South America’s facelifted Renault Logan, Sandero and Stepway also bring updated interiors and more safety features.
The Logan MCV is still Britain’s cheapest estate – and a true value-for-money car that delivers on its promises.
The Techroad editions start at £11,660, £13,160 and £16,360 for the Sandero Stepway, Logan MCV Stepway and Duster respectively.
The Ultimate series will also be known as Techroad in some countries and will be available this month.
The 95 PS 1.5-liter dCi is available in both Essential and Comfort grades.
The woman crossing the street was incredibly lucky not to get hit by either of the two vehicles.
The French car maker will eventually replace the existing Dacia models with its own.
Besides the two Renaults, Latin NCAP awarded the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross with a 5-star rating.
If you haven’t secured your vehicle, it might start rolling – and you definitely don’t want that.
Even if it was a medical emergency, the Dacia’s driver showed total disregard for other road users’ safety.
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