After proving its worth in many markets around the world for eight years, it's time for the Renault's Group's affordable Dacia Logan small sedan to give its place to a new model that will debut alongside a replacement for the hatchback version of the series named Sandero at this month's Paris Motor Show.
While retaining the simplicity and affordability that have made the Logan and its five-door sibling popular on the lower end of the market, the French group has upped the game a notch higher by giving both models a more distinct and modern look inside and out compared to their predecessors.
The interior is common for the Logan and the Ford Fiesta-sized Sandero hatch with certain elements of the dashboard bringing to mind older and current Renault models. Depending on the trim level, you can find chrome instrument bevels and a touchscreen infotainment system.
Dacia says it has improved the equipment features of the car as well as the quality of the interior: "Special attention has been paid to ensuring an immediate impression of quality which is reinforced by the materials selected for the interior and by the more careful fit-and-finish."
The Romanian automaker said it will provide more information on the new Logan sedan and Sandero hatchback, including exterior dimensions, available engine options and availability, at the Paris Motor Show.