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The silhouette of the new Renault Jogger MPV can be seen featuring roof rails and a raked back A-pillar.
The silhouette of the new Renault Jogger MPV can be seen featuring roof rails and a raked back A-pillar.

Renault Jogger 7-seater MPV to break cover today: Things to note

  • The upcoming Renault Jogger will be built on the ethos of a sport utility vehicle.

  • The silhouette of the new Renault Jogger MPV can be seen featuring roof rails and a raked back A-pillar.

Dacia, Renault's sister brand in Europe is gearing up for the introduction of a new 7-seater MPV which has been christened Jogger. The official name of the car was revealed a few days back. The new four-wheeler is all set to make a debut in the global market later today (Friday).

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It is considered to be a spiritual successor to the Lodgy MPV. 

The upcoming Jogger from Dacia will be a larger model from the company and will be built on the ethos of a sport utility vehicle featuring higher ground clearance and muscular design, unlike the previous Triber which was a hardcore MPV.

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As per the previous official teaser image by Renault, the silhouette of the upcoming car can be seen featuring roof rails and raked back A-pillar. The company has remained tight-lipped on the official details of the car except for the fact that it will be meant to cater the demand of larger families with its 5- and 7-seat layouts. 

Renault has previously sold the Lodgy MPV in the Indian market, the upcoming Jogger will be a more premium offering than the Lodgy and it may also be placed as the biggest offering in the French carmaker’s lineup.

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Under the hood, expect the new Jogger to source power from the same engines as the Duster SUV. This means that the European-spec model could get the 1.3-litre turbo-petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines. There could also be an option of ‘4x4 drivetrain’ alongside a choice of manual and automatic transmissions. 

The Jogger is unlikely to arrive in the Indian market anytime soon. 

 

 

  • First Published Date : 03 Sep 2021, 01:07 PM IST