PARIS -- The new Dacia Jogger compact crossover will be the Renault Group budget brand’s first hybrid when a version using Renault’s E-Tech system appears in 2023.
The Jogger will arrive in dealerships in February 2022, and presented to the public at the Munich auto show next week. Orders will open in November.
Available in either five- or seven-seat versions, it is set to replace Dacia's Logan MCV station wagon, which is already no longer in production, as well as its small van-based Dokker people carrier and the larger Lodgy minivan, both of which are being phased out.
Prices will start below 15,000 euros, Dacia CEO Denis Le Vot said Friday in an online event to launch the Jogger.
It will be built on an extended version of the Renault-Nissan Alliance CMF-B platform, which underpins core models such as the Renault Clio small car and Captur small SUV, the new-generation Dacia Sandero and Logan small cars, and the Nissan Juke small SUV.
The Jogger’s CMF-B architecture features a longer rear section to create a length of 4,550 mm, making it Dacia’s largest vehicle.