Mahindra Renault on Tuesday unveiled two new variants of Logan within the existing range, priced at Rs 5.35 lakh and Rs 6.12 lakh respectively, ex-showroom price in Bangalore.
The new models, 1.6 GLX (petrol) and 1.5 dCi DLX (diesel) have been positioned in-between the GLE/DLE and GLS/DLS variants of the Logan.
The additional features include adjustable rear-head restraint, trunk room light, front and rear power windows and central locking systems, Mahindra Renault Private Limited Vice President (Sales and Marketing) Nalin Mehta said.
Logan, launched in April 2007, was rolled out in a phased manner across 11 cities spread over 28 dealers with a sales figure of 2,786 units in May, he said.
"We are looking at expanding to 20 towns by the end of this month spread over 43 dealers and ramping it up to 70 dealers in the next two months," he said.
Mahindra and Mahindra's Nashik plant where Logan cars are produced has an installed capacity to produce 50,000 units annually. "This (50,000 units) is our peak production capacity and we plan to achieve this next year," Mehta added.
Source :- Times of India