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The Dacia Jogger is the latest three-row MPV in the automaker’s lineup.
The Dacia Jogger has been officially unveiled and is the new three-row MPV from the Renault sub-brand. Although this is primarily a seven-seater minivan, there is also an option of a five-seater variant where the third row will be the trunk. Now the design is fresh but still adopted family cues like the twin-slat grille, rectangular headlights and even the shape of the bumpers. That said, it is more advanced than the other models in the range in terms of design. The Jogger looks a little more urban and rugged at the same time thanks to those black coverings all around and the rubber door moldings. Now, few of you can say that it looks a bit inspired by the Triber and yes the design is similar from a certain angle like the rear section of the D-pillar. But this one is tall and looks bigger. top of the line.
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The cabin also looks a step forward compared to other models. Then the Dacia Jogger also comes with a new four-spoke steering wheel with mounted controls, a touchscreen infotainment system and air conditioning, among others.
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The second row folds up while the third row can be fully folded down to provide a massive trunk volume of 1,815 liters. It’s 4,500mm long with a 2900mm long wheelbase, and just for your perspective it’s 140mm longer while the wheelbase is 227mm longer than the Renault Duster on sale in India.
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In European markets, the Dacia Jogger will be equipped with a 1.0-liter turbo three-cylinder petrol engine under its hood. The engine will be tuned to develop 110 hp and 200 Nm of maximum torque and will be mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. But later in 2023, the Jogger Hybrid is also expected with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine mated to two electric motors.
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