The Dacia Sandero has a completely new reinvented design offering increased style, equipment and versatility whilst retaining the fundamentals of simplicity and reliability.
With its shoulders and marked wheel arches, the All-New Sandero exudes a strong personality and an impression of robustness. However, the overall design is more streamline, thanks to a more sloping windshield, a lower roofline, a flowing roofline and a radio antenna placed at the end of the roof. Despite unchanged ground clearance, the All-New Sandero feels lower and more grounded, thanks in part to wider tracks and flush-mounted wheels.
Newly designed front seats provide greater comfort and
support with height adjustable headrests and new, more premium upholstery. A
wider range of adjustment in the front seat and steering wheel boosts comfort
for the driver. The gear lever is now shorter, while the power steering offers
greater driving comfort – especially in tighter manoeuvres or in car parks.
The All-New Sandero features three rear seats which can accommodate three adults, while a 1/3-2/3 split-fold rear bench seat (depending on the version) brings further practicality. Rear seat accommodation is especially spacious. Elsewhere, the cabin offers up to 21 litres of storage with cubby holes and pockets featured beneath the central armrest, in the front and rear doors and in the back of the front seats.
The boot of the Sandero has a generous 328-litre capacity and features a flat floor with adjustable height floor with two positions.
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 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
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.
The full engine line-up includes:
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 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.
A new CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) automatic debuts on the All-New Sandero and Stepway, 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 (11% reduction for the All-New Sandero).
Stop&Start is standard on all engines, which automatically turns the engine off when the car comes to a standstill, such as in traffic, restarts almost instantly.
Additional specification includes;