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SEPTEMBER 10, 2007

New 85hp 1.5 dCi engine boosts performance in Logan and Logan MCV

Logan and Logan MCV can now be powered by the 85hp version of the 1.5 dCi diesel engine. With its greater output and torque, it boosts the performances of both models, while further confirming Dacias billing as an economical line-up both the saloon and MCV have very low combined cycle fuel consumption levels of 4.6l/100km and 5.2l/100km, respectively. CO2 emissions have also been contained, with Logan saloon emitting just 120g/km and Logan MCV only 137. Such figures are unrivalled in such roomy family cars. In Western Europe, the 85hp 1.5 dCi powers the Laurate and Prestige versions of Logan and the Ambiance and Laurate versions of Logan MCV. Like the rest of the Dacia range, all these versions benefit from a three-year or 100,000kilometre warranty.
In the wake of the 70hp 1.5 dCi engine, the 85hp unit is now available on Logan and Logan MCV, thus enriching the range of Dacias diesel powertrain packages. Developing peak power of 85hp at 3,750rpm, it uses like the 70hp version a second generation common rail direct injection system, which compresses only the amount of fuel that is strictly necessary. It is characterized by the turbochargers absolute boost pressure of 2.3 bars 0.4 higher than for the 70hp engine.

The 1.5 dCi 85 genuinely gives Logan and Logan MCV an extra lease of liveliness. The Logan 1.5 dCi 85 can accelerate from standstill to 100kph in just 13 seconds (a gain of 2 seconds compared to the 70hp version), while the Logan MCV takes 14.3 seconds more than 3 seconds fastest than the 70hp unit. Developing torque of 200Nm at 1,900rpm with 90% available from 1,500rpm the 85hp 1.5 dCi engine ensures that the entire Logan lineup is capable of acceleration in all situations.

Unrivalled CO2 emission performances Such levels of performance nevertheless remain consistent with fuel-efficiency and CO2 emissions. Logan 1.5 dCi 85 consumes a mere 4.6 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres in combined cycles, and Logan MCV only 5.2l/100km. CO2 emissions are respectively 120g/km for the saloon car and 137g/km for the MCV. These figures are very low for such roomy family vehicles and help the Dacia 1.5 dCi contribute directly to one of the pledges outlined in the Renault Commitment 2009 to sell one million vehicles emitting less than 140g/km of CO2, with one-third of them emitting less than 120kg/km. And, of course, the 85hp 1.5 dCi engine complies with Euro IV standards.

It is combined with a 5-speed JR5 manual gearbox with a shorter gear ratio, adapted to its greater power, which fully exploits the 200 Nm of torque.

In some countries the 85hp 1.5 dCi engine powers Logan Laurate and Prestige; in others, it powers Logan MCV Ambiance and Laurate versions. Like the rest of the Dacia line-up these versions benefit from a three-year or 100,000-kilometre warranty and, of course, an extremely attractive price.

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LOGAN Engine Gearbox Pollution control Number of seats ENGINE CHARACTERISTICS Engine type Capacity (cc) Bore x stroke (mm) Number of cylinders Compression ratio Valves Maximum power (kW CEE (hp)) Engine speed at max. power (rpm) Max. torque (Nm CEE) Engine speed at max. torque (rpm) Injection type Induction system Fuel Catalytic converter GEARBOX Type Gears Speed (kph) at 1,000 rpm in 1st In 2nd In 3rd in 4th in 5th STEERING Turning circle diameter between kerbs (m) Steering wheel turns (half travel) (manual/power assisted) SUSPENSION Front axle WHEELS AND TYRES Standard wheels Standard tyres, front/rear JR5 5
8.56 15.59 24.15 32.85 42.21 7.89 14.36 22.25 30.27 39.84

LOGAN MCV Manual Euro IV

5 (7) K9K 796 1461 76 x 80.5 4 17.9 8 63 (85) 3,750 200 1,900 Direct, Common Rail + Multi-injection Turbocompressor + Intercooler Diesel S

10.50 4.5 / 3.2


McPherson type strut with wishbone H-shaped programmed deflection torsion beam Rear axle coil springs 6.0 J 15 185/65 R 15

BRAKES Type of braking circuit ABS Bosch 8.0 Electronic Brakeforce Distribution Diameter of front discs, in mm Rear brake drum size, in inches PERFORMANCES Max. speed (kph) 0-100 kph (secs.) 1,000m standard (secs.) AERODYNAMICS Cd FUEL CONSUMPTION per EEC standards 99/100 (l/100km) CO2 (g/km) Urban cycle Extra-urban cycle Combined cycle CAPACITIES Fuel tank (l) WEIGHTS (kg), A/C as option
Unladen kerb weight Unladen kerb weight, front axle

X Standard Standard
259 8 260 9

167 1300 35''00 0.36 120 5.3 4.2 4.6 50 1,075 665 410 1,610 2,350 535 1,100 575

163 (163) 1430 (1460) 36''00 (3620)

137 5.9 4.8 5.2

Unladen kerb weight, rear axle Max. gross vehicle weight (GVW) Gross train weight (GTW) Payload (CU) Max. trailer weight, braked Max. trailer weight, unbraked

1,205 (1255) 700 (725) 505 (530) 1,806 (1870) 2,700 (2750) 601 (615) 1,300 (1300) 640 (665)