Dacia has added its latest Blue dCi 95 diesel engine to the Sandero and Logan MCV ranges. On sale now, prices for the new engine start from £10,395 in the Sandero, £12,895 in the Logan MCV and £14,095 in the Logan MCV Stepway.
The new turbocharged four-cylinder diesel produces 94bhp and 220Nm of torque. In the Sandero, it’s capable of a 0-62mph time of 11.9 seconds and a top speed of 111mph. The Logan takes slightly longer to get from 0-62mph due to its added weight, with a time of 12.6 seconds. The top speed remains the same as the Sandero, though.
Dacia claims the new dCi engine will achieve between 58.8 – 62.7mpg in the Sandero and between 60.1 – 62.7mpg in the Logan. Emissions for both models stand at 98g/km of CO2 and both come fitted as standard with a five-speed manual gearbox.
Alongside the engine update, both the Sandero and Logan receive revised trim levels. The Sandero is available in Access, Essential and Comfort trim, with prices starting at £6,995 for the base model Sandero and £8,495 for the base model Logan. Both base models receive new “Tarkine” 15-inch wheels as part of the update.
Essential trim starts at £7,995 and £9,295 for the Sandero and Logan respectively, adding new 15-inch wheel-trims, air-conditioning, electric front windows, DAB radio and Bluetooth connectivity. Comfort-spec models start at £8,795 and £10,295 respectively and include parking sensors, electric rear windows and a seven-inch infotainment system with sat-nav, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
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