Dacia Logan MCV
Renault-owned Dacia presents the Logan Multi Convivial Vehicle (MCV).
Yes, that's right, convivial, literally meaning "together alive."
This station-wagon-meets-van boasts a large load capacity and a modular interior.
Safety is a fundamental concern
The Logan MCV benefits from Renault’s acclaimed safety expertise
in terms of active and passive systems. It features Isofix child seat anchorage
points which can be mounted with the child’s back facing the direction
of travel in the case of the outer second-row seats. All these systems
enable the Logan MCV to easily obtain a three-star EuroNCAP crash-test
Exceptional modularity and versatility
The Logan MCV stands out from the crowd thanks to its exceptional modularity.
The seatback of the third-row benchseat of the
seven-seat version can be folded down (either in one piece or with a
50/50 split according to version). The entire bench (cushion +
seatback) can also be tipped forward against the second-row benchseat.
Once in this position, the rear benchseat can be removed quite simply
thanks to ergonomically-located handles and its low weight of just
16.7 kg (36.8 pounds).
Of course similar modularity applies to the second-row
benchseat (60/40 split according to version) which can also be tipped
forward against the front seats to maximize the vehicle’s load-carrying
capacity. All these combinations make the Logan MCV particularly
practical. The car can be converted from passenger carrying to the
transport of bulky loads in a matter of seconds.
The loading of baggage, shopping, etc. is further facilitated by the
1/3-2/3 split asymmetric rear doors which make it possible to open just
one door if required. Meanwhile, each door can be opened to one of
three different angles (40, 90 and 180 degrees). The 40-degree option
permits loading in situations where space is at a premium, such as in a
garage or when another vehicle is parked just behind the Logan MCV.
The 180-degree facility comes in particularly handy when loading long,
heavy or bulky items. The unique combination of its rear doors and
modular interior make the Logan MCV the ideal choice for versatility.
The Logan MCV’s versatility is compounded by its longitudinal
roof bars which can carry loads of up to 80 kg (176 pounds).