Renault has officially launched the Brazil-built second-generation Logan that has been given numerous modifications compared to the model with a Dacia badge. This past weekend, a few unclear images of the 2014 Renault Logan were released online. The exterior revisions include a chromed front fascia and different taillights graphics.
Instead of circular air vents, the cabin was fitted with rectangular types. Meanwhile, the upper-spec models feature a two-tone interior with silver accents. Renault is planning to sell the Logan in Authentique, Expression and Dynamique trim levels. The standard equipment found in all levels includes ABS and dual airbags.
The mid-range Expression model is equipped with an audio system, trip computer, AC, height-adjustable steering wheel, burglar alarm system and rear folding seats. At the top of the range is the Dynamique trim that puts in split-folding rear seats, fog lights, electric mirrors and rear power windows.
If the customer is willing to pay more, the Renault Logan can be fitted with a touchscreen navigation system and an automatic climate control. For the Brazil market, it will be offered with either one of two flex fuel engines: a 1.0-liter with 77 bhp (57 kW) or a 1.6-liter rated at 98 bhp (73 kW).