a cheaper alternative to the Skoda Octavia Estate and Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer. A new model is on the way, with heavily-camouflaged prototypes spotted testing.
2022 Dacia Logan MCV design
With the Dacia Logan MCV prototype laced in camouflage, it’s hard to pick out much of the final design, though the new car’s practical and boxy shape is very clear to see.
The saloon version of the Logan has already been showcased, so expect the Logan to take on a similar front and rear look with near-identical LED headlights. New brake lights will feature to better suit the estate’s boxy rear end, however. You’ll almost certainly be able to get larger wheels than this prototype’s tiny alloys on the finished production car, too.
2022 Dacia Logan MCV interior and infotainment
The saloon version of the Dacia Logan takes on the manufacturer’s typical function-over-form design, and you should expect the same from the upcoming Logan MCV.
Grey plastic materials are splashed throughout, which is forgivable given how little the new Logan MCV is expected to cost, but do expect it to feel robust. There’s a simplistic infotainment system on high-spec versions of the Logan as well, but that’s about it for luxury tech.
2022 Dacia Logan MCV engines
The Logan saloon isn’t sold in the UK, but expect the MCV’s engine lineup to be similar to the Sandero hatchback that is on offer here. That would mean two petrol engines — a 65hp and 90hp unit — plus a bi-fuel LPG option with 100hp.
Five- and six-speed manual gearboxes will likely be available, along with an optional seven-speed automatic gearbox.
2022 Dacia Logan MCV price and release date
No word yet on when the Dacia Logan MCV will be officially revealed, but it’s likely you’ll see the finished car later this year. Expect it to go on sale in early 2022, with entry-level cars potentially setting you back less than £10,000.
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