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Logan launch success sparks sales extension

RENAULT and Dacia have announced plans to extend the number of countries selling its Logan following public reaction and customer clinics.

The car will go on sale in France, Germany and Spain from June at E7,500 and other countries in Western Europe will follow later, company bosses said.

The Logan is now on sale in most central and Eastern European markets, including Bosnia, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Czech Republic, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Poland, as well as in Turkey, Syria and Lebanon.

This year will also mark the car's launch in Russia and Morocco, where it will be made locally. A spokesman said: 'Logan's success has confirmed the wisdom of the original motoring concept - to offer a modern, robust family car aimed at growth markets outside Western Europe where many people are now able to afford a new car for the first time.'

It comes equipped with 1.4-litre or 1.6-litre eight-valve engine.

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