/Dacia Sandero Stepway Priced From £7,995 In UK

Dacia Sandero Stepway Priced From £7,995 In UK

Dacia Sandero Stepway Price 1 at Dacia Sandero Stepway Priced From £7,995 In UK

Dacia announced official pricing of the new Sandero Stepway in the British market, and it starts from just £7,995. The Stepway is a good looking car and at that price it is really tempting. but you may want to think twice about buying a Dacia in general, because they have to make compromises to make such cheap cars.

Basically a jacked up hatchback on steroid, the Stepway has a cool offroady look with buffed up fenders and chunky wheels, as well as front and rear scuffplates, and roof bars to make it look like a mini SUV. It is 40mm higher than the standard Sandero, which makes it a bit more versatile in dealing with rough ground. Don’t expect it to conquer the Kalahari Desert though.

The car comes with two trim levels, Ambiance and Lauréate, and two engines: TCe 90 and 1.5 dCi 90. Standard kit on the Ambiance model include Bluetooth, metallic paint and a radio/CD system with fingertip controls. It does have stability control and a couple of air bags, but as NCAP showed us you can’t really count on them to save your life in case of a severe accident.

The Lauréate trim adds air conditioning, a chrome front grille, full electric windows and electric heated door mirrors, plus MediaNav seven-inch touchscreen multimedia system with satellite navigation, AUX and USB inputs and four speakers. Optional extras include leather upholstery, five- and seven-year extended warranties and a comprehensive lifestyle-based accessory pack.

Dacia Sandero Stepway Price 2 at Dacia Sandero Stepway Priced From £7,995 In UK

Trim level Engine CO2
MPG
On-the-road price
Ambiance 0.9 TCe 90 125 52.3 £7,995
1.5 dCi 90 105 70.6 £8.995
Lauréate 0.9 TCe 90 125 52.3 £9,795
1.5 dCi 90 105 70.6 £10,795
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