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Dacia Jogger: Press Kit

Dacia’s famed fresh thinking and value-for-money approach has revolutionised the 7-seat family car sector with the introduction of the Dacia Jogger, thanks to its unrivalled versatility that blends the practicality of an estate car with the spaciousness of an MPV and the styling of an SUV.

With a name that embodies the brand’s outdoor spirit, its positive energy and sense of adventure, the Jogger is a life-long companion, ideally suited to the daily lives of families whether navigating urban environments or looking to get away into the great outdoors.

Generous proportions and rugged styling ensure the Jogger is always ready for adventure, backed up by a series of clever touches and smart thinking, from the ingenious modular roof rails to the innovative Media Control system that places the smartphone at the centre of the car’s multimedia experience.

The Jogger is powered by a choice of Dacia’s proven TCe 110 turbocharged petrol engine – delivering willing performance and excellent fuel economy – or the brand’s first hybrid powertrain in the Jogger HYBRID 140. The hybrid introduces value-conscious families to even more impressive fuel economy, reduced emissions, and the opportunity to drive in smooth and silent all-electric mode up to 80% of the time on city roads. All without compromising cabin space, storage capacity, or Jogger’s adventurous spirit.

The Jogger is available exclusively with 7-seats and in three trim levels – Essential, Expression, and Extreme. All versions are generously equipped with air conditioning, cruise control, and rear parking sensors as standard across the range. In the interests of keeping things simple for customers, the Jogger is offered with just two options – metallic paint and a spare wheel.

Based on the company’s modular CMF-B platform, the Jogger features a unique rear module that extends the car’s length to just over 4.5m, making it the longest model in the Dacia range. Key to the Jogger’s spaciousness, this extra length allows it to deliver the same level of versatility as many larger models from the segments above.

With a generous 200mm of ground clearance (unladen), a reinforced body structure, and protective body-cladding, the Jogger has been designed with an active life in mind. That ethos can be seen in the bold, wide grille, flanked by Dacia’s signature Y-shaped LED daytime running lights and headlights with LED low-beam illumination.

The vertical rear lights maximise the width of the tailgate making loading easier, while a low load sill makes accessing the Jogger’s spacious cargo area fuss-free. The Jogger’s readiness for the great outdoors continues with its innovative modular roof rails that transform in a few simple steps to accept anything from skis to mountain bikes, complete with a generous 80kg load capacity.

Expression models feature Dacia’s clever ‘Flex’ wheels which, although styled to replicate the appearance of alloy wheels, are more robust and affordable should they need to be replaced.

Alloy wheels with a stylish black finish are standard on the Extreme, along with Copper Brown door mirrors, black shark fin antenna, Copper Brown detailing on the roof bars, above the front fog lights, and the wheel centre caps, as well as a striking topographical pattern on the lower doors and snorkel.

There are seven distinctive body colours to choose from: Glacier White, Pearl Black, Terracotta, Shadow Grey, Urban Grey, Dusty Khaki and, exclusive to the Extreme, Cedar Green.

Thanks to its 4.5m length and 2.9m wheelbase, the Dacia Jogger offers unrivalled interior space for a family of seven. With three full rows of seating, the Jogger can easily accommodate up to seven adults in comfort or, with the split-folding seats arranged into almost 60 possible configurations, up to 2,085 litres of cargo space.

The second-row seats offer plenty of seat height, similar to those in the front, together with generous foot- and knee-room. A simple tipping mechanism provides access to the third-row seats, made easier by longer rear doors, while an impressive 855mm of headroom and 127mm of knee-room allows two adults to sit in comfort. With all seats in place, the boot offers a useful 212-litres of storage space, rising to 699-litres with the third-row seats folded and measured to the top of the backrest. Folding the second-row seats and removing the third-row increases that further to an impressive maximum 2,085 litres, while the long boot floor (2,000mm) can easily accommodate a pram or a child’s bike without disassembly.

Dacia’s ingenious design ensures the available space can be used in any number of ways, with four lashing rings, three load hooks, and elastic straps to hold loads safely and securely. With a 12V socket and ISOFIX child-seat mounts for the outer second-row seats, the Jogger offers maximum versatility.

Fold-down tray tables (standard on Extreme) and cup holders for the second-row seats ensure all occupants are kept entertained, while even those in the third row have their own armrests and tilt-opening windows.

Dacia understands better than most that family life comes with plenty of paraphernalia, and so the Jogger boasts 23 litres of storage space spread conveniently throughout the cabin. A generously sized 7-litre glove box is joined by front and rear door pockets capable of holding a 1-litre bottle, with a 1.3-litre lidded storage bin within the centre console and six cup-holders.

On selected models, the feeling of spaciousness is accentuated by a textile strip that runs across the dashboard, separating the driving components (instrument panel, multimedia screen) above from the easily accessible controls (air conditioning, driving aids) found below. The same textile also features on the front door armrests.

The Extreme introduces a new upholstery material dubbed MicroCloud. Its unique, velvet-like appearance and soft feel betrays its hard-wearing and easy-to-clean nature, and it is used to striking effect across the dashboard where it is highlighted by appealing contrast stitching.

To complement its striking exterior, the interior of the Jogger Extreme features Copper Brown highlights on the air vents and door trim, while the topographical pattern reappears on the door sills and rubber floor mats. The Extreme’s enhanced standard specification also includes heated front seats, fold-down tray tables, and Dacia’s 8-inch Media Nav infotainment system.

Reflecting its state-of-the-art powertrain, all Jogger HYBRID 140 models are exclusively equipped with a new 7-inch digital instrument cluster.

Three advanced multimedia and infotainment systems are available in the Jogger, each with a range of powerful connected features for busy, modern families.

Dacia’s clever Media Control system revolves around a smartphone docking station integrated into the dashboard. By using the screen that we carry with us every day – our smartphones – Dacia has created a way of maximising usability and familiarity, while also solving the problems caused by aftermarket windscreen mounts and charging cables.

Once the smartphone is held securely within the universal slot, the free Dacia Media Control app places the phone at the heart of the connected experience. Navigation, radio, music, telephone, and vehicle information are all now at the driver’s fingertips, accessed through the phone’s own voice recognition function or via the steering wheel-mounted controls. Music and navigation instructions are channelled through the car’s speakers thanks to the Bluetooth connection, while a conveniently located USB port handles charging duties.

Media Display upgrades the audio experience with four speakers, while an 8-inch touchscreen mounted high on the dashboard and angled towards the driver for maximum visibility takes over from the Media Control docking station. The system boasts both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, while a new ‘Car’ tab gives access to various ADAS and vehicle settings.

Media Nav builds upon the Media Display system with the addition of smartphone replication for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a full in-car navigation function, and an upgraded audio system with six speakers and two USB ports.

The Jogger is powered by a choice of Dacia’s proven TCe 110 turbocharged petrol engine or the brand’s first hybrid powertrain in the Jogger HYBRID 140

The TCe 110 1.0-litre three-cylinder direct injection turbocharged petrol engine develops 109hp and 200Nm of torque at 2,900rpm. It uses technical innovations such as variable valve timing, a variable displacement oil pump, an integrated exhaust manifold, and a particulate filter to achieve impressive performance while reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

Euro 6D-Full compliant and equipped with Stop&Start as standard, the TCe 110 is coupled to a smooth-shifting, low friction six-speed manual transmission to help deliver the best possible performance. Combined with the Jogger’s underbody fairings and forward-facing aerodynamics flaps, this efficient powertrain delivers low CO2 emissions (130g/km) and impressive fuel economy (48.7mpg WLTP combined).

Featuring the Dacia brand’s first hybrid petrol-electric powertrain, the Jogger HYBRID 140 boasts all the advantages of the rest of the Jogger range without compromising either cabin space or storage capacity, with the traction battery easily accommodated under the floor in place of the spare wheel.

Well tested within the Renault Group, the proven set-up sees a 1.6-litre petrol engine paired with two electric motors – a 49hp traction motor and a smaller HSG (High-voltage Starter Generator) – plus an innovative multi-mode clutch-less gearbox that optimises gear changes and ensures a smooth power delivery. This clever arrangement allows for full-electric starting, accelerating the car the instant the driver requests it, without having to use the petrol engine.

During normal driving, the system automatically chooses the best combination of petrol or electric power to suit the prevailing conditions, and switches between them unobtrusively. Whether that calls for zero fuel consumption driving on electric power alone, rapid acceleration with the petrol engine and electric motor working together or using the engine to both drive the wheels and recharge the battery, Dacia’s hybrid system takes care of it all. The system can even use the electric motor to help fill-in the gaps in acceleration that naturally occur when changing gears, leading to exceptionally smooth power delivery and comfortable performance for everyone.

Power for the electric motor comes from a compact 1.2kWh 230V battery tucked away under the floor. It is recharged whenever the driver lifts their foot off the accelerator, but by shifting the drive selector into ‘B’ mode, the driver can choose to recuperate more energy, recharging the battery faster and increasing the braking effect.

This recovery of energy makes for an incredibly efficient drive. In fact, the Jogger HYBRID 140 can spend up to 80% of its time on city roads in full-electric mode, which equates to 40% fuel savings compared to a pure petrol model on the urban cycle.

All Dacia Jogger models feature six airbags, including curtain and side airbags to protect the abdomen, chest and head, as well as a range of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).

  • Automatic Emergency Braking System (AEBS) is standard across the range and uses front-mounted radar to measure the distance to the vehicles in front and warn the driver should a risk of collision be detected. If the driver fails to take avoiding action, the system can amplify or apply the brakes automatically.
  • Blind Spot Warning illuminates an LED within the door mirror to warn the driver if another vehicle may be concealed from view.
  • Park Assist comprises ultrasonic rear sensors matched with a rear-view camera to provide both audible and visual assistance during parking manoeuvres.
  • Hill Start Assist prevents the vehicle from rolling backwards on a hill by holding the brakes for a period of two seconds after the driver releases their foot from the pedal.

Electronic Stability Control, automatic headlights, cruise control with speed limiter, and emergency E-call are standard across the range, with an electric parking brake, blind spot warning, and reversing camera available on selected trim levels.

Extreme models also benefit from Extended Grip as standard. This clever feature, activated via a button on the centre console, adjusts the electronic stability control (ESC) settings to maximise the available traction on loose surfaces, helping drivers venture further off the beaten track.

In line with Dacia’s brand ethos of offering customer-driven essentials all for unbeatable value, the Jogger is available in a choice of three well-equipped trim levels – Essential, Expression and Extreme.

Priced from just £18,295, the Jogger Essential includes manual air conditioning, cruise control with speed limiter, rear parking sensors, height- and reach-adjustable steering wheel, automatic headlights, electric front windows, Automatic Emergency Braking System (AEBS), and Dacia’s clever Media Control that places the smartphone at the centre of the infotainment experience.

From only £19,595, the Jogger Expression adds Dacia’s innovative modular roof rails, dark tinted rear windows, body-colour door handles, body-colour electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, automatic wipers, front fog lights, front and rear parking sensors with reversing camera, and clever 16-inch ‘Flex’ steel wheels that, although styled to replicate the appearance of alloy wheels, are more robust and affordable should they need to be replaced.

Also included is upgraded interior trim with Satin Grey door handles and a soft-feel steering wheel, keyless entry, electric parking brake, high central armrest with storage, automatic air conditioning, and Dacia’s 8-inch Media Display infotainment system with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

Topping out of the range at £20,595, the Jogger Extreme gains a unique outdoor-themed exterior design with Copper Brown door mirrors, Copper Brown highlights on the roof bars and front fog light surrounds, a gloss black shark fin antenna, topographical pattern on the snorkel and lower doors, plus 16-inch black alloy wheels with Copper Brown Dacia logo on the centre caps.

Inside, the Extreme introduces Micro Cloud upholstery with contrast stitching, an effect repeated on the dashboard, as well as heated front seats, Copper Brown highlights for the air vents and door trims, topographical pattern on the door sills and rubber floor mats, fold-down seat-mounted trays for second-row passengers, and an upgraded Media Nav system with navigation, an additional USB port, and six speakers. Also included is the clever Extended Grip feature.


Exterior Features

  • Y-shaped LED lighting signature
  • Grey door mirrors and roof bars
  • 16-inch full wheel cap

Interior Features

  • Black interior door handles
  • Split-folding rear bench seat back

Passive and Active Safety

  • Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) & Emergency Brake Assist (EBA)
  • Automatic Emergency Braking System (AEBS)
  • Electronic Stability Program (ESP) + Hill Start Assist
  • Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
  • Emergency Call (E-call)
  • 6 Airbags (front and side driver + passengers including curtain airbags)
  • Rear parking sensors  
  • ISOFIX points in both outer rear seats
  • Front seat belt pretensioners
  • Tyre Pressure Monitor
  • Remote central locking
  • Tyre inflation kit

Driving and Controls

  • 3.5-inch TFT instrument panel with on-board computer
  • Stop&Start, cruise control and speed limiter
  • Gear Shift Indicator
  • ECO mode

Visibility and Exterior Lighting

  • 3-speed front windscreen wipers
  • Front fog lights
  • Auto lighting system

Comfort and Convenience

  • Front electric windows
  • Height and depth-adjustable steering wheel
  • Height-adjustable driver’s seat with armrest
  • Height-adjustable front seatbelts
  • Automatic central locking
  • Manual air-conditioning

Communication and Connectivity

  • Media Control: DAB Radio with display on instrument panel + Steering wheel controls + Bluetooth + 2 Speakers
  • Smartphone holder on dashboard
  • USB connection for data transfer and charging


Exterior Features

  • Body-coloured door handles and door mirrors
  • Dark tinted windows
  • Modular roof bars
  • 16-inch Flex Wheels

Interior Features

  • Soft feel steering Wheel
  • Satin Grey interior door handles
  • Dashboard and door textile trim
  • Driver and passenger vanity mirror with cover

Passive and Active Safety

  • Front and rear parking sensors and reverse camera
  • Blind Spot Warning

Driving and Controls

  • 7-inch Colour Dedicated cluster (hybrid only)

Visibility and Exterior Lighting

  • Automatic Wipers
  • Heated and electronically adjustable door mirrors

Comfort and Convenience

  • Keyless entry
  • Electric parking brake
  • Driver’s one touch electric windows and rear electric windows
  • High central armrest with console storage
  • Rear 12V socket
  • Automatic air-conditioning

Communication and Connectivity

  • 8-inch Media Display with DAB Radio + Smartphone replication + Bluetooth + 4 Speakers with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

JOGGER EXTREME SPECIFICATION (in addition to Expression)

Exterior Features

  • Copper Brown door mirrors
  • Copper Brown highlights on roof bars
  • Copper Brown highlights on fog light surround
  • Topographical pattern on snorkel and lower doors
  • Gloss black shark fin antenna
  • 16-inch Gloss Black alloy wheels with Copper Brown Dacia Link logo on centre caps

Interior Features

  • MicroCloud upholstery and dashboard trim with contrast stitching
  • Copper Brown air vents and door trim highlights
  • Topographical pattern on door sills
  • Rubber floor mats with topographical pattern

Driving and Controls

  • Extended Grip

Comfort and Convenience

  • Heated front seats
  • Fold-down seat-mounted trays for second-row passengers

Communication and Connectivity

  • 8-inch Media Nav with DAB Radio + Smartphone replication + Bluetooth + 6 Speakers with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto + extra map











Essential TCe110 MY23









Expression TCe110 MY23









Expression HEV 140 MY23









EXTREME TCe 110 MY23.5





















TCe 110


Fuel type

Unleaded petrol

Unleaded petrol

Emissions standards

Euro 6D Full

Euro 6D Full

Engine capacity (cc)



Number of cylinders / valves

3 cyl / 12

4 cyl / 16

Maximum power (hp) at rpm

109 @ 5000-5250

140 @ 5600 cumulative

Maximum torque (Nm) at rpm

200 @ 2900-3500

144 @ 3400 + 205 electric

Traction battery

Lithium-ion 1.2kWh 230V




Top speed (mph)



0 – 62 mph (s)







6-speed manual

Automatic multi-mode




Standard tyre size

205/60 R16 92H

205/60 R16 92H




Front discs diameter / thickness

280 / 24

280 / 24

Rear brakes

9-inch drums

9-inch drums




CO2 WLTP (g/km)



Combined cycle WLTP (mpg)



Tank capacity (L)







Electric power steering

Turning circle, curb to curb (m)


Steering wheel turns, lock to lock


Front suspension type

Pseudo McPherson with lower wishbone, spiral spring, hydraulic dampers, anti-roll bar

Rear suspension type

Semi-rigid axle, spring suspension, hydraulic dampers, anti-roll bar




Kerb weight min/max (kg)

1,235 / 1,247

1,404 / 1,406

Gross weight (kg)



Gross train weight (kg)



Max. braked trailer weight (kg)



Max. unbraked trailer weight (kg)



Max payload (kg)

627 – 615

591 – 589




BOOT VOLUME (dm3 VDA / litres)


All rows in place (top of backrest)

160 / 212

3rd row folded down (top of backrest)

565 / 699

2nd folded down and 3rd removed

1,807 / 2,085




Overall length




Front overhang


Rear overhang


Overall width with door mirrors folded/with door mirrors extended

1,848 / 2,007

Front track


Rear track


Unladen height with roof bars exc. antenna


Ground clearance unladen


Front knee room


Rear passenger knee room – 2nd row


Rear passenger knee room – 3rd row


Front / rear 2nd row / rear 3rd row elbow room

1,410 / 1,410 / 1,243

Front / rear 2nd row / rear 3rd row shoulder room

1,395 / 1,372 / 1,242

Front head height


Rear head height – 2nd row


Rear head height – 3rd row


Loading length (3rd row removed / 2nd row folded, 3rd removed / max)

1,100 / 1,500 / 2,000

Inner width between wheel arch



The Dacia Jogger is built at the company’s Mioveni plant in Romania. The plant, covering an area of 288 hectares and employing more than 10,000 people, has been operating since 1968, coming under Renault Group ownership in 1999. A benchmark for vehicle manufacturing, the plant exports 86% of its production to countries around the world.

Many vehicles in the Dacia range are produced here, including the Duster which has recently celebrated the production of its 2,000,000th unit.

As well as completed vehicles, the plant produces engines, transmissions and various mechanical and chassis components for use in the company’s products.

Like all new Dacia cars, the Jogger is covered by a three-year, 60,000-mile warranty, whichever comes first. It can be extended via one of Dacia’s Extended Warranties, offering up to six years and 100,000 miles of cover.

In addition, the HYBRID 140’s battery comes with the peace-of-mind of an 8-year/100,000-mile warranty.

Dacia offers customers a range of simple Servicing Plans to stay on top of maintenance schedules. The entry service plan covers the vehicle for three years and 30,000 miles, with up to four years and 60,000 miles of servicing available.

1999      Dacia acquired by Renault Group
2004      Dacia first introduced to Europe with the Logan
2008      The first Sandero arrives in Europe
2009      Dacia range expands further, with the first ever Sandero Stepway concept
2012      Second-generation Sandero and Logan models debut with a full range of body types
2013      In January, Dacia launches in the UK
2016      The 100,000th Dacia model is sold in the UK
2016      The Sandero and Sandero Stepway range receives a comprehensive facelift with updated exterior design and a higher quality interior with new features and new engine options.
2017      Updated Sandero and Sandero Stepway go on sale in the UK
2018      The Sandero is made available via 150 million new dealerships across the UK thanks to Dacia Buy Online, with the full range also available
2020      The third generation Sandero and Sandero Stepway are revealed
2020      Sandero is Europe’s best-selling retail car for the third year in a row
2021      Dacia Bigster Concept revealed previewing Dacia’s vision for the future
2021      In just eight years, the 200,000th Dacia is sold in the UK
2021      New Dacia Jogger is revealed
2023      Launch of Jogger HYBRID 140, Dacia’s first hybrid

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