By Andra Beltz
The first deliveries of the new Dacia models, from the third generation, are scheduled for December of this year, and the starting prices are 8,400 euros for Logan, 8,600 euros for Sandero and 12,050 euros for Sandero Stepway. , the carmaker announced in a press release on Wednesday.
Thus, only one month after the official presentation of the third generation of the Logan, Sandero and Sandero Stepway models, Dacia announces the prices on the Romanian market for the new vehicles.
Logan and Sandero are available with three engines, two of which are petrol (with a power of 65 hp and 90 hp respectively) and a mixed petrol-LPG engine of 100 hp, under the trade name ECO-G. Both models have three levels of equipment (Access, Essential and Comfort), thus providing an adequate response to the expectations and needs of a wide range of customers, both individuals and legal entities.
According to the quoted source, for the Logan model, the prices vary between 8,400 euros (VAT included) for the Access version – with the 65 hp SCe engine, and 12,950 euros (VAT included) for the Comfort version, equipped with the TCe 90 CVT engine.
In the case of Sandero, the Access version, equipped with the same 65 hp SCe engine, is available at a price of 8,600 euros, while the Comfort version with the TCe 90 CVT engine displays a price identical to that of the equivalent version of the Logan model (12,950 euro, including VAT).
As for the Sandero Stepway model, it is offered in two equipment versions (Essential and Comfort), with 90 hp TCe and 100 hp ECO-G engines, and prices range from 12,050 euros (including VAT) for the Essential version with the 90 hp TCe engine, respectively 14,050 euros (VAT included) for the Comfort version, with the 90 hp TCe engine.
All models have a three-year or 100,000 km warranty and the first deliveries are scheduled for December 2020.
By Andra Beltz