From 1 December the new family vehicle in the Dacia range, the Jogger, can be ordered throughout the brand’s authorized dealer network and the first deliveries of the model are scheduled for March 2022.
Presented for the first time in the world at the beginning of September at the Munich International Mobility Show, Jogger is available on the Romanian market in two configurations – with 5 and 7 seats – and in two trim levels: Essential and Comfort. These are complemented by a limited series, called “Extreme”, which includes specific design elements.
The Jogger is available with two powertrains: the ECO-G 100 petrol/LPG petrol/petrol combination and the new TCe 110 engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. Both engines are equipped with Start & Stop and comply with Euro 6D Full.
Prices range from €13,990 (incl. VAT) for the Essential version in a 5-seater configuration equipped with the ECO-G 100 engine to €16,950 (incl. VAT) for the Comfort version in 7-seater configuration equipped with the TCe 110 engine.
As for the “Extreme” Limited Series, it will be priced between 16,800 Euro (VAT included) for the 5-seater version with ECO-G 100 engine and 18,000 Euro (VAT included) for the 7-seater configuration with TCe110 engine. The warranty offered is 3 years or 100,000 km.
The Jogger is the fourth pillar of Dacia’s product strategy. After the small 100% electric urban vehicle (Spring), the hatch-back Sandero, and the SUV Duster, the Jogger offers a novelty in the family vehicle segment with up to 7 seats. The Jogger would replace the Dacia Logan station wagon, which is already discontinued, as well as the Dokker and Lodgy models, which will also be withdrawn.
Dacia was taken over by Renault in 1999 and relaunched in 2004 with the Logan model.