Dacia has launched a limited-run 10th Anniversary Edition of the Logan which will be sold exclusively in Romania.

Dacia has launched a limited-run 10th Anniversary Edition of the Logan which will be sold exclusively in Romania.

The low-cost compact sedan has reached its tenth anniversary so Dacia decided to spice up the model through a special edition that comes with extra goodies such as restyled headlights, special badging, tinted taillights, restyled rear bumper with a lower grey section, along with turn signals incorporated in the side mirrors.

More significant changes can be found on the inside where the dashboard was borrowed from the Renault Symbol. The central area now has a glossy finish and there's also an automatic AC system along with an optional touchscreen display with navigation. Other tweaks include a bespoke upholstery, special side sills with "Logan 10 Years" lettering and optional features like a leather-wrapped steering wheel and cruise control.

For the first time in a Dacia Logan, the electric window switches are positioned on the doors but there's something peculiar about them because the driver's door only contains the switches for the front left and right windows while the ones for the rear windows are positioned on the central dashboard, just like in the Turkey-built Renault Symbol.

Prices start at 9,400 EUR for the model fitted with a 75 bhp 1.2 16V engine while the 75 bhp 1.5 dCi diesel kicks off at 11,300 EUR. Already available on order, the Dacia Logan 10th Anniversary Edition will be limited to 2,000 units.

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