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The Dacia Logan MCV (which stands for Maximum Capacity Vehicle) has established itself as one of the most affordable estate cars on the UK market. Launched in Europe in 2012 and arriving in the UK a year later, the model competes with premium estate cars like the Škoda Fabia Estate, the Ford Focus Estate, and the Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer, offering a compelling blend of value and space.
Dacia Logan updates and facelifts
Built on the same platform as the Sandero, the model replaced the earlier Dacia Logan, which was sold between 2004 and 2008. As such the current MCV iteration is often referred to as the second-generation model. Available with one diesel and two petrol engines, it came in three trim levels: Access, Ambiance and Laureate. In autumn 2015, cleaner engines were introduced, cutting CO2 emissions for a greener drive.
The Logan MCV proved the UK’s love of great value, and it won the Family Car Category in Auto Express’ 2016 Driver Power Awards. In 2017 it received the Most Highly Rated Car award at the Honest John Awards.
The Dacia Logan MCV received a notable update in 2017, which brought a series of aesthetic and functional improvements to the model. This mid-life facelift included a redesigned front bumper and a new grille, adding a touch of modernity to its appearance. LED running lights were also introduced in the top-spec models, enhancing visibility and adding a premium touch. The trims were renamed to align with those of the Sandero, becoming Access, Essential and Comfort.
Practicality and style of the car
One of the Logan’s most notable features is its generous boot space. With the rear seats in place, there’s 573 litres of cargo volume on offer – plenty for daily needs such as transporting groceries and sports equipment, as well as for occasional requirements like suitcases. With the rear seats folded down, space expands to a cavernous 1,518 litres – one of the largest volumes in the market.
The rear bench folds flat, creating a convenient area to carry anything from small items of furniture to camping gear. Moreover, this capacity surpasses mainstream competitors like the ŠKODA Fabia Estate. The Fabia has a 530-litre boot space, which expands to 1.395 litres with the seats down. The Logan’s capacity makes it an excellent choice for those who require ample cargo room without paying a premium price.
If you’re looking to tow, the Dacia Logan MCV has a maximum braked capacity of 1,150kg. However, if the car is loaded to its full Gross Vehicle Weight this towing capacity reduces to 810kg. Either way, it can accommodate a trailer tent or small caravan.
The Dacia Logan is an economical choice for those concerned about running costs. For example, its insurance groupings are particularly low, making it an attractive option for a wide range of drivers. The entry-level Access trim falls into group 2 to 4 out of 50, and no variant surpasses group 12. Premiums for the ŠkodaFabia Estate are very similar, and those of the Ford Focus Estate are higher, ranging from groups 6 to 26.
When it comes to road tax, the Logan MCV offers further cost efficiency. Tax can range from as low as £0 to a maximum of £180 per year, depending on the model’s specifications and its emissions.
How a used Dacia Logan drives
The Dacia Logan has a range of engine options to suit various driving needs. All variants come with front-wheel drive and a five-speed manual gearbox. The 1.2-litre petrol engine, delivering 74bhp, takes 14.7 seconds to go from 0-62mph and has a fuel consumption of 48.7mpg.
For those who primarily drive in urban settings, the 0.9-litre TCe petrol engine is ideal. This powertrain provides 89bhp and takes 11.1 seconds to reach 0-62mph. It also boasts excellent fuel economy, with between 53.3 and 57.7mpg achievable on the combined cycle.
Those looking for something a little greener can opt for the petrol/LPG Bi-Fuel engine. This 1.0-litre 99bhp unit can accelerate from 0-62mph in 11.6 seconds and returns a combined fuel economy of 49.6mpg.
If you’re in need of even greater efficiency the 1.5-litre dCi diesel engine is perfect. This engine provides an output of 89bhp, takes 11.8 seconds to accelerate from 0–62mph, and returns up to 80.7mpg.
Engines and official MPG
Please refer to the table below for a comprehensive list of engines and their official MPG figures.
2013 - 2019
- 0.9 TCe = 53.3–57.7 mpg
- 1.0 SCe = 48.7–52.3 mpg
- 1.0 TCE Bi-Fuel = 49.6 mpg
- 1.2 = 48.7 mpg
- 1.5 dCi = 80.7 mpg
- 1.5 dCi 90 = 74.3–80.7 mpg
- 1.5 dCi 95 = 60.6 mpg
Features you can expect in a Dacia Logan
The interior of the Dacia Logan MCV is designed with simplicity and functionality in mind. In the entry-level Access model, the focus is on essential features. However, upgrading brings a noticeable improvement in useful features, with electric front windows, central locking, and a stereo system equipped with USB and Bluetooth connectivity. Chrome-rimmed dials and two-tone upholstery add a touch of elegance to the cabin. Head restraints are included on the rear seats, which help prevent whiplash in the event of a collision.
Comfort-wise, the Dacia Logan MCV doesn't disappoint, especially considering its reasonable price tag. The seats are designed to provide comfort for all occupants on long journeys, while cabin storage is plentiful. The car features a variety of storage options for front passengers too, including multiple cubbies, cup holders and door bins. In total, there are 16 litres of additional storage space in the cabin, ensuring that both driver and passengers have easy access to their belongings while maintaining a clean and clutter-free environment.
In terms of technology, the Dacia Logan offers a range of options to suit every driver's needs. Depending on the trim selected, you will be able to benefit from either a basic two-speaker system with Bluetooth and a USB connection or a user-friendly DAB radio system with traditional buttons and a digital display.
For those who prefer a more connected driving experience, the Logan MCV's highest trim level features a touchscreen system complete with smartphone mirroring capabilities. Whether you're an Apple or Android user, you can easily integrate your device to access navigation, music, and other apps directly from the car's intuitive interface.
Standard safety technology on all Logan MCV variants is designed to provide a secure driving experience. The model comes equipped with electronic stability control to help maintain control in challenging driving conditions. Emergency brake assist is also standard, offering crucial support in sudden braking scenarios. Higher-specification models also come with the added benefit of a speed limiter and cruise control function.
When it comes to safety, the Dacia Logan MCV underwent rigorous testing by Euro NCAP in 2014 and achieved a three-star rating. While adult occupant protection was rated at 57%, the model was awarded a score of 75% for child occupant protection.
Families will also appreciate the two ISOFIX mounting points in the back outer seats, making it easier to securely install child car seats. As such, this makes it a reliable choice for those with young children, offering peace of mind on every journey. Additionally, four airbags and tyre pressure monitoring add an extra layer of security.
Trims available on the Dacia Logan
The entry-level Access trim provides all the essentials for a safe and functional ride with basic comfort features including black cloth upholstery. It features 15-inch Tarkine wheels, body-coloured bumpers and black air vent surrounds and door handles. The Access comes equipped with ABS, ISOFIX child seat anchor points, a driver's airbag, a passenger's airbag and side airbags. Traction control and power-assisted steering are also standard.
Building on the Access trim, the Essential level adds a few more conveniences as well as steel wheels and stain chrome accents. It retains all the safety features of the Access and adds remote locking and an anti-intruder automatic locking system. The Essential introduces a DAB radio system along with Bluetooth, AUX and USB connectivity, and a CD player. Front electric windows and air conditioning add to driver convenience, while roof rails offer additional practicality. Stop and start features on variants that have the TCe 90 or dCi 90 engine, as well as ECO mode.
The Comfort trim has 15-inch Lassen wheel trims, satin chrome roof bars and body-coloured mirrors and door handles. Electric mirrors, front fog lights, and heated mirrors are added for better visibility and ease of use. You will find rear parking sensors, a sat nav system, cruise control and a speed limiter, along with height-adjustable front seatbelts and steering wheel rake adjustment. The Comfort also features an onboard computer that reports important information about the vehicle, such as your fuel range and a next service indicator for additional convenience.
Whether you’re looking to finance a Dacia Logan or purchase one, we have a wide range of second-hand Dacia Logan cars available to buy online safely with Click & Collect and home delivery options available.
Frequently asked questions
Q. How much does a used Dacia Logan cost?
A. We have 3 used Dacia Logan cars in stock ranging from £5498 to £11,498.
Q. How many MPG does the Dacia Logan get?
A. The Dacia Logan MPG varies from 53 mpg to 74 mpg.
Q. How much is car tax for a used Dacia Logan?
A. The Dacia Logan car tax ranges from free to £180 per year for the models in stock.
Q. What is the average mileage on a used Dacia Logan?
A. The average mileage on a used Dacia Logan in stock is 43101 miles.
Q. Which transmission options are available with the Dacia Logan?
A. Currently in stock, the Dacia Logan is available in Manual.
Q. What different fuel types are available for the Dacia Logan?
A. Of the Dacia Logan used cars in stock, they are available in the following fuel types: Diesel, Petrol.
Q. What are the most popular engine sizes in the Dacia Logan?
A. The most popular engine sizes in the Dacia Logan we have in stock are 1.5 litres, .
Q. What are the most popular colours in the Dacia Logan range?
A. The Dacia Logan is available in various colours. The most popular we have in stock are Blue, Black, White
Q. Is the Dacia Logan a good car?
A. Car & Driving rate the Dacia Logan 3.73 stars (out of 5).
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