Dacia Logan MCV
MCV stands for maximum capacity vehicle, fitting for this stretched version of the Dacia Logan

Dacia Logan MCV

This stretched Dacia Logan might not offer many driving thrills, but there's plenty of practicality and a low asking price

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Stepway's 4x4 styling conceals a standard front-wheel drive powertrain

Dacia Sandero Stepway

Sandero-based crossover offers greater value for money than its hatchback sibling, provided you're not going for a spartan entry-level model

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The Dacia Sandero is offered in a variety of trim levels, with a choice of petrol or diesel engines

Dacia Sandero

The Sandero represents basic motoring done well, for those who really want it

From £5,9956
Dacia Duster
The Dacia Duster is aimed to appeal to buyers looking for a Qashqai, Yeti or 3008

Dacia Duster

The Dacia Duster is a no-nonsense machine that wears its bargain price tag like a badge of honour. And we can’t help liking it for that.

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