Off-road styled estate gets a raised ride height and new equipment; first deliveries in June

The new Dacia Logan MCV Stepway is on sale now priced from £11,495, with first deliveries due this June.

The 2017 model has extra storage space including a 573-litre boot, upgraded kit and new styling tweaks to give it an off-road look similar to the Dacia Sandero Stepway.

The Logan Stepway has its ground clearance increased by 50mm to 174mm and it gets a two-tone bumper with a chrome skid plate, as well as fog lights and LED daytime running lights.

At launch, it will be available in two colours – either Azurite Blue or Mink – and new 16in alloys.

The Logan MCV Stepway comes with rear parking sensors and hill start assist, while a reversing camera is available as an option. The limited edition models will get climate control, Media Nav Evolution multimedia system, rear parking sensors and cruise control with a speed limiter.

It has the same petrol and diesel engines as the standard Logan MCV, the 90 TCe and 90 dCi which enable 55.4mpg and 72.4mpg respectively.

The standard Logan MCV which is a rival to the likes of the Kia Cee'd SportwagonSeat Ibiza Estate and Skoda Fabia Estate costs from £6995.

Our Verdict

Dacia Logan MCV

This facelifted Dacia Logan MCV might not offer many more driving thrills than before, but there's plenty of space inside, a low asking price, and now even a new turbocharged triple propping up the range

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22 February 2017
This Dacia is the first to look "the whole package". It doesn't look cheap. It looks like a genuine alternative to the Golf Alltrack. Well done Dacia. I'm sure this will sell by the bucket load here.

22 February 2017
The Golf Alltrack is (part time) 4x4 so not sure how it is a true alternative unless it has some trick FWD grip system (like Peugeot). This isn't 4wd and for the benefit of Autocar staff the Ibiza estate is no longer in production and hasn't been for some time.

22 February 2017
Bodes well for the next Duster too. Styling seems to be going in the right direction.

22 February 2017
The Logan has always been excellent value and this adds a certain style to the equation, there's plenty of room in it and a nice simple fascia what's not to like. Deserves to sell by the shedload an excellent car for not a lot of money.

26 June 2017
Just the Logan I should have waited for instead of purchasing my then top of the range Logan last June. Should be a great option but if the fragile build quality and shoddy repair/warranty attitude of all Dacia dealers is as poor as my experience has been with my current Logan then I would stick with a used more premium ideally Japanese or Korean brand; much less hassle in the long run!
It needs the 120 HP engine and 6 speed box of the duster with part time 4wd to be effective. At the very least it needs Mud and Snow/winter tyres as standard to make it a possible good lifestyle /softroader option. Looks good though...

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