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Dacia Logan/Renault Logan/Renault Tondar 90/Nissan Aprio/Mahindra Renault Logan/Mahindra Verito/Renault Tondar 90/Lada Largus (X90, B0). 2005 to date (prod. 606,206 to end of 2007). 4-door saloon, 5-door LWB estate. F/F, 998, 1598 cm³ (I4 DOHC), 1390, 1598 cm³ petrol, 1461 cm³ diesel (I4 OHC). No-frills basic saloon developed by Renault for emerging markets and launched first in Romania, built there by Dacia. Badged as Renault for many European export markets. No electric windows for domestic market—very basic motoring replacing long-in-the-tooth models. Low cost thanks to Renault parts’ bin and shared platform with contemporary Clio, Modus and Nissan March. Tondar 90 version in Iran made by both SAIPA and Iran Khodro (IKCO). Long-wheelbase estate, dubbed MCV (Multi Convivial Vehicle), launched 2006, also sold as Lada Largus (to 2022). Sandero hatchback released 2007 (q.v.). Facelifted mid-2008. MCV finally replaced in 2021 by Jogger. By 2023, the pick-up continued in South Africa and Iran, with Iran the only country still offering the four-door saloon.

Manufacturing locations: Mioveni, Romania; Nashik, Maharashtra, India; Ťehrân, Iran; São José dos Pinhais, Brazil; Medellín, Colombia; Moskva, Russia; Casablanca, Morocco

Marque: Dacia | Model: Dacia Logan | Predecessors: Dacia 1310, Dacia Solenza | Successors: Dacia Logan II, Mahindra Verito (2012–23), Dacia Jogger

q.v. Renault Sandero I, SAIPA Renault Pars Tondar, Mahindra Verito Vibe


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