Lada has only recently started rolling out the Logan-based sedan, but it’s only a matter of time before the advantages that come with the Logan 2 become overwhelming, and Renault gives them the platform.
This is what the Lada Priora would look like if it was built on the new Logan. It’s got a more imposing design than the current sedan, but much will remain unchanged from Dacia’s version.
The Lada Priora is actually a 1995 mode that received a facelift in 2007. Meanwhile, the Dacia Logan MCV is sold as the Largus.
The new Logan unveiled in Paris comes with numerous advantages over the old one, such as a 0.9 turbo petrol engine, and the availability of parking sensors and navigation.
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