The Lodgy and Dokker models have received the facelift upgrades that were presented by Dacia on the Sandero and Logan in the autumn of last year.
The cheapest multipurpose vehicle on the market has received the aesthetic updates that were greatly appreciated on the Sandero and Sandero Stepway models. On the exterior we find a new chrome grille with chrome inserts, that is the new signature of the Dacia designers, while the tailgate has also received a chrome decorative element. The 2017 version of Dacia Lodgy has also received a new set of 16-inch alloy wheels while the Lodgy Stepway has a new Dark Metal set of alloy wheels.
On the interior we will find a new resigned glossy-black dashboard, that alongside the new air vents give a more modern look. The new four-spoke steering wheel has also some chrome inserts and a built-in horn in the centre and has a soft-feel coating. The upholstery has also received an upgrade and has 3D satin decorative inserts, that we can also find on the Sandero Stepway model. Dacia will launch new optional equipment that will go with the new Media Nav system like the rear parking camera that will have a price of 200 euros.
Dacia didn’t announce new engines so we can assume that the Lodgy will still be powered by the TCe with 115 HP and the SCe with 100 HP petrol engines and the 1.5 dCi with 90 or 110 HP diesel engines. The cheapest Lodgy version with 5 seats will have a starting price of 10,150 euros while the 7-seater will have a starting price of 14, 650 euros with all taxes included. The cheapest Lodgy Stepway petrol version will have a starting price of 14,450 euro while the cheapest diesel version will have a starting price of 16,450 euros. With this prices, the Dacia Lodgy will still be the cheapest MPV on the market and will offer a very good value for the money.