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New model will replace the not-for-UK Lodgy MPV as Romanian firm's seven-seater
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30 August 2021

Dacia will reveal a new seven-seat family car called the Jogger, which will be revealed at the Munich motor show as a replacement for the Lodgy MPV.

The Jogger has been officially unveiled - see it here.

The new model from Group Renault's budget brand, described as "a versatile family car", will be revealed on 3 September ahead of going on display at the Munich show the following week.

Dacia says that the Jogger name was chosen because is is a "simple, modern" title that represents "dynamism, positive energy, and the outdoor spirit". In a hint at its positioning, it also shares the 'er' suffix with the Duster SUV and the recently shown Bigster large SUV concept.

The Lodgy MPV was launched in 2012, although it has never been sold in the UK. It is unclear if the Jogger, which is a key part of Dacia's ongoing range expansion, will be offered in this market.


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TS7 30 August 2021
Large car with lots of space and bid windows, I'm mentally drawing a horizontal line on the J to make d...
Andrew1 30 August 2021
@Peter Cavellini
WhatCar just found Sandero to be the most reliable small car. So yes, there is more going for them than just price.
Of course, snobs and haters will hate, but sensible people will buy.
Chris C 30 August 2021

Promising. Not sure about the name though. I wonder if we will see their parent company's new Kangoo? If anything though Dacia seem to be going a bit too upmarket with unnecessary/extra cost embellishments?