Although almost fully configured with just about every available feature, the amount of gadgetry in our Dacia Logan MCV can easily compete with the one found in an Amish home. No pun intended, to either topic of discussion. The lack of useful gadgets is also one of the car's good points when it comes to the impression of reliability derived from its overall simplicity.
Sure, there's a decently-sized air conditioning unit, four power windows, manually height-adjustable steering wheel, board computer and a pretty cool way of folding five of the seats, making room for luggage or other crap you intend to put inside. Another trick that some people might enjoy is the way the rear doors can be opened, in either a 90 degree or a 180+degree fashion with just the flick of a switch. Other than that, the gadgets section in this test drive is pretty slim, as expected.Continue reading