Dacia Logan MCV Stepway: Renault and Dacia's 2018 Family Car

Feb 25, 2017 11:01 AM EST | Ivy Lebanan

Dacia Logan is a known small size family car. The 2018 Dacia Logan MCV Stepway is the product produced between the joint between Renault, a French manufacturer and Dacia, its Romanian subsidiary for next year and will be introduced today.

The rugged looks from its muscular structure with a personality were inspired by the styling of a crossover. Stepway is certainly a practical class with a generous space that offers a very competitive price.

With the vehicles five seats for passengers, spacious cabin, and the 573-liter boot which is so far the largest in the automotive business in any segment, the 2018 Dacia Logan MCV Stepway was able to have the great qualities from the Logan MVC. It impresses some of the buyers that might consider getting this car for a family use.

Every buyer always has their criteria when it comes to the cabin. For this 2018 Dacia Logan MCV Stepway, every passenger can enjoy the cabin's new and enhanced ambiance that was also introduced months earlier in the company's new model Sandero.It shows a satin effect on the doors and a trimmed air vents and center console fascia.

The latest MVC Stepway is only available in Laureate trim. It features the parking sensors, MediaNav Evolution, Hill Start Assist, air conditioning, and DAB radio. Other functions that are also included in the package are parking camera, Leather upholstery, and height adjustment.

This car also has a lot of storage areas throughout its cabin. It offers the passengers the 12V power that can be connected to any portable devices for charging and a ceiling light.

The 2018 Dacia Logan MCV Stepway has an available choice of engine, as well as its transmission. For the Petrol, it will come with a TCE 90 and a stop and start matched to a manual five-speed gearbox with 5.1 liters of fuel consumption in a combined cycle. The second and last option is the diesel that offers the DCI 90 with stop and starts paired to the same gearbox, the five-speed manual that has a combined cycle of 3.9 liters fuel consumption.

 

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