The Sandero took fourth place, giving Dacia two models in the EU’s top 5 best sellers – quite an achievement given the brand’s somewhat limited range.
The third-generation Dacia Sandero is expected to launch in 2020 underpinned by Renault-Nissan’s CMF-B platform.
South America’s facelifted Renault Logan, Sandero and Stepway also bring updated interiors and more safety features.
The 2020 Renault Sandero, aimed at Brazil and other Latin American markets, looks facelifted and not all-new.
This Renault Sandero Stepway could be just perfect for the year 2025.
The Techroad editions start at £11,660, £13,160 and £16,360 for the Sandero Stepway, Logan MCV Stepway and Duster respectively.
The Ultimate series will also be known as Techroad in some countries and will be available this month.
The 95 PS 1.5-liter dCi is available in both Essential and Comfort grades.
Dacia has also updated the trim lineup for the Sandero Stepway, with UK pricing starting from £8,995.
A young designer’s creation won Dacia’s ‘Very Limited Edition’ contest and will be built in 400 examples.
You can only get a Sandero RS in Latin America, and these renderings make us want one even more
Dacia says the MediaNav infotainment system will come with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support.