Used 2012 Renault Logan Sedan Trims & Features

Trims & Features of the 2012 Renault Logan Sedan

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Exterior features of the Logan Sedan are what give it the smooth finish and a modern feel. A sculpted hood and distinct lines provide the overall feel, and then the shape of the lights soften things up a little to provide a modern look. Aluminum roof racks can be added on the top of the car to provide additional storage for larger objects or extra luggage. A classic tow bar and a bonded rear spoiler are also available to add a sporty touch to an already handsome car. The rear spoiler comes with primer only and will need to be painted. The sporty comfort and convenience follows through to the interior no matter what accessories are added to the outside, however.

The features that have been designed to fit perfectly into the interior of the Logan Sedan add a touch of convenience and comfort to the already safe cabin. Safety is number one in all of the models, and the Logan is no different. With airbags for all of the passengers as well as the driver, three point seat belts for every passenger, and anti-lock brakes for better stopping ability. The passenger airbag can be even be disabled when there is no one in the passenger seat. There is several storage areas that can be used to keep passengers organized, including a pouch in the ceiling for sunglasses or other small objects. As a matter of convenience, there are plenty of electric features to make rolling down windows and arranging side mirrors a little easier to do while driving. The Logan Sedan comes with air conditioning and a stereo as well, and can come equipped with a navigation system as an option if desired. Regardless of where drivers are going, comfort is definitely something that the Logan offers on every trip.

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