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Dacia Lodgy Revealed For Geneva Debut

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Dacia Lodgy was first revealed as an ice racer, and it put on a great show at Val Thorens. Now Dacia revealed the car in production trim ahead of its debut at 2012 Geneva Motor Show.

The Lodgy is an MPV designed with the usual Dacia cues of robust and functional design, offering an affordable alternative to those looking for a fun and easy to run family bus. Dacia says the Lodgy is a new car for the price of a used car!

They haven’t revealed any details on the car’s dimensions, interior, trims or engine lineup. Well, they actually have said the car has a length of 4.5 meters and has a roomy interior with enough space even in the third row, but that’s about it.

Geneva show will reveal more about the car, where it will be on display along with its racing version. Two cars are contesting this winter’s series, shared by a particularly strong line-up of drivers: Alain Prost, Nicolas Prost and Evens Stievenart. Alain Prost tops the provisional standings with a score of two wins from three rounds ahead of the championship’s traditional Christmas break.

The name Lodgy, is derived from the English word ‘lodge’ and refers directly to the model’s ability to comfortably accommodate a family and its luggage. It joins the Duster crossover, Sandero and Sandero Stepway supermini, Logan: saloon, seven-seat estate (MCV), van and pick-up in Dacia’s range in 2012.

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