2007 Frankfurt Motor Show - Dacia Logan Pickup Unveiled


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2008 Danica Logan

FRANKFURT September 10, 2007; Dacia Logan Pickup is the latest addition to the Logan family, which already boasts a saloon, an estate, and a light commercial van. Manufactured at the Pitesti plant in Romania, Logan Pickup is the ideal working vehicle for craftsmen and tradespeople, while also meeting the needs of the ordinary motorist. Naturally, Logan Pickup bears all the hallmarks of a true Logan.

With its Renault-originated petrol and diesel powertrain packages and the same chassis as Logan MCV, Logan Pickup is a vehicle that is both contemporary and robust. Logan Pickup also stands out for its sheer practicality – another fundamental Logan family trait. It boasts a load bed with a payload of 800kg, a load length of 1.80m, and 300 litres of cabin stowage space behind the seats!

And of course Logan Pickup offers unbeatable value for money. It will be marketed from 2008, starting in Romania.

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