Dacia Logan break to be launched in Western Europe

Automobile Dacia will launch at the beginning of this year on the occidental markets the Dacia Logan MCV model, sold in Romania starting from October 2006. The Dacia Logan MCV is the break version of the Dacia Logan sedan, a model that entered the market in 2004. The Dacia Logan MCV can be configured in two variants, with either five or seven seats.

In October 2006, the Dacia representatives announced that the Logan MCV’s best markets will be Germany, France, Belgium and Holland, where break models are very sought. The Dacia Logan MCV will have a warranty of 3 years or 100,000km. I know that the test-drives have generally talked well about the Dacia Logan MCV and its capacity to carry and also they were pleased with the back view which is not that bad, considering the size of the car.

I heard something new these days, not about the MCV, but the Dacia Logan. I heard it will be exported to Great Britain soon. The thing is, the Dacia Logan exported to the Great Britain will probably be made in India, so I’m not sure how well will they be received. I didn’t know why at first, but I realized that its because the right-hand drive.


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Sorry but I heard from a phone enquiry from Renault UK Marketing today that the MCV Dacia Logan will not be for sale in the UK in 2007 2008

Proof is that the saloon has never reached the UK at all in the last couple of years.

If anybody knows of a Dacia importer to the UK, or a Dacia showroom close to the French or Belgium ferry ports I would be grateful.

chuckspares@aol.com

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