the new low-cost hybrid in detail

Large 7-seater family station wagon, the Dacia Jogger will be the brand’s first model to incorporate hybrid technology.

Presented as the “fourth pillar of Dacia’s product strategy”, the Jogger is part of the profound renewal of the manufacturer’s range.

Available in 5 and 7-seater versions, the Dacia Jogger becomes the largest model of the brand. Based on the CMF-B platform, already used on the Sandero and Logan, this large station wagon in the segment reaches 4.55 m in length and announces record habitability. If the trunk is limited to 160 liters with the 3e row of seats in place, the volume climbs to 708 liters in the 5-seater configuration.

Length 4,547 mm
Width 1784 mm
Height 1,632 mm
Wheelbase 2,897 mm
Chest 708 l (5P) / 160 l (7P)
Trunk seats folded 1,819L

Hybrid for 2023

Expected in dealerships in February 2022, the new Dacia Jogger will be available in two engines. In essence, the first will be based on the TCe 110 engine while the second will carry a dual-fuel gasoline-LPG Eco-G 100 unit.

Confirmed by the manufacturer, the hybrid version will not be launched before 2023. The technical configuration will be similar to that of the Clio e-Tech or the hybrid Arkana. The Dacia Jogger hybrid will therefore be based on a 1.6 l petrol engine coupled to two electric motors (an “e-motor” and a high-voltage starter). There will be added a small battery of 1.2 kWh. The assembly will be driven by a clutchless dog gearbox. In terms of consumption, the manufacturer announces a reduction of around 40% in the city compared to a heat engine of equivalent size.

Janelle B. Smith

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