Of the 15,986 examples of the Sandero hatchback sold in the UK last year, 9,550 of them were of the chunky off-road-inspired Stepway edition. SUVs and crossovers are big business and Dacia is hoping that the introduction of a Stepway version of the Logan MCV will reap similar results, after all, the Logan is basically a load-lugging estate edition of the Sandero, albeit with a different name. With its transition to Stepway, the bargain basement price and huge boot remains.
You can read the full report on this Dacia Logan in the December 2017 issue of Diesel Car. Order a back issue by clicking here and choosing a single issue
Lots of space. Low list price and well equipped. Crossover looks suit the design of the Logan. No nonsense, no haggle pricing.
EuroNCAP crash test rating is low. To open the boot you need the key. Some odd positioning of minor controls. The cupholder canít accommodate tall drinks.