Dacia Logan Mcv in Bristol
The Dacia Logan MCV is a spacious and affordable family car. MCV stands for ‘maximum capacity vehicle’, and with its enormous 573-litre boot and generous levels of leg and headroom, the Logan certainly lives up to its name. Things get even better when you consider the Logan MCV’s specs: You have a choice of punchy, efficient SCe and TCe petrol engines and economical dCi diesel engines that can return up to 80.7mpg combined with CO2 emissions as low as 90 g/km. You also have a choice of Access, Ambiance and Lauréate trim levels, to suit your budget and your lifestyle.
The Dacia Logan MCV is a handsome and elegant family estate car, with elongated proportions that translate to incredible interior space. Alloy wheels come as standard on Ambiance models, and tinted windows come as standard across the range for comfort.
You have a choice of SCe, TCe and dCi engines. The TCe and dCi engines offer outstanding real-world performance thanks to turbocharging. But whichever engine you choose, you can expect first-class comfort and refinement from the Logan MCV’s suspension setup.
With its 573-litre boot and five-door layout, the Dacia Logan MCV tackles family life head on. Fold the rear seats to reveal a 1,518-litre load bay, and strap child seats in safely thanks to the two rear ISOFIX mounting points.
Living with it
With the ability to return up to 80.7mpg combined (dCi 90), the Logan MCV is affordable to run. The well-equipped trim levels come with all the creature comforts you’ll need, with top-spec Lauréate models boasting a very high standard specification.
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The Dacia Logan MCV is a spacious and practical estate that’s cheaper than many city cars Carbuyer
The Dacia Logan MCV is another fine addition to the range for anyone after an affordable load-lugger that will get you from A to B Auto Express
If you're after load-lugging capacity on a budget, then the Logan MCV should definitely be at the sharp end of your shortlist What Car?