Renault subsidiary and value brand Dacia has annouced pricing for their all-new Lodgy will start at a very low 9,900 euros in France.

Renault subsidiary and value brand Dacia has announced pricing for their all-new Lodgy will start at a very low 9,900 euros in France. The MPV, which is available as a seven seater, is targeted to families who have traditionally turned to second-hand cars in this price range.

Three engines are available: the 1.6 MPI 85, the 1.5 dCi 90 and the 1.5 dCi 110. The new 1.2 TCe 115 engine will arrive at a later date.

The Lodgy is available in a choice of four equipment levels: Lodgy (base), Ambiance, Laureate and Prestige. At the top of the range is the Prestige model which costs 16,500 euros. The Prestige includes features such as a multimedia navigation system with seven-inch (18cm) wide-screen display and rear parking sensors.

Please see press release below for vehicle dimensions and optional extras with prices.

Order books open on March 14, 2012.

Gallery: Dacia Lodgy starts at 9,900 euros in France