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The French car maker Renault launched today (Weds) the new model Dacia Lodgy in Romania, local press informs.
The new model was unveiled at the car-maker's plant in Mioveni, Prahova County (centre).
Dacia Lodgy was officially presented at the Geneva Motor Show in early March. The car is available in five or seven seats versions and the prices start at 9500 Euro (VAT included).
The Dacia Lodgy has 4.5 meters long and 1.75 meters high. The Dacia officials say that the Lodgy is "the best in class" in terms of space available for the third row seat occupants. Thus, the knee area is 144 mm and the distance from seat to the pavilion is 866 mm. The three seats on the second row are equipped standard with Isofix system, which allows a safe attachment for child seats.
The Dacia Lodgy is powered by one of the two petrol engines: 1.6 liters with 85 HP and the newest Renault petrol engine with turbo direct injection, with a displacement of 1.2 liters and 115 HP. The diesel offer is represented by the 1.5dCI engine in two output versions: dCI 90 and dCI 110.
The car is manufactured at an all-new Renault factory in Tangier, Morocco.
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