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Dacia unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, the new Logan MCV and the limited series Duster Aventure.At a price comparable to its predecessor, the new Logan MCV has 5 places, a trunk with a volume of 573 liters, new variants of petrol (TCe 90) and diesel engines, and may be ordered starting with the second quarter of this year.The new Logan MCV comes equipped with two versions of petrol engine: 1.2 16v 75 and the new 3-cylinder turbo propeller TCe 90, which consumes 5 liters of fuel for 100 km, according to specifications. In some countries, the 1.2 liter engine is also available in a version fueled by petrol-LPG. The offer of diesel engines is focused on the 1.5 dCi model, available in two versions of power – 66 kW (90 HP) and 55 kW (75 HP) complying to the Euro5 emission standard.The limited series Duster Aventure, equipped with a ramp of projectors and a Garmin navigation system, will be sold in 16 countries starting April. For all models, Dacia provides a guarantee of 3 years/100,000 km.The sales of Dacia at global scale advanced by 4.8 pc last year against 2011, to 359,822 units, of which little over 6 pc were sold in Romania, where the company remains market leader, while the biggest sales were achieved on the markets of France (23.4 pc), Germany (13 pc), Algeria, Turley and Italy.“With 360,000 units sold in 2012, Dacia is a conquest mark that continues its offensive with the new Logan MCV. It presently is the youngest range in Europe. In 2012, its market share increased in the 40 countries where it is being sold, so 17,000 more units have been sold than in 2011. In 2013, the brand will continue to develop as it enters new markets like Great Britain and Ireland,” Rafael Treguer, brand development manager Dacia announced in a communiqué.Last year, the automaker controlled by the French group Renault launched new versions of Logan, Sandero and Sandero Stepway.