Dacia Sandero: Rock the Road

The Dacia Sandero is fashioned by French manufacturer Renault and its Romanian secondary Dacia, jointly. Since 2007, this supermini car is rolling the market high. This car is known as the Renault Sandero in South America, Russia and South Africa. Based on the Logan Stage, this car was introduced in 2007.

The Paris Motor Show in 2012 offered the second generation of Sandero, by Dacia. The Stepway alternative was also presented.

The New series

The crossover model and the hatchback version were smokescreen in June, July and September only to pave way to the CGI imitation of the new series, as released by car journals Auto Bild and ZaRulem. Dacia released the official pictures of the new Sandero, that showed an exterior that was identical to the new Logan, and a control panel enthused from Lodgy. This was 17 September 2012.

The innovative version of Sandero and the Stepway variant were available in Romania from October 2012. In 2013, at UK, the Sandero and its stepway class combined with Duster in dealership. This was the most reasonably priced car on the market.

The British Award

The second generation Sandero was awarded the Best supermini less than ?12,000”, by popular British car journal What Car?, in January 2013. The tag used along was that “it offers something genuinely new and different in that it brings real space for bargain prices".

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