The adventurous Sandero Stepway has been completely reinvented, with a mature new exterior design and an all-new interior featuring more equipment than ever while retaining the Dacia ethos of offering simple, no frills, quality motoring with everything a driver could need at an affordable price.
The All-New Stepway is immediately recognisable at the front with its unique ribbed and domed bonnet, the chrome Stepway logo under the front grille and the curved fenders above the fog lights. The front and rear bumpers include a metal skid plate designed to give protection from everyday scratches.
The All-New Stepway offers 174 mm ground clearance (an increase of 41 mm compared with the Sandero) roof bars featuring the logo, wheelarch cladding and specifically textured reinforced door bottoms for a more crossover-like design.
Standard versions are fitted with 16-inch Flexwheels, while exclusive 16-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels are available on the newly introduced Prestige version. .
The All-New Stepway’s modular roof bars look like regular roof bars but are adjustable. Using a key located in the glove compartment, they can be easily dismantled in just a few seconds and turned into a roof rack with a load capacity of up to 80kg.
All versions of the All-New Sandero Stepway feature bright LED lights as standard, delivering enhanced night-time visibility by up to 37% in beam length and 9% in beam width. At the rear, Dacia’s distinctive light signature has evolved and ensures the Sandero stands out.
The full engine line-up includes:
A new CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) automatic debuts on the All-New Sandero Range, delivering smoother gear changes and a more responsive driving experience.
Available in combination with the TCe 90 engine, fuel consumption has decreased thanks to a lighter gearbox and better engine management, while CO2 emissions are reduced compared with the previous automatic model (4% for All-New Stepway).
Dacia is the only carmaker to offer LPG Bi-Fuel across its entire range of passenger cars, combining driveability and comfort with lower CO2 emissions and increased range.
Running on LPG, the All-New Sandero Stepway Bi-Fuel emits on average 11% less CO2 emissions than an equivalent petrol engine. It is also capable of travelling more than 800 miles with the two tanks combined: 50 litres for the petrol tank and 40 litres for the LPG tank – an increase over the outgoing car.
Inside, the redesigned dashboard features a fabric-wrapped insert alongside new air vent designs for a more premium design.
For the All-New Stepway, interior upholstery is customised with the Stepway logo, while the door panels and dashboard get exclusive orange fabric inserts and edging.
Newly designed front seats provide greater comfort and support with height adjustable headrests and new, more premium upholstery.
Standard features across the range include a smartphone holder (removable depending on the version), an on-board computer screen and a steering wheel featuring speed limiter. Automatic headlight activation is available from Essential models and up.
The All-New Sandero Stepway offers two different multimedia systems: Media Control and Media Nav.
With Media Control, smartphones can be placed on a clever removable smartphone support in front of the driver to become a remote multimedia system via the new free Dacia Media Control app and a Bluetooth or USB connection.
With Media Nav, the console features a large 8.0-inch touchscreen positioned at the top of the dashboard with four speakers throughout the vehicle. The screen is slightly angled towards the driver for greater visibility and ergonomics. The design is sleek, and the intuitive, easy-to-use interface is compatible with Bluetooth and Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
With the fundamentals with this model available with the TCe 90 or TCe 100 Bi-fuel engine.
As well as the core model features, you get air conditioning, AM/FM and DAB radio and Bluetooth™ connectivity.
Additional specification includes;
Additional specification includes;
The Dacia Sandero Stepway is available with a Bi-Fuel TCe 100 4x2 engine which runs on petrol and LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas). A combination of propane and butane, LPG is added to an existing petrol engine by integrating an injection system. It needs its own dedicated tank (without reducing the boot volume) that is pressure-resistant and specially built to store the liquid, and a slight modification to the engine’s fuel lines.
It’s simple! The switchover from petrol to LPG, and vice versa, can be done either manually or automatically (when the LPG tank is empty). A dedicated gauge helps you monitor the LPG tank level and displays the remaining driving range. And there’s icing on the cake... Filling the tank is both quick and easy.