The Logan’s strongest suit. Despite being essentially an elongated version of the Dacia’s small car Sandero, the Logan MCV offers plenty of head- and legroom in the front of its cabin for tall adults.
Similarly, the rear seats offer good space for two more adults, although taller people might find their knees resting against the front seatbacks if those in the front are particularly long-legged. Three adults across the rear bench is a squeeze, but three smaller children will be happy on a long journey.
The Logan MCV beats all its rivals for boot capacity; in fact, its boot is as big as those in several cars from the class above. The boot floor isn’t quite flat when the rear seats are folded down, but the low boot opening makes loading easy. It’s just a pity that the only way to open the tailgate is by twisting the key in the lock.