New Dacia Sandero Stepway Quotes


The suspension on the Stepway model does a brilliant job of ignoring road bumps, making for a smooth journey and the 1.5-litre dCi engine is eager and it grips well on corners. The standard 5-speed gearbox is precise and the all-season tyres give extra grip in slippery conditions. All of the models across the Stepway range are capable of a top speed of 104mph with the most impressive 0-60mph run coming from the 0.9-litre TCe Ambience 5d stacking at a surprising 10.7 seconds. Comparatively the rival Fiat Panda Trekking will run 0-60mph in 11.3 seconds, booking a test drive at will show the Stepway’s superior handling and performance.

Running Costs

The Stepway will be easy on running costs and in particular the cheapest to run is the 1.5-litre dCi 5d which will return an impressive 70mpg and has 105g/km of Co2 emissions. To compare, despite the Fiat Panda throwing out the same amount Co2 emissions it is also less fuel efficient as it will only return 61.4mpg. Although one of the most expensive models in the Dacia range, the Stepway still starts at impressive value for money at £7,995 which is particularly impressive when considered against the starting price of £12,495 for the Fiat Panda.


There are three trim levels available across the range, Access, Ambiance and Laureate and standard kit for the Ambiance spec is comprehensive despite its affordable price. It will include heated rear windscreen, a 12v scoket, CD radio, aux connection, Bluetooth, USB port and electric windows. It has keen safety features with, emergency braking assistance, stability control and a three-year 60,000 mile warranty. The flagship Laureate trim will have added extras of cruise control, sat-nav with 7-inch touchscreen, rear parking sensors and air con but a comprehensive list of features across all trim levels can be found in our brochure.