Dacia has unveiled the Jogger, a seven-seat SUV that will arrive in the UK early next year.
It’s expected to be the cheapest model in its segment, blending the practicality of an MPV with the styling of an SUV.
Initially the Jogger will be offered with a 110PS 1.0-litre petrol engine and a 100PS Bi-Fuel LPG powertrain.
A hybrid version will launch in 2023, using a 1.6-litre petrol engine and two electric motors.
Under the skin, the Jogger is based on an extended version of the platform used for the new Sandero. It has a length of 4.5 metres and 200mm of ground clearance.
The boot offers up to 213 litres of storage space with all seats in place, rising to 712 litres with the third-row seats folded down and measured to the top of the backrest. With the second-row seats folded down and the third-row seats removed, the Jogger provides 1,819 litres of cargo space.
An additional 24 litres of storage space is spread throughout the cabin, while second row passengers are provided with fold-down tray tables.
Dacia will accept pre-orders for the new Jogger in November, when pricing and specifications will be announced, ahead of its arrival in Q1 2022.