Renault has taken the wraps off the Brazil-made second-gen Logan which comes with several changes compared to the Dacia-badged model.

Renault has taken the wraps off the Brazil-made second-gen Logan which comes with several changes compared to the Dacia-badged model.

Last weekend several blurry photos of the 2014 Renault Logan surfaced the web and now the car has been officially launched in Brazil. Exterior changes are limited to a chromed front fascia and different taillights graphics. The cabin ditches the circular air vents in favor of rectangular ones while the upper-spec models have a two-tone interior with silver accents.

Renault plans on selling the Logan in Authentique, Expression and Dynamique trim levels and all will have ABS and dual airbags as standard equipment. Opt for the mid-range Expression model and you get an audio system, trip computer, AC, height-adjustable steering wheel, burglar alarm system and rear folding seats.

The range-topping Dynamique adds split-folding rear seats, fog lights, electric mirrors and rear power windows. For more money the Renault Logan can be optionally configured with a touchscreen navigation system and an automatic climate control.

In Brazil it will be sold with a choice of two flex fuel engines in the form of a 1.0-liter with 77 bhp (57 kW) and a 1.6-liter rated at 98 bhp (73 kW).

Renault has already commenced production but deliveries won't kick off until late November.

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