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  1. Renault is bringing the Lodgy to India,based on the Logan platform is a seven-seat MPV the front-end, grille, headlamps and tail lamps will be worked upon to make it look like a Renault branded vehicle. Engine options for the Lodgy will be the 1.5-litre dCi and will most likely be offered in the 90 bhp though a 110 bhp version could also be offered The Lodgy also comes with a 1.6-litre petrol engine that produces 84 bhp. Both engines come with 5-speed manual transmissions, with the 110 bhp diesel available with a 6-speed manual, like the Duster. At 4.5 metres in length, the Lodgy is longer than the Ertiga at 4.26 metres and just a bit shorter than the 4.52 metre long Mahindra Xylo. Designed to seat seven with three front facing rows, the Lodgy has two-tone interiors and a whole bunch of bits that are borrowed from Duster. Space should be good and the overall quality of materials should be more in line with that of the Duster – well-built and decently finished.