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The Dacia Logan is a small family car produced jointly by the French manufacturer Renault and its Romanian subsidiary Dacia since 2004. It is currently in its second generation and has been manufactured at Dacia’s automobile plant in Mioveni, Romania, and at Renault’s plants in Morocco, Brazil, Turkey, Russia, Colombia, Iranand India. It is also produced as a pick-up at Nissan‘s plant in Rosslyn, South Africa.
It has also been marketed as the Renault Logan, Nissan Aprio, Mahindra Verito, Renault Tondar 90, Lada Largus (the MCV), Nissan NP200 (the pick-up) or Renault Symbol (the second generation), depending on the existing presence or positioning of the Renault brand.
From 2004 to July 2015, considering only the Dacia Logan model, 1.5 million units were sold worldwide. The same number was reached in 2014 for the Renault Logan/Symbol. Thus the Logan has then been sold at more than 3 million units till 2014.
Designed at Renault’s Technocentre near Paris, the Logan was the result of four years of development of the project X90, announced by Renault in 1999, after the buyout of Dacia in 1998.
During a visit to Russia by French President Jacques Chirac, Louis Schweitzer noted that at Lada and Renault dealerships the €6,000 Ladas were selling very well while the €12,000 Renaults stayed in the showroom. “Seeing those antiquated cars, I found it unacceptable that technical progress should stop you making a good car for €6,000.” (He later revised this target to €5,000). “I also drew up a list of specifications in three words – modern, reliable and affordable – and added that everything else was negotiable.” The cheapest version of the car is €5,900, and the price can reach €11,200, depending on equipment and customs duty. (The base model for Western Europe, where it is badged as a Dacia but generally sold in Renault dealerships, is somewhat more expensive).