The no-nonsense Dacia Logan is now in its third generation, and once again, parent company Renault is slapping its own badge on the back-to-basics sedan to sell it in markets where the equivalent Dacia is not available. Revealed this week in Turkey, the new model gets a fresh name – Taliant – replacing Symbol the company has been using since 1999 when it debuted as a second-generation Clio sedan.
Not to be confused with Thalia (the name used in some markets for the Symbol) or the bigger and fancier Talisman, the new Renault Taliant is essentially a rebadged Logan.
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