Dacia Jogger reveals Czech prices, 7 seats and offers a range of 1000 km under CZK 400,000

The new model will arrive on the Czech market at the turn of March and April next year, but the carmaker will start receiving orders on December 2.

Today, the Czech representation of Dacia published the price list of the new Jogger model, which is presented as a versatile family car. It promises the spaciousness of the minivan (the seats offer up to 60 variations), the volume of the luggage compartment of the station wagon models (luggage volume up to 1819 liters) and the features of the SUV (adventurous appearance and ground clearance of 200 mm). No wonder, then, that in the future it should cover the market originally occupied by three models: Logan MCV, Dokker and Lodgy.

Only two engines will be available under the hood of the Jogger at the beginning of sales. The basis is a dual-fuel engine TCe 100 LPG, equipped with a three-cylinder liter non-injection engine capable of burning gasoline (maximum power 67 kW / 160 Nm) and LPG (maximum power 74 kW / 170 Nm). Thanks to tanks for 50 liters of petrol and 40 liters of LPG, the car promises to travel over 1000 km per refueling.

Luggage space volume (dm3 VDA / Liters) 5 places 7 places
Maximum luggage space volume of all rows on site 708/842 160/213
Maximum volume – row 3 folded 565/712
Maximum volume – row 2 lowered and row 3 removed 1 819 / –

The traditional alternative is a pure petrol three-cylinder TCe 110 direct-injection petrol engine, which offers the highest output of 81 kW and 200 Nm of torque. Both engines are connected exclusively to a six-speed manual transmission.

In 2023, the offer will be expanded by a version of the Hybrid, which should work with a 1.6-liter gasoline engine supplemented by two electric motors and a battery with a capacity of 1.2 kWh. The system should therefore be derived from current Renault models.

The price in the basic Essential equipment with TCe 100 LPG engine and a five-seater interior starts at CZK 358,500, while customers pay an additional 19,000 for a seven-seater interior – a total of CZK 377,500. Purely petrol engineization then starts at CZK 371,000 and CZK 390,000, respectively.

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The basic equipment lacks air conditioning, but this can be paid extra for CZK 12,500. In addition, the steering package for CZK 8,000 will add cruise control, a height-adjustable steering wheel or rear parking sensors. Even as standard, the Essential equipment offers 6 airbags, active emergency braking, central locking, electric front windows, fog lights, light sensor, longitudinal roof rails, 16 “steel wheels with covers or Media Control system with radio, 2 speakers and Bluetooth connection.

For ordinary customers, however, the Comfort equipment will certainly become more interesting, which will add to the standard electric control of all windows and mirrors with heating, rain sensor, cruise control, manual air conditioning, infotainment Media Dsiplay with 8 “screen and support for smartphone mirroring (CarPlay and Android Auto , but only by cable), modular roof rails, leather steering wheel, rear parking sensors or 16 ”alloy wheels. In addition, there are several handy packages available. The Comfort equipment starts at CZK 403,500 or CZK 422,500 in the seven-seater version.

Price list for Dacia Jogger
Equipment Motor 5 places 7 places
Essential TCe 100 LPG 358.500 377.500
TCe 110 371.000 390.000
Comfort TCe 100 LPG 403.500 422.500
TCe 110 416.000 435.000
Extreme TCe 100 LPG 425.500 444.500
TCe 110 438.000 457.000

The top of the range is the Extreme equipment, which offers a hands-free access card, automatic air conditioning, rear parking card, wireless mobile connectivity, folding tables for second-row passengers, textile rugs, bumper bottoms painted in Megalithe gray or a removable phone holder. The price then starts from CZK 422,500 and CZK 444,500, respectively.

The Czech representation of the carmaker will start receiving the first orders tomorrow, ie 2.12.2021. The first customers should then see their cars around the turn of March and April next year.

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