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Dacia Logan MCV

  • tickPractical and spacious cabin
  • tickRelatively frugal engines
  • tickMost options are modestly priced

Dacia Logan MCV estate (2016 - )

The MCV in the Logan’s moniker stands for ‘maximum capacity vehicle’, so if you’re inclined to the old adage ‘never mind the quality, feel the width’, then it’s impossible not to be impressed by the Logan’s generous interior space and no nonsense practicality. While the engines are relatively new and pretty frugal too, the cabin quality is a bit on the thin side, the drive is not exactly engaging, and the refinement is pretty underwhelming. As for the boxy estate car styling; well, let’s just say the Logan has all the allure of a 1970s Moskvitch. Who cares though? Underneath, the Logan may be cobbled together using a collection of Renault-approved cast-offs, but all sums considered, how Dacia manages to offer such a lot of a spanking new car for used car money is anyone’s guess.
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It should come as no surprise to anyone that the Logan’s cabin is more Primark than Prada. With a proliferation of dark, no-nonsense materials, manufactured to resist kicks and scuffs and successfully avoiding any sense of luxury, the Logan’s cabin provides a pretty austere environment. This is especially true when you consider plenty of similarly priced city cars – like the Volkswagen Up and Hyundai i10 – have much classier interiors. At least models from Ambiance trim upwards have chrome details around the instruments that give the cabin some semblance of sparkle, but the basic Access trim is overwhelmingly black inside. To make matters worse, only the top Laureate trim level has height adjustment on the driver’s seat and steering wheel, which allows you to fine-tune your driving position. Some consolation can be gained from the fact that the dash is simply laid out, and what few controls there are, are easy to use. Even the touch-screen sat-nav/infotainment unit on high end cars is a pretty straightforward piece of kit.

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