Once again, Dacia is defying convention by offering genuine five- and seven-seater variants of the new Dacia Lodgy from just €9,900, a revolutionary price for a car of this type.

Lodgy is stamped with Dacia's trademark DNA: unbeatable value for money, reliability, and usefulness. Measuring 4.5 meters in length and 1.75 in width, Dacia Lodgy's contours and proportions above all reflect its size and strength. With the grille molded around the Dacia logo and sharp lines that highlight the sculptured wheel arches, Lodgy provides a preview of Dacia's new corporate look. 

Excellent utilization of Dacia Lodgy's liberal outer measurements has made a large inside, with the outcome that each of its seven seats can oblige a traveler altogether solace. The third column elements class-driving space as far as knee and headroom (144 and 866mm separately), which is all that anyone could need to seat two grown-ups easily. The two rearmost seats are furnished with Isofix fittings, so youngster seats and promoter pads can be connected securely and safely. Lodgy's measured inside is especially adaptable. In a seven-seat setup, the third-column seat can be evacuated totally or collapsed against the front seat backs, contingent upon the minute's necessities.

Dacia Lodgy is accessible with petrol and diesel motors that will suit clients' needs in every one of the nations where the model is promoted. There are two petrol motors: the 1.6 MPI and the new turbocharged TCe 115 with direct fuel infusion. The TCe 115 speaks to the Renault Group's absolute best petrol motor innovation, including the turbocharged, direct-infusion mix initially presented with the Mégane and Scénic Collection 2012 line-ups.

With its 1.2-liter limit, yet the sort of execution all the more typically connected with a 1.6, the TCe 115 joins a great driving background with excellent efficiency and low CO2 outflows. There are likewise two types of diesel, both in light of the 1.5 dCi obstruct that has gotten overall approval for its unwavering quality and execution. The dCi 90 and dCi 110 powerplants meet all requirements for the Dacia eco² signature - an image of low fuel utilization.

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