It's time for a facelift at Dacia. The manufacturer offers a new brand identity, including a new logo. It is therefore an opportunity to restyle all your models, including the Dacia Jogger. The family van is available in a new version, still with five or seven seats depending on the needs of its buyers.
In 2022, Dacia renews its brand identity. Concretely, this involves the introduction of a new emblem, called Dacia Link, a new logo, but also new colors for the bodywork. Like all its counterparts, the Dacia Jogger therefore benefits from a restyling, even when the family van started its career in 2021.
As these images reproduced by the Expresso News, the Jogger is evolving with this new grille featuring the Dacia Link logo and white patterns that are a continuation of the headlight design. Comprising a minimalist D and C, the brand's new logo is also present in the center of the rims. On the back, elegant lettering recalls the manufacturer and model names.
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It should also be noted the appearance of a new body color – then called Lichen Khaki – whose shades of green are intended to resemble moss and earth. The roof bars are painted in Metallite Gray and emblazoned with the vehicle's name. So much for the aesthetic developments applied to this Dacia Jogger.
This minor styling update is not accompanied by developments in the engine range. The five- or seven-seater family van is offered with a 100hp 1.0-litre three-cylinder Eco-G petrol engine with 100hp, as well as the 110hp three-cylinder 1.0 TCe petrol unit.
The range comprises the Essential and Expression finishes, but also the Extreme and Extreme + special series. On the equipment side, the Jogger is equipped, for example, with automatic LED dipped beam headlamps, Media Control infotainment system, sliding shelves, parking assistance, reversing camera, blind spot warning, active emergency braking, hill start assist or even cruise control.