Dacia Sandero, Stepway and Logan facelift: prices and specs revealed

Dacia Sandero, Stepway and Logan facelift: prices and specs revealed

0 comments 📅09 December 2016, 06:15

Three facelifted Dacia models aim to suggest the usual Dacia value-for-money as prices are announced

Dacia introduced a triple of facelifted models at the 2016 Paris Motor Betray, and now we’ve got the full details and prices for the new sweep. Updated versions of the Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan MCV class are on the way, and come with a new 1.0-litre appliance.

The Renault-sourced unit is tuned to manu 74bhp and is claimed to improve fuel efficiency by 10 per cent. It replaces the sociable 1.2 petrol. In the Sandero, it manages CO2 emissions of 117g/km and succinctness of 54.3mpg, while going from 0-62mph in 14.2 seconds. It’s not nearby in the Stepway, though.

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Prices haven’t changed much without considering the range of updates, as the entry-level Sandero stillness starts from £5,995, with the Logan MCV starting at £6,995 and the Stepway at £8,795.

In the Sandero, the Ambiance trim (adding essentials such as a announce and air-conditioning) starts from £6,995, with the file extending up to the top-spec Laureate at £10,395. Add £1,000 to each for the Logan MCV or Stepway versions.

All three models emoluments from a similar raft of updates to the 2016 Duster, including a revised headlight invent with LED running lights on top models. The fa grille, bumper and lower air vents are also redesigned on all three cars to get them in line with the SUV, while the tokus lights have also been tweaked.

All three models clear interior updates, with new materials and features, plus improved ergonomics and storage areas. A satin-drift chrome finish for the air vent surrounds and focus console facia gives a more upmarket air while there’s a new four-spoke steering wheel.

Upgrades unique to the Sandero Stepway comprise chrome plated door handles and special upholstery.

The models also benefit from additional accoutrements, with a reversing camera and Hill Start Relieve now available, plus a 12V socket at the rear to permit passengers to charge their smartphones. DAB wireless is standard on all but Access models now, and top-spec cars get a new 7-inch touchscreen.

Other engines at are the existing 0.9-litre turbo petrol and the 1.5-litre diesel, both with 89bhp. The diesel is the most tight-fisted, returning 80.7mpg and emitting 90g/km of CO2.

What do you assume of the updates to the Dacia range? Let us know in the comments beneath…


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