The car was the champ of the German Abwrackprämien-mania of 2009: Retire your clunker, collect €2000, and for just €5000 of pocket-change, you get a real car with a real trunk and 4 doors: The Dacia Logan. The car, built in Renault’s Romanian subsidiary sold more than 150,000 units ion Germany since its introduction. It drove car executives bonkers, and engineers to their workstations to design low-cost cars. Now, it’s being pulled off the market. The reason?
No buyers, says Das Autohaus. With the end of the German cash-for-clunkers program, demand for the low-cost car evaporated. Renault-Dacia is no longer selling the Logan in Germany. Instead, they will focus on the Sandero hatchback and the Duster SUV.