An impressed reviewer summarized the Dacia Sindero in these words: “it is one of the roomiest in the small car class, both for people and luggage.” We totally agree with this brutal honest and dare to add that it is one of the cheapest cars you can but in the UK.
What’s more, it will still save you more pennies with its 1.5-liter diesel. You actually still have an option for the 0.9-liter petrol engine as well as a 1.0-liter petrol.
And because you might not have heard of this before, it is our duty to let you know that Dacia is actually a Renault offshoot. Dacia was originally founded in Romania during the mid 1960s, and began life producing licensed Renault models.
Come 1999 and the French brand took control of the eastern European company and has since gone on to establish Dacia as the budget brand of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. You see, the world is all round and our review of SUV’s, exotic and luxurious vehicles might leave you feeling like that is all automakers are doing these days.
Somehow, you are right because most automakers are onto big, sophisticated machines. However, the world is still open to economical, practical mobility items. The Dacia Sandero perfectly fits the tight-budget scheme.