Dacia Logans arrive in Germany

After a five-day trip by boat along the River Danube, the first Dacia Logans for the German market arrived last week.

The low-cost models built by Renault's Romanian subsidiary were unloaded in Passau, in southeastern Germany. The car went on sale in Germany on June 17 with prices starting at 7,200 euros.

Renault aims to sell 15,000 Logans in western Europe this year.

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