New exterior and interior design, new equipment including safety features, a new platform, new engines including petrol/LPG bi-fuel, new automatic and manual gearboxes... The All-New Dacia Sandero and Sandero Stepway redefine the essential and contemporary car. Discover their secrets with these three expert interviews.
Michel Bensoussan, Programme Director within Groupe Renault's Engineering Department, was involved in the technical design of the All-New Sandero and Sandero Stepway. For him, modernity at Dacia means offering what is essential for the customer. The brand has achieved excellence in meeting its customers' needs with equipment at the best price. The electric glass sunroof, now available as an option, is a prime example. Regardless of the level of finish, the Sandero customers will enjoy greater interior space and comfort without sacrificing the fundamentals of simplicity, safety and reliability.
All-New Dacia Sandero, interview of an expert : Michel Bensoussan, Programme Director within Groupe Renault's Engineering Department
Mihai Bordeanu, Dacia’s Marketing Director, considers Dacia to be a champion of affordable mobility. The New Sandero is the quintessence of the brand's DNA. It offers contemporary design, modern equipment including wireless smartphone replication, superior quality and habitability worthy of the upper segment for an unbeatable price.
All-New Dacia Sandero, interview of an expert : Mihai Bordeanu, Dacia’s Marketing Director
Jean-Philippe Salar, Director of the Bucharest Design Centre and David Durand, Dacia’s Design Director, were involved in the design of the Al-New Sandero and the Sandero Stepway. For them, Sandero is contemporary thanks to a Y-shaped LED light signature, pronounced shoulders, flush wheels highlighted by pronounced arches and a flowing roof line. The stylistic differentiation between Sandero and Sandero Stepway has been accentuated. On board, the interior design has been improved to maximize habitability and comfort while enhancing quality.
All-New Dacia Sandero, interview of experts : Jean-Philippe Salar, Director of the Bucharest Design Centre and David Durand, Dacia’s Design Director
The Dacia brand is part of the Groupe Renault. Dacia is present in 44 countries, mainly based in Europe and the Mediterranean perimeter. Created in Romania in 1968, the brand was bought and relaunched by the Groupe Renault with the arrival of Dacia Logan in 2004. Dacia proposes the best value for money cars within the market. Thanks to its star models – Logan, Sandero & Duster – the brand has become a success story. In 2019, Dacia reached a new annual sales record with 737 000 vehicles sold and almost 7 million customers.