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Used Dacia Logan With Dark Chapters

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Used Dacia Logan With Dark Chapters
Used Dacia Logan With Dark Chapters

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Video: Used Dacia Logan With Dark Chapters
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The Dacia Logan is available as a sedan or station wagon for little money. However, there should still be more than a nest egg in your pocket.

Great utility at a low price - that was the promise with which the Dacia Logan came onto the market in 2005. In particular, the MCV station wagon, with its huge cargo space and up to seven seats, seemed to be made for craftsmen or thrifty families. Well-hung technology from Renault's mother also gave hope for a certain degree of reliability. A hope that the Romanian unfortunately disappointed in many respects.

Dacia Logan with a good first HU

The “TÜV Report 2015” certifies that the Logan has a higher number of defects than the average in almost all chapters. Only during the first general inspection (HU) did the axle springs and dampers give a good picture, and the brakes still work well. Otherwise, and at an advanced age, the examiners all too often criticize the steering, lighting and, in particular, the exhaust system, which already rot in early years. Oil loss is also a dark chapter with the Logan.

As far as the breakdown frequency is concerned, the Logan can, according to the ADACat least place in midfield. The reasons for this are the high number of battery damages and the many problems with the ignition system. The ignition coils caused trouble on models up to 2009, and the ignition cables were noticed between 2009 and 2010. Up to the year of construction 2006 the crankshaft sensor also frequently showed electrical errors. A problem that only affects the MCV built until 2013 is defective ignition locks (years of construction 2010 to 2013).

Limited engine range for the Dacia Logan

With a trunk volume of up to 2350 liters and, if required, seven seats for 8400 euros, the Logan as a station wagon MCV was able to convince many customers from 2007 onwards. The sedan, launched in 2005, was available for 7200 euros. So the Romanian Renault subsidiary Dacia came at exactly the right time, basic mobility at an affordable price was on the rise. Many people accepted that the Logan didn't even offer ESP for an extra charge and that power steering or side airbags were only available in higher equipment versions. Just like the limited engine range.

The Logan never offered more than 77 kW / 105 PS from a 1.6-liter gasoline engine. The same engine was still available with 64 kW / 87 hp, including a 1.4-liter gasoline engine with 55 kW / 75 hp. The diesel range starts at 50 kW / 68 PS and ends at 65 kW / 88 PS. A 1.5-liter diesel covers both power levels. The Logan MCV was also available as an LPG version with initially 62 kW / 84 PS and later with 62 kW / 85 PS.

Dacia Logan from 1750 euros

The Dacia Logan is available as a sedan with 1.4-liter gasoline engine, according Schwacke from about 1750 euro. For this you get a model from 2005 that ran around 118,000 kilometers. The top model Logan 1.6 16V Laureate from 2010 is listed at 5050 euros (58,000 kilometers). According to market observers, the MCV starts at around 3,000 euros for a 2007 model (101,200 kilometers). As a Logan MCV 1.6 Laureate with 62 kW / 84 PS built in 2011, around 6150 euros (53,200 kilometers) are due.

Diesel enthusiasts will find what they are looking for from around 3350 euros and, according to Schwacke, get a Logan MCV 1.5 dCi Ambiance from 2007 with around 137,800 kilometers. A more powerful diesel from 2010 than the Logan MCV 1.6 dCi Laureate is around 5950 euros (91,000 kilometers). If you want to fill up with the cheaper liquid gas, you have to invest around 6,200 euros for a Logan MCV LPG from 2011 (53,200 kilometers). (dpa / tmn)

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