How much does a Dacia Jogger with LPG engine cost. The price and advantages of this type of engine

Jogger is the newest Dacia model launched by the local car manufacturer last autumn. Starting with December, the family model can be ordered in our country in both the 5-seater and the 7-seater version.

Built on the Renault Group’s CMF-B architecture, the Logan MCV and Lodgy’s replacement is a versatile model. It is the length of a station wagon, offers generous space like a minivan and looks like an SUV. The car will be assembled at the Mioveni plant of the Romanian manufacturer.

Beyond the premiere itself for the Romanian brand, it must be said that, from 2023, Jogger will be equipped with a hybrid E-Tech system. It will be based on a 1.8-liter engine. Thus, the future hybrid Jogger, the first in the history of Dacia, will be the most affordable car equipped with hybrid propulsion in Europe.

How much does the Dacia Jogger ECO-G with LPG engine cost?


The range of engines made available to customers in Romania includes two engines. The first of these is the 1.0 ECO-G unit with petrol and LPG. It offers 100 hp and 170 Nm of torque. The second engine version is the new 1.0 TCe with 110 hp and 200 Nm. Both engines are paired with a 6-speed manual transmission.

Dacia Jogger 1.0 ECO-G is the version that will most likely sell the best. The model is powered by a conventional gas tank, which has a capacity of 50 liters. The car is also equipped with an LPG tank. Located in place of the spare wheel, it has a capacity of 40 liters. Together, the two tanks give the new Jogger 1.0 ECO-G a range of up to 1,000 kilometers.

The new Dacia Jogger 1.0 ECO-G with 5 seats has a starting price of 13,990 euros, being the most affordable model in the range. Through the Rabla and Dacia Avantaj programs, the price of the car drops to 11,640 euros.

This money includes, among others, longitudinal flag bars, fog lamps, on-board computer, speed limiter and Media Control.

The top of the range 7-seater Jogger 1.0 ECO-G is offered in the SL Extreme equipment level and has a catalog price starting at 17,500 euros.

What is LPG and what are its advantages?

car on LPG

The acronym LPG comes from Liquefied Petroleum Gas. It is obtained by pressurizing butane and propane to form a liquid that has a lower volume.

LPG does not contain benzene and lead, so it is non-toxic, colorless and odorless. Due to the state of liquid aggregation, LPG is a safe fuel and does not require a high pressure tank (between 5 and 30 bar).

The use of this type of fuel ensures increased autonomy due to the two independent tanks (petrol and GP). It also significantly reduces the maintenance costs of your car.

Being in place of the spare wheel, the LPG tank will not reduce the volume of the trunk. Jogger’s interior space and modular configuration will not be affected. All Dacia models powered by LPG are equipped with a wedge kit.

The performance of the Dacia Jogger 1.0 ECO-G will be the same as that of the version equipped with the 1.0 TCe petrol station. In contrast, CO2 emissions are lower compared to the levels of emissions recorded by the petrol-powered model.

The LPG system used by Jogger and other models in the Dacia range is built by Landi Renzo. It is one of the largest producers in the world. In addition, the LPG system was built specifically for Renault engines on Dacia models.

Source: Dacia

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