Station wagon and car-derived van variants of the hot-selling Logan sedan are due in 2007.
Renault's Dacia subsidiary, which builds the Logan in Pitesti, Romania, primarily will aim the new models at central and eastern Europe.
But a seven-seat Logan station wagon could sell well in northern Europe and Italy where wagons are preferred to sedans.
Jacques Daniel, managing director for Renault in the Netherlands, said he expects to sell about 1,500 Logan sedans a year in the country, well-below the more than 5,000 Logan sedans Renault expects to sell in France this year.
"When the seven-seat wagon arrives in 2007, we expect higher volumes," Daniel said.
A spokesman for Renault Germany said that a Logan station wagon likely will be more popular in Europe's largest market than the Logan sedan.
The Logan sedan, which has a starting price of E7,500, was launched this month in Spain, Germany and France.
Prices for the wagon and the car-derived van haven't been announced.
But if Renault follows the same pricing formula it uses for the Megane sedan and station wagon, customers will pay up to 10 percent, or about E750, more for a Logan wagon than for the sedan.