The all new Dacia Jogger 7-seater making the headlines

Since its launch in April the All New Dacia Jogger has been setting tongues wagging with its generous space, driving ability and affordable pricing for a 7-seater family car.

Eddie Cunningham motoring editor of the Irish Independent said “The real surprise was how the one-litre petrol seemed to have loads of power. The fact it is a light car helped but it was a plus in the course of a couple of long, tortuous and inclement drives. Would I buy it? Yes, I would if I had need of such room at bargain basement prices”.

Neil Briscoe in the Irish Times wrote “What the jogger does is provide maximum space, and maximum seating for minimal price. For many families that’s exactly what they need”.

Darren Liggett, Motoring Editor, The Irish Sun said “I’ve just spent a week with the new seven-seater Dacia Jogger. And as much as Dacia are using the fact that it’s a seven-seater vehicle as the main selling point, the Jogger is actually a whole lot more”.

In his review, Dave Humphreys of concluded that “The Dacia Jogger is a brilliant family car that rewrites the rules on what a seven-seater can be. It's hugely practical with plenty of useful touches and is a great alternative to the MPVs of old. The attention-grabbing prices are one thing, but that's not all that the Jogger has going for it. It drives well, is comfortable in a variety of scenarios and that interior space means it's the perfect choice for Irish families with lots of activities in their lives.

The All New Dacia Jogger does redefine the 7-seat family car with a blend of estate car practicality, MPV spaciousness and SUV styling and is available with a choice of three trim levels – Essential, Comfort, and Extreme SE.

Jogger has generous standard specifications including air conditioning, cruise control and rear parking sensors across the range and has three multimedia systems available, including Dacia’s clever Media Control, placing the smartphone at the centre of the experience.

All-New Jogger is a unique addition to the Irish car market, combining Dacia’s reputation for value for money, robustness and proven technology with great style, space and interior flexibility.