Unless you go for one of the more expensive trims, the Logan MCV is a pretty uncomfortable place to be for the driver. There’s no height adjustment on the steering wheel until you get to Laureate trim, and no height adjustment on the driver’s seat until this point either. There’s also no lumbar adjustment, even as an option, but at least the standard manual base and backrest adjustment is generous.
The driver’s seat itself isn’t particularly supportive, feeling quiet flat at the base and letting you roll around too much in tight bends. The pedals line up with the seat nicely, though, and the climate controls are simple to reach and operate, if not particularly substantial. The plastics used to form the Logan’s dash are structurally impressive, but they looked low-rent on the Clio they’re borrowed from, so these days they appear decidedly cheap.
Infotainment on the Logan MCV is pretty few and far between. The Access model has the wiring ready for a radio, but no actual radio included. Ambiance gets a basic radio with Bluetooth functionality, as does Laureate, but the latter gives you the option to choose a 7.0in touchscreen system. It’s a simple system that incorporate sat-nav, Bluetooth phone connection and radio.