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Dacia's anniversary blues
Special edition Sandero, Duster and Logan Laureate Prime mark ten years of the brand with special blue paint and extra equipment.
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What's all this about?

Dacia might be about cheap and cheerful vehicles but it is splashing out with some luxury special editions, badged Laureate Prime, to celebrate ten years since the brand's rebirth. The Sandero, Duster and Logan MCV are all available with extra equipment and a special blue livery; each one costs £500 more than the equivalent Laureate version.

What do you get?

The anniversary models all get Cosmos Blue metallic paint, blue being a traditional colour for Dacia. Continuing the theme through the interior the colour blue is repeated on the seats, floor mats and seat belts.

Completing the exterior package are alloy wheels with a dark metallic finish that matches the door mirror shells. Additional equipment includes a leather steering wheel, rear electric windows and the latest MediaNav Evolution navigation and entertainment system; which features SIRI voice recognition, TMC live traffic information and the ability to access the internet via a smartphone app.

What's under the bonnet?

Sandero and Logan Laureate Prime models come with 90hp petrol or diesel power, the Duster is powered by the 110hp turbodiesel and comes with two- or four-wheel drive.

What do they cost?

Prices start at £9,295, £10,295 and £13,995 for the Sandero, Logan and Duster respectively.

John Lambert - 18 Mar 2015

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