2013 Dacia Logan Spied Hot Weather Testing In Southern Europe

Dacia Logan has been in production since 2004 and is assembled around the world from Brazil to Romania. This low-cost saloon clearly needs a bigger update to stay competitive and here’s proof that Renault and Dacia engineers are working on the next generation Logan(internally known as L52), that is currently being tested in Southern Europe.

Wearing heavy disguise, we can see part of the new front and also rear lights. Overall shape seems to be very similar, but will be more attractive and modern. Renault clearly wants people to buy Logan not just because it is cheap, but because it looks good as well.

Next-generation Dacia Logan will share its platform with the Renault Fluence and will be powered by new more efficient engines.

New Dacia Logan as a concept is expected to debut at the Paris Motor Show in September and the production version in March 2013 at the Geneva Motor Show.


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