Is the Dacia Jogger Hybrid good value for money at £22,595?
It’s the cheapest hybrid seven-seater on the market, but the standard Jogger starts at just £17,145
Dacia has announced UK pricing for its new Jogger Hybrid 140, and it’s left us with a question that we’d like to throw over to you.
So, here goes. Would you consider the Jogger Hybrid to be good value at £22,595? Not the most exciting question on these pages, we’ll grant you that, but it is particularly pertinent right now.
New car prices are rocketing and electrification (no matter how mild) is contributing to that. So, when the base-spec petrol-powered Jogger starts at £17,145 it’s a little bit of a shock to see a second powertrain costing £5,000 more.
That £22,595 figure is for the Jogger’s mid-range Expression trim though, and the Hybrid only comes with that or the top-spec Extreme SE trim. Like-for-like the Jogger Hybrid is £4,150 more expensive than its equivalent ICE-only powertrain.
Then again, it is still the cheapest seven-seat hybrid car on the market and uses a proven Clio E-Tech hybrid powertrain, so it hardly strays too far from Dacia’s roots. Plus, on a finance deal we’re told that the Jogger Hybrid will be available from £267 per month with a £2,812 deposit. So, that’s all the info. Answers in the comments section below please, folks.
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