The second generation of the Renault Logan has been photographed sporting several design tweaks compared to its Romanian cousin, the Dacia Logan.

The second generation of the Renault Logan has been photographed sporting several design tweaks compared to its Romanian cousin, the Dacia Logan.

Set to go on sale in early November in Brazil, the Renault Logan's most obvious styling change is at the back where we notice different detailing on the taillights. Renault used more chrome at the front fascia as an attempt to make the car look more premium but it certainly won't be to everyone's liking.

If you will visit the first source link below you will find a couple of photos showing the interior cabin which gets square vents and what appears to be an upper-spec leather-wrapped steering wheel. In addition, the center area of the dashboard is being surrounded by a thicker chromed frame.

The Renault Logan is going to put up a good fight in Brazil with other similar models such as the Chevrolet Prisma, Toyota Etios and Fiat Siena.

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