Dacia Of The Week | New Dacia Sandero
This week – The Stylish, Spacious Dacia Sandero
For our third week’s dose of Dacia, we’re focusing on the Sandero, an attractive and surprisingly spacious hatchback that won’t break the bank. At Dacia Retail, we believe it to be the most practical model in its price range and most importantly, it’s got that likeability factor.
Back in 2013 when Sandero launched in the UK, it took home the What Car? Best Small Car under £12,000 award – and guess what? It has won it every single year since. With ample space for five adults and a 320-litre boot, it’s an impressive car – and it looks great in all available colours, especially striking Cosmos Blue or Cinder Red.
Award Winning & Outstanding Value
If costs are key for you when it comes to vehicle ownership, the new Dacia Sandero may be your ideal match. As the most affordable Dacia in the range, the spacious Sandero has a lot going for it. And in true Dacia fashion, if you want all of the fancy frills then they’re available to you, but if you don’t want them, you don’t have to pay for them! It’s as simple as that. The entry-level Sandero gives you everything you need and you can build up from that, adding the extras that will enhance your driving experience.
Pick from three trim levels and three engines, the most economical of which is able to achieve 80.7mpg and 90g/km CO2 emissions – that means savings for you and the environment. As standard, benefit from tinted windows, LED daytime running lights, emergency brake assist and hill start assist. Advanced technology is available too, including rear parking sensors and the marque’s MediaNav Evolution infotainment system.
Optional extras galore
Opt for top-of-the-range Laureate trim and benefit from a plethora of advancements. How does a seven-function on-board computer, cruise control and speed limiter sound? Or how about rear parking sensors? And even Dacia’s MediaNav Evolution seven-inch touchscreen multimedia system, comprising satellite navigation, traffic information and smartphone voice recognition? You can even opt for leather upholstery if you’d like to indulge a little.
Top-spec trim is evident from the outside too, with body-coloured door handles, wing mirrors and bumper – and the optional 15- or 16-inch alloy wheels make it even more eye-catching, too.
This compact city car is ideal for urban environments, so would suit a city break to Liverpool or London, yet its impressive economy makes it just as suitable for longer journeys. Is the stylish Sandero your Dacia match?