Dacia introduced facelifted versions of the majority of its model line at the Paris Motor Show last month. But in many countries where you can buy Dacia’s products, they’re not sold as Dacias. Outside of Europe, they’re typically sold under the Renault brand, which has now revealed its own versions of the budget automobiles.
The updated range includes the Logan sedan (sometimes sold as the Symbol), the Logan MCV van, the Sandero hatchback, and the ruggedized Sandero Stepway. Each receives new C-shaped headlights with LED daytime running lights, fog lights, and a fresh grille with Renault’s diamond emblem front and center.
The rear end has been similarly refreshed, and the interior fitted with updated trim – including switchgear, vents, steering wheel, and upholstery. Features you might expect to find in any car no matter how cheap – like power windows, armrests, a 12-volt socket, and an interior release for the gas cap – are now fitted as standard. The new range even includes a back-up camera and hill-start assist.
In short, the French-badged versions get everything their Romanian counterparts received, only, you know… with a Renault badge instead. Check them out in their Renault form below, and the broader gallery of near-identical updated Dacia models below that. All we need now is the Sandero RS that Renault sells only in Latin America and we’ll be all set.