starting RRP €15,540 *
starting RRP €16,440 *
starting RRP €18,240 *
|TCe 90 Auto|
starting RRP €20,440 *
*Price does not include the cost of optional paint or dealer delivery charges
A winning combination! Control your consumption and reduce your maintenance budget with our engines designed to support your daily routine.
Sandero is now available with the Dacia petrol and Bi-Fuel engine. Integrated natively, the safe and efficient Bi-Fuel engine offers a cleaner, more eco-friendly alternative. With this solution, you can keep your fuel costs down while also reducing your CO2 emissions. And that's not all! Easy-to-use, it features two fuel tanks – one petrol and one LPG – and extends the driving range of your Sandero significantly. With its turbo and 100 hp, your Bi-Fuel engine combines savings with pleasure.
Are you wondering which engine best suits you?
Find the answer using our fuel consumption simulator.
Available with a manual gearbox, this latest generation 3-cylinder 90 hp turbo engine is more environmentally friendly and offers incredible responsiveness and driveability. With its timing belt, you can save even more and reduce your daily maintenance budget. So clever!
Enjoy a smooth and pleasant driving experience! Equipped with our new-generation CVT 2-pedal automatic gearbox, this 3-cylinder 90 hp turbo engine ensures a smooth start, flexible accelerations and gear changes with no “springy” effect. Relax!
Available with a manual gearbox, this modern 3-cylinder 65 hp engine is designed to optimise your trips about town onboard Sandero. Its timing belt also helps you limit maintenance costs. It proves itself to be a constant ally for your daily needs.
Ready to hit the road with All-New Dacia Sandero?
^WLTP figures shown are for comparability purposes; only compare figures with vehicles tested to the same technical procedures. Actual real-world driving results may vary depending on various factors such as weather conditions, driving styles, vehicle load or any accessories fitted after registration. WLTP is a new test used for fuel consumption and CO2 figures however until April 2020 the CO2 figures are based on the outgoing (NEDC) test cycle which will be used to calculate vehicle tax on first registration.