Dacia Jogger (2022) test drive | Coach Car News

However, it’s not a classic monocab MPV – nor is it Dacia’s first MPV, although the UK market has never seen any of its predecessors (the Moroccan-built Lodgy and Dokker). From its styling to its platform to its interior layout, the Jogger is charting a new course.

And by doing that technically and stylistically, it hits the UK market with an entry-level price that doesn’t just make it cheap – something you’d expect from

a Dacia – but that also gives it a relative cash advantage worth over £10,000 over some seven-seater MPV rivals.

The Dacia Jogger range at a glance

Until the 1.6-liter hybrid arrives in 2023, there will be just one engine and one transmission for the Jogger and just three trim levels.

The entry-level Essential doesn’t have an infotainment system, although it does have stereo speakers through which your smartphone can play music or digital radio. It also comes standard with manual climate control and manual cruise control, as well as automatic headlights and an AEB collision avoidance system.

Comfort cars add modular roof rails, automatic windshield wipers, rear view camera and touchscreen infotainment system, while Extreme SE models get a satellite navigation system, upgrade wireless smartphone mirroring, alloy wheels and heated seats.

Engines Able Since
1.0 TCe 109 hp £14,995
1.6 hybrid 138 hp to confirm

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This notice was published: 2022-04-29 07:00:00

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