Nope but nobody buys it in MPV-trim.They stopped selling the roomster? i mean I guess it's time for an update...
You can get a Renault Grand Scenic which is also 4,5 meters in poverty spec for something like twenty-eight thousand dollares. The Lodgy has a silly name but it doesnt look half bad. Lodgy sounds like a Czechoslovakian prime minister.That looks pretty handsome. If mpv prices in Europe are like they are here, then a less expensive alternative would probably be well received.
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You can get a Renault Grand Scenic which is also 4,5 meters in poverty spec for something like twenty-eight thousand dollares. The Lodgy has a silly name but it doesnt look half bad. Lodgy sounds like a Czechoslovakian prime minister.
Hey now! I reformatted this thing, at least give me a free pass this time XD
I spoke too soon, it's back again! With a 1.2TSI too, so I like it even more.
It never went away in Europe, just Australia. They pulled the old one after the N/A 1.6 and 1.9TDI engines died out and didn't bother to sell it with new engines. Now, all of a sudden, they did an about turn and started selling them with the latest generation of engines.I love how carmakers outside of the US just pull and add models seemingly at random. Here, once a model is canceled, its gone usually for good.
I'd have to assume its due to the build to order nature of car buying outside the US and Canada.
Head of Renault "Wow what a design" Dacia chief designer "Yes a lot of design went into that!" HoR "Take most of it out, do it now!" stomps off slamming door. What you see is a Renault type people mover with all the design removed. (Or red blob).Gotta love Dacia, seems most of the design ideas didn't make it to production, hell looks like no design at all went into that.
The Lodgy definitely looks good. Viewed as it would be sold in the UK (if it is alongside the Sandero and Duster), a cheaper Scenic wouldn't go amis. People prefer the (atrociously terrible) Zafira over the Scenic because of price, so hopefully as long as this has similar space and practicality features as the Grand Scenic then they should do well. Dacia do need to spend some money on advertising here once they start selling anything.
Marketing Dept. will be pleased.Apart from the nasty looking scratchy-scratchy plastic (you can just tell from looking at it can't you?) it looks pretty good.
I love the name too, it just reminds me of constipation.
It makes excactly as much sense as it does in a Saab, actually.
...and by the way, it's the button for turning off the cruise control.