2015 Dacia Logan On Track

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2015 Dacia Logan On Track

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2015 Dacia Logan – Low Cost vehicle that does not save on space : 2015 Dacia Logan On Track

Romanian car manufacturer Dacia is not the most known in the US. In short, Dacia is a brand that produces low-cost (very low cost) vehicles with old technology sourced from Renault. Thanks to the low price, well tested technology and very competitive warranty service, Dacia vehicles are very popular in Eastern Europe and one of the most popular vehicles they offer is Logan. Two generation of the car have been revealed with the first Logan hitting the market back in 2004. Second generation model introduced in 2012 brought updated design, much more upscale interior, infotainment system and new gen engines including some turbocharged units. Now, Dacia released the newest 2015 Dacia Logan which is basically the same car as before, but with a few more modern touches.

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  1. Aaron says:

    For the 15 Forester I highly recommend a thorough test drive on non-ideal roads. I differ with the “extreme comfort” claim. The thing jolts one’s head against the forward-angled headrest nearly constantly on most roads. The hard-as-rocks seats beg for a cushion, but on the passenger side a cushion disables the airbag. Stiffest car I’ve ever experienced. We’re waiting for the 16 Mazda CX-5 with the exact features we want to get rid of ours, happily taking the monetary loss of trading in a fairly new car. Beware!

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