Dacia Sandero in Downpatrick
Roomy and refined, the new Dacia Sandero boasts plenty of space for the family. This 5-door hatchback is practical and convenient, with low running costs of up to 80.7mpg combined and outstanding interior space. The Sandero is a no-nonsense, affordable car that can be relied upon to deliver a smooth and dependable ride on any terrain thanks to its soft, compliant suspension. Storing luggage is simple, thanks to the huge luggage capacity of 320-litres with the rear seats up, or 1,200-litres with the seats folded down. Comfortable, affordable and refined, the Sandero offers families everything they need, and much more.
Sleek lines and a confident stance give the new Dacia Sandero an elegant, refined appearance. That eye-catching exterior design translates through to the cabin too, where a simple, ergonomic layout puts everything right at your fingertips for ease of use.
Choose from powerful petrol or diesel engines to customise your Dacia driving experience, with all engines offering plenty of punch. The Sandero makes light work of bumpy roads and pot holes, and offers light, responsive handling despite its spacious size.
The Dacia Sandero offers plenty of headroom and legroom, as well as one of the largest boots in its class at 320-litres. And the cabin is fitted with a range of cubbies, large door pockets, and cup holders for convenience.
Living with it
Exceptional value for money with space to spare, the new Dacia Sandero gives you plenty of car for your money. It’s affordable to run too, with the 1.5 dCi engine returning up to 80.7mpg combined with super low CO2 emissions.
Dacia Sandero Interior
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