Dacia unveiled a new car called the Jogger. This car is in fact a combination of capabilities and strengths of station wagon, minion and chassis models, and it emphasizes efficiency and toughness more than anything else. The Jagger is available in five- and seven-seater versions, as well as single- and dual-fuel engines, and is set to be unveiled at the Munich Motor Show.
At 4,547 mm long, 1,784 mm wide, 1,632 mm high, 200 mm above the ground and 2,897 mm wheelbase, the Jagger is Dacia’s largest vehicle. This multipurpose model is based on the extended CMF-B platform. Previously, Sandro, Sandro Stepoy and Logan were built on this platform.
In terms of design, the Jagger in the front view is very similar to Sandro Stepoy and many of their parts are common, so that it is copied and pasted from the nose to the B-pillar! But from column B onwards, we see a complete redesign. In the rear view, it seems that Dacia designers have taken a close look at Lowe’s products, because the headlights of this car evoke the Swedish brand station wagons and chassis!
For easy access to the cargo area, the tailgate is made quite large; In addition, to provide the possibility of carrying more load, there is a modular load on the roof. This load can be adjusted both horizontally and vertically and can withstand up to 80 kg of load.
The version with images attached to this article belongs to Extreme trim. Black body parts, gray protective tray, door straps and Extreme badge in some parts are some of the features of this trim. This version will be sold in 5 colors: black, two shades of gray, refrigerator white and brown.
Inside the cabin, the spacious and generous space attracts attention more than anything else, and even in the 7-seater version, all occupants will feel satisfied in this regard. In this version, depending on the condition of the seats, the cargo space varies between 160 and 2013 liters. This figure is announced in the 5-person version between 708 to 842 liters; The maximum space available in the 5-seater version is achieved by folding down the rear seats, which is equal to 1819 liters. The various compartments in the cabin have a total volume of 24 liters.
The Jagger dashboard looks quite familiar, as if it were borrowed from Sandro. In the base model, there is no infotainment system display and a cell phone holder is installed instead; In high-end trims, an 8-inch display is responsible for connecting the driver to the infotainment system.
In Media Nav flagship trim, Jagger Infotainment system supports Android Otto and Apple CarPlay wireless and is also equipped with a router. Audio system with six speakers and two USB ports are other features of this version. Other amenities such as heated seats, air conditioning with digital display, automatic windshield wiper and handbrake are available as options.
In terms of product safety, the Romanian multi-line is available with six airbags and a variety of driver assistance systems, some of the most important of which are automatic emergency braking, blind spot warning, park assist, downhill assist, cruise control and speed limiter.
Dacia Jagger enters the market with several types of engines, one of which is the new 1.0 TCe 110 three-cylinder engine. This turbocharged engine is capable of producing 110 horsepower and 200 Nm of torque, and the 6-speed manual gearbox directs its production power to the front wheels.
In addition to gasoline engines, the Jagger will also be offered with a 1.0 TCe 100 dual-burner LPG engine. This three-cylinder engine produces 100 horsepower gas. Thanks to the 40-liter tank and 50-liter LPG tank, as well as 6.4 liters of fuel consumption per hundred kilometers, the model equipped with this engine can travel up to 1000 kilometers without the need for refueling.
According to Dacia, the hybrid version of the Jagger will also arrive in 2023 to become the cheapest, most expensive 7-seater hybrid model. This model will be the first Dacia hybrid car and the second second electrified model of the company after Spring. This model uses Renault Group’s hybrid technology and features a 1.6-liter naturally aspirated engine, two electric motors, an automatic transmission and a 1.2-kilowatt-hour 230-volt battery.
As announced, Dacia Jagger customer order registration will start from November this year. The order delivery process will start from the first season of 2022. There is no word on pricing at this time, but Carwow UK has forecast a base price of around هزار 13,000 for the base Dacia Jagger.