2013 Dacia Logan

by SpeedLux

Dacia has unveiled the all-new 2013 Logan sedan ahead of its scheduled debut at the Paris Motor Show later this month, the 2013 Logan breaks the past with a brand new design that gives it a more upscale look than the undeniably dated outgoing model.

The styling cues of the all new Dacia Logan, such as its evolutionary design with a sporty front fascia that features a prominent grille and larger headlights are being borrowed from the successful Duster SUV and can be fitted with extras such as alloy wheels and metallic paint, a first one for the model.

Well talking about the inside,the cabin retains its circular air vents, but adopts higher quality materials and a modern design. Notable highlights include an infotainment system, metallic accents and contrast stitching on the seats.

Technical details were not released but most of the old Logan’s engines have very likely been carried over to the new model, including the 1.6-liter gasoline-burning four-banger and the time-tested 1.5-liter diesel-burning dCi. A downsized turbocharged 1.2-liter four-cylinder will be added to the lineup next year.

After debuting in Paris, the 2013 Dacia Logan will go on sale throughout Europe early next year. Pricing information will be released closer to its launch.

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