Dacia Sandero in Bristol
The new Dacia Sandero offers big car features for a small car price. Take a test drive, and you will discover a car that balances performance, efficiency and space perfectly, to deliver a compelling new car opportunity for families. You have a choice of well-equipped trim levels to suit your lifestyle: Lauréate is the ideal choice for those who want cutting-edge tech, with its MediaNav fully-integrated touchscreen multimedia system. Ambiance models get air conditioning, Bluetooth and DAB as standard, while Access models offer incredible value for money. The Sandero is affordable to run too, returning up to 80.7mpg combined.
The Dacia Sandero is a modern, spacious hatchback. Inspired by the city, the Sandero’s compact design blends in anywhere. Alloy wheels are fitted as standard on Ambiance models, and LED daytime running lights are fitted as standard across the range.
The Dacia Sandero is powered by your choice of SCe, TCe and dCi engines, with the dCi 90 diesel engine returning up to 80.7mpg combined. Economical and punchy, all the engines in the Sandero range blend performance and refinement perfectly.
The Sandero is an excellent family car. The five-door layout makes access to the rear easy, and ISOFIX mounting points are located on both the rear seats. The boot is big too, with 320-litres of load volume expanding to 1,200-litres.
Living with it
The new Dacia Sandero is an easy car to live with all year round. Its low running costs and spacious interior guarantee everyday usability, and the well-equipped trim levels come with everything you need for an enjoyable and fulfilling ownership experience.
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Its ace up the sleeve is its competitive price – designed to turn heads of those looking for a supermini that won't break the bank Parkers
The Dacia Sandero is one of the UK’s cheapest new cars, with supermini space for less than most city cars Auto Express
The Dacia Sandero offers lots of space for a small price. Effectively, it's a new car for the cost of a second-hand one The Telegraph