£110.35 /mo

Inc VAT & options

Initial rental of £993.17

DACIA Car Leasing Deals
DACIA SANDERO HATCHBACK
Special Offer
£110.35
Inc VAT per month
£993.17 initial rental
£238.80 admin fee
Customise your lease deal

Maintenance, GAP insurance, and other products can be added to your order later. You can still make changes to your order once placed.


Paint, trim & optional extras
  • Colour:
  • Trim: RS
  • Optional extras: None
  • Cost of options:
Order summary
  • Lease type: Personal Contract Hire
  • Initial Rental: £993.17 (Inc VAT)
  • Contract Length: 48 Months
  • Monthly Payments: £91.9600 inc. options (Inc VAT)
  • Annual mileage: 5000

    Excess mileage costs apply

    This is your expected annual mileage and effects the lease price. Be as accurate as possible, as there are excess mileage charges should you exceed it, which will be confirmed prior to finalising your order. 

  • Maintenance: No
  • Processing Fee: £238.80 (Inc VAT)
  • Road Fund Licence: Included
  • Standard Delivery: Free
  • Estimated Delivery Date: 23 / 10 / 2021
  • OTR Price
    OTR Price

    £7,165.00

  • Transmission
    Transmission

    Manual

  • Fuel Type
    Fuel Type

    Petrol

  • Fuel Economy
    Fuel Economy

    53.3mpg

  • Emissions
    Emissions

    0g/km

  • 0 - 62
    0 - 62

    16.7secs

    • Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 6
    • WLTP - CO2 (g/km) - Comb120
    • CamshaftDOHC
    • Catalytic ConvertorTrue
    • CC999
    • Cylinder LayoutIN-LINE
    • Cylinders3
    • Cylinders - Bore (mm)71
    • Cylinders - Stroke (mm)84.1
    • Engine CodeB4D 419
    • Engine LayoutFRONT TRANSVERSE
    • Fuel DeliveryMULTI POINT FUEL INJECTION
    • Gears5 SPEED
    • Number of Valves12
    • TransmissionMANUAL
    • EC Directive 1999/100/EC AppliesFalse
    • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Comb5.3
    • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Extra High6
    • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - High4.6
    • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Low6
    • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Low - Max6.1
    • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Low - Min6
    • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Medium4.7
    • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Medium - Max4.8
    • WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Medium - Min4.7
    • WLTP - MPG - Comb53.3
    • WLTP - MPG - Extra High47.1
    • WLTP - MPG - High61.4
    • WLTP - MPG - Low47.1
    • WLTP - MPG - Low - Max46.3
    • WLTP - MPG - Low - Min47.1
    • WLTP - MPG - Medium60.1
    • WLTP - MPG - Medium - Max58.9
    • WLTP - MPG - Medium - Min60.1
    • Alternative Fuel QualifyingFalse
    • Badge Engine CC1.0
    • Badge Power65
    • Coin DescriptionSCe
    • Coin SeriesAccess
    • Generation Mark3
    • Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 078E
    • NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %70
    • NCAP Child Occupant Protection %72
    • NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 092
    • NCAP Pedestrian Protection %41
    • NCAP Safety Assist %42
    • Safety Concerns?False
    • Special EditionFalse
    • Special OrderFalse
    • Vehicle Homologation ClassM1
    • 0 to 60 mph (secs)False
    • 0 to 62 mph (secs)16.7
    • Engine Power - BHP67
    • Engine Power - KW49
    • Engine Power - PSTrue
    • Engine Power - RPM6,300
    • Engine Torque - LBS.FT70
    • Engine Torque - MKG9.7
    • Engine Torque - NM95
    • Engine Torque - RPM3600
    • Top Speed98
    • Emissions Test CycleWLTP
    • RDE Certification LevelRDE 2
    • Alloys?False
    • Space Saver?False
    • Tyre Size Front185/65 R15
    • Tyre Size Rear185/65 R15
    • Tyre Size SpareTYRE REPAIR KIT
    • Wheel StyleN
    • Wheel Type15" STEEL
    • Height1,499
    • Length4,088
    • Wheelbase2,604
    • Width1848
    • Width (including mirrors)2,007
    • Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)50
    • Gross Vehicle Weight1,477
    • Luggage Capacity (Seats Down)1108
    • Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)328
    • Max. Loading Weight463
    • Max. Towing Weight - Braked980
    • Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked540
    • Minimum Kerbweight1,014
    • No. of Seats5
    • Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb10.5
    • 3 speed windscreen wipers
    • Front electric windows
    • Heated rear window
    • Rear manual windows
    • Rear wash/wipe
    • Tinted windows
    • ABS and Emergency brake assist
    • Automatic emergency braking system
    • ESC (Electronic Stability Control)
    • ESP (Electronic Stability Program) + Hill Start Assist
    • Electric power assisted steering
    • Speed limiter
    • Stop/start system
    • eCall emergency call system
    • LCD instrument panel
    • Rev counter
    • Black door mirrors
    • Manually adjustable door mirrors
    • Pre-wiring for radio and speakers
    • USB socket
    • Black bumpers
    • Black door handles
    • Black radiator grille
    • Solid paint
    • Auto lighting
    • High level third brake light
    • LED automatic daytime running lights
    • LED lighting signature
    • 4 speed heating and ventilation with air recirculation
    • 12 volt front socket
    • Black air vents
    • Black interior door handles
    • Fabric upholstery
    • Fixed smartphone holder on dashboard
    • Gear shift indicator
    • Height/depth adjustable steering wheel
    • 3x3 point rear seatbelts
    • Child locks on rear doors
    • Door open warning
    • Driver airbag
    • Front curtain airbags
    • Front seatbelt pretensioners
    • Front side airbags
    • Height adjustable front seatbelts
    • Passenger airbag
    • Seatbelt reminder for driver and front passenger
    • Tyre pressure monitor
    • 3 height adjustable rear headrests
    • 50/50 split folding rear seat
    • Height adjustable front headrests
    • Isofix points for child seats in both outer rear seats
    • Immobiliser
    • Remote central locking
    • 15" Steel wheels with medium wheel cap
The improved Dacia Sandero is a little more polished but it remains a very affordable is here. It's cheap, it's very cheerful and it could very well completely change the way you think about budgeting for a new compact family car. Jonathan Crouch reports.

Ten Second Review
The Dacia Sandero might be the cheapest car on sale in the UK but that doesn't mean it's not without merit. In fact the Sandero is big, solidly built and features some decent engines, especially in this improved guise. The entry-level car will be too spartan for many but even the range-topper looks good value. If you're just about to buy a mainstream brand citycar, supermini or family hatch, you need to stop right here and read on..

Background
Sometimes, I think I must have been born in the wrong era. Is it just me - or does everything these days seem to cost rather more than it should? Take the purchase of a compact family car, the kind most people want, with room for up to five, a modern engine and a decent-sized 300-litre boot. Today, the mainstream makers have decreed that you'll pay from £14,000 to £15,000 for such a thing. But one brand disagrees. Dacia. For much less than half those kinds of asking figures, this Renault-owned Romanian marque can bring you this car, the Sandero. Let's check out this revised version.

Driving Experience
The range kicks off with a 1.0-litre SCe 75 three cylinder normally aspirated petrol unit. A well-proven TCe 90 turbo petrol engine and an uprated Blue dCi 95 diesel unit are available across the revised range. You're probably going to want them too as performance from the SCe 75 powerplant is rather leisurely, the rest to 62mph sprint occupying 14.2s. The TCe 90 derivative improves that showing to 11.1s. We could sit here all day making cutting comments about this Sandero's ride and handling package but d'you know what? We'll cut to the chase. It's perfectly adequate for the modest needs of its target market. It always was; it still is. The robust suspension set-up that suits this model's third world customers is perfectly adequate for ordinary A to B driving, though can lose its composure when confronted with serious tarmac imperfections. Push a little through the bends and you'll find that body roll is actually reasonably well controlled and you get decent levels of cornering traction too. We could do with a little more feel through the steering wheel, but the helm is at least light, offering a city-friendly 10.58m turning circle. As before, this car is built tough. How many other superminis are promoted as having excellent ground clearance enabling them to take on all kinds of road conditions with "robust underbody protection for impressive performance on unpaved tracks"? I've experienced the roads in this car's home state of Romania and if this Dacia can cope with them, it shouldn't have any problems with our potholes and speed humps - though I should point out that models produced for the brand's home market actually ride 14mm higher than our Sanderos.

Design and Build
So where does the Dacia Sandero fit, sizewise? That very much depends on how you position the car. On price, you'd have to say it's competing with city cars but in terms of the amount of metal you get, it's actually sized somewhere between a Fiesta-sized supermini and a Focus-sized family hatch. In other words, for the kind of money being asked, the interior and exterior dimensions are very generous indeed, with the ordinary five-door hatchback Sandero offering 1436mm of rear elbow room, giving enough space to seat three adults comfortably or install three child seats. Boot volume is 320-litres (slightly more than a Ford Focus) which is extremely good for this class and there's a 60/40 split fold rear seat to improve practicality still further. In 2017, changes were made to this model, including a revised front end design showcasing Dacia's smarter lighting signature flanking a revised honeycombed grille. The interior's smarter than it once was too, with satin-effect chrome finishing to lift the dashboard, a smarter steering wheel and some soft-touch surfaces on upper-spec variants. Dacia has even moved the electric window switches from the centre console to a more conventional place on the doors. As before, the cabin offers plenty of storage, notably via a central cubby box. The oddments spaces in the front and rear doors are large enough to house a 1.5-litre and 0.5-litre bottle respectively. As before, there's the option of a crossover-like Sandero Stepway bodystyle with raised suspension and roofbars.

Market and Model
So how much are you going to end up paying? Believe it or not, from around just £7,000. That makes the Sandero the cheapest car you can buy. It undercuts other much smaller budget models such as the Suzuki Celerio by around £1,000 and offers more space inside. For some perspective, in size, this car is somewhere between a Fiesta-shaped supermini and a Focus-sized family hatch. So you get the idea. It really is hard to argue with this kind of value proposition. There's only a single five-door hatchback bodystyle but it does come in either standard form or as the 'Sandero Stepway', a variant that dresses up this design with a bit more SUV-style attitude and offers a higher ride height. Go shopping at the lower end of the standard hatch range and you can't expect too much in terms of standard equipment, though things have improved in that regard with this revised model. Most variants get a DAB radio and you no longer have to stretch right top the top of the range for air conditioning - it's now standard from the 'Ambiance' level upwards. As before, the entry-level 'Access' versions come only with the base Sce 75 petrol engine and are equipped with manual windows all round. For this kind of money of course, you might expect to have to have to wind up your windows yourself and do without things like body-coloured bumpers or remote central locking, but it may be a shock to find that you don't even get a radio or something as basic as a passenger grab handle - and that the only colour on offer is white. Still, all these things are of course available on the plusher Sandero models that most British customers will choose.

Cost of Ownership
Given that much of a new car's cost of ownership is swallowed up in depreciation, it makes perfect sense to minimise your financial exposure in the first instance if you want to keep a cap on bills. If you've paid around £6,000 for a Sandero and it sheds half of its value in three years, you're still only three grand in the hole. And £1,000 per year in depreciation is something most new car owners can only dream of. In fact, I have a suspicion the Sandero will do a lot better than that, because the public is getting wise to the Dacia brand and the engines on offer in this car all offer decent economy and low emissions. The TCe 90 petrol unit is the zippiest and even that will return a combined fuel figure of 57.6mpg and emissions of 109g/km. The 1.0-litre SCe petrol engine that comes with that headline-grabbing price tag doesn't fare quite so well at 54.3mpg and 117g/km but that's not going to send many of you to the wall. Those are NEDC cycle figures. The Blue dCi 95 diesel is rated on the tougher WLTP cycle and on that, you're looking at between 58.8mpg and 62.7mpg on the WLTP cycle - a truly excellent showing. All new Sanderos come with a 3 year/60,000 mile warranty (whichever is reached sooner). Rather than forcing buyers to pay a premium for a longer warranty they might not want, Dacia's offers them the option to extend their warranty should they wish.

Summary
The Dacia Sandero remains an interesting car. Yes, you can buy it as a super stripped-out bargain basement item for around £7,000 but most of us want a few more creature comforts. Like the Duster, Dacia has very carefully worked the specifications list so that the super-low baseline model price tag draws customers into dealers where they will then realise that the car they actually want is the range-topper. So how will this improved Sandero fare? Pretty well, we think. Even if you do migrate to the comparatively well equipped Laureate model, you'll still not be paying big money. Especially when you bear in mind that the opening price for a smaller five-door Vauxhall Corsa with air conditioning can easily be over £14,000. For more than £5,000 less, you get a top specification Sandero. Couched in those terms, the good news is that this Dacia is a bit of a no-brainer.

£110.35
Inc VAT per month
£993.17 initial rental
£238.80 admin fee
Customise your lease deal

Maintenance, GAP insurance, and other products can be added to your order later. You can still make changes to your order once placed.


Paint, trim & optional extras
  • Colour:
  • Trim: RS
  • Optional extras: None
  • Cost of options:
Order summary
  • Lease type: Personal Contract Hire
  • Initial Rental: £993.17 (Inc VAT)
  • Contract Length: 48 Months
  • Monthly Payments: £91.9600 inc. options (Inc VAT)
  • Annual mileage: 5000

    Excess mileage costs apply

    This is your expected annual mileage and effects the lease price. Be as accurate as possible, as there are excess mileage charges should you exceed it, which will be confirmed prior to finalising your order. 

  • Maintenance: No
  • Processing Fee: £238.80 (Inc VAT)
  • Road Fund Licence: Included
  • Standard Delivery: Free
  • Estimated Delivery Date: 23 / 10 / 2021

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