Demonstrating that the Sandero is not just about an extremely affordable price are the numerous recent awards it’s picked up – notably for the Ambiance TCe 90 version, What Car?’s ‘Best Small Car up to £12,000’ for the last six years.
Standard specification on the entry-level Access trim includes ABS, ESC, Hill start assist, front airbags, ISOFIX and Emergency Brake Assist (EBA), LED daytime running lights and 15-inch ‘Tarkine’ wheels.
Moving to the next trim level up – Ambiance – brings with it air conditioning (the most affordable car on sale in the UK with this feature as standard), DAB radio and front electric windows, for only £800 more.With such an affordable price and a strong residual value, the Dacia Sandero Access SCe 75 is an extremely attractive purchase via the Dacia Dimensions PCP offer. With just a £1,367 deposit, customers pay just £89 a month – including a £250 deposit contribution from Dacia.
*The cap hpi PPM list rates cars on a combination of purchase price and day-to-day motoring expenses such as insurance, road tax, servicing, fuel cost and even depreciation over a typical three year or 30,000 miles ownership period. The Dacia Sandero 1.0 SCe Access took joint first place with the Dacia Duster 1.6 SCe 115 Ai, both with a running cost of just 20.63p per mile. In third place was the Dacia Logan MCV 1.2 Access with a cost per mile of just 24.03p.