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New Dacia Sandero 2017 facelift still only £5995 otr
New Dacia Sandero 2017 facelift still only £5995 otr
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New Dacia Sandero 2017 facelift still only £5995 otr

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Now the front bumper is colour coded so looks as good as the rest of the range. With a 3 year warranty it is a safe bet and at just £5995 you don't have to worry about depreciation, you can never lose more than 6k, most cars lose that value as soon as you drive it of the forecourt.

Updates to the Dacia Sandero mean it’s better value than ever, with more equipment and a new engine under the bonnet. the new 1.0-litre petrol’s low insurance group means it’s a good choice for young drivers

£5995 buys the regular Sandero model, which sports new headlight clusters with LED daytime running lights, a restyled front bumper and a new, more prominent grille. There are new tail-lights at the back, while different materials and more practical storage areas have been introduced inside.

A new 74bhp 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine has been added to the range, with Dacia claiming it will be the most fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly engine on offer.

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Exterior equipment

15" TARKINE steel wheels
15" Steel wheels
Black door mirrors
Manually adjustable door mirrors
Daytime running lights
Tinted windows
Rear wash wipe
Black door handles
Black interior door handles
Manual rear windows
Manual front windows
Heated rear windscreen
Driving & safety

Power assisted steering
ESC (Electronic Stability Control) with ASR (Traction control) and Hill Start Assist (HSA)
Driver airbag
Passenger airbag with deactivation function
Tyre inflation kit
Tyre pressure monitor
Passenger airbag with de-activation function
Anti-lock braking system(ABS)
Front side airbags
Emergency Brake Assist (EBA)
Seating & trim

Height adjustable front headrests
Cerite cloth upholstery
3 x 3 point rear seatbelts
ISOFIX points for child seats in both outer rear seats
60/40 split folding rear seat
Heating & ventilation

4 speed heating and ventilation system
Instruments & controls

Gear shift indicator
Outside temperature sensor

Engine

Petrol Fuel Type
Multipoint sequential Injection Type
3 No. of Cylinders
12 No. of Valves
999 Induction Capacity (cc)
77(57) Maximum Power - hp DIN (kw ISO)
97 Maximum Torque - Nm ISO (mkg DIN)
B4D 411 Engine Type
No Particle Filter
Euro 6 Emission Control Standard
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Edited by: "POWYSWALES" 15th Dec 2016

Pity it doesn't have air conditioning, cd player and speakers. Good deal though. Out of interest, how much do they sell for 2 nd hand?

3 year old 1.2s with roughly 49k on the clock going for £3.5 - £4K.
Not a bad deal really, keep it for 3 years to take advantage of the warranty then sell, costing you approx £2.5k for 3 years motoring! Not bad at all..... assuming you can live with the badge and basic-ness.

Good price for a new car with warranty. Yeye, I know, you all drive Bentleys.

Think id rather walk.

Have read the reviews. The new £6995 Ambiente 1.0L model seems to be the sweet spot in the range on account of it now including air-conditioning and a few other goodies.

If I had a need for a bigger car, I'd probably go for the 2017 Sandero. You get a lot of car for your cash. As it happens, the Suzuki Celerio (another dull, utilitarian but cheap & practical car) whilst a bit smaller, meets my needs better and gives far better fuel economy.

Have added some Christmas heat...

How or indeed why is this a deal? it's the standard price...

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And meanwhile on hotukrrp

m5rcc

How or indeed why is this a deal? it's the standard price...


Standard Deal.

When they fist came out they where 5k now there 6k but there is a lot more colours £500 for a colour when the whole car is less then 6k.

shalton

Pity it doesn't have air conditioning, cd player and speakers. Good deal … Pity it doesn't have air conditioning, cd player and speakers. Good deal though. Out of interest, how much do they sell for 2 nd hand?


couple of hundred oO

macdazz

couple of hundred oO



Pence*

yeh james may will love this

Looking at satisfaction reviews dacia score very highly compared to so called better cars like vw or audi which let's face it ain't. 6k ain't that bad and to be honest what's not to like for someone who wants a cheap reliable car.I wouldn't say no for nowt.Decent deal.

Looks almost identical to pre-facelift ones! Maybe they've been taking facelift advice from Fiat/Alfa!

Am I right in thinking this is basically an old Clio with a different body?

mcormack

Standard Deal.



You mistyped, it's standard price.
Edited by: "eslick" 15th Dec 2016

i bought a vw golf diesel for 2000 pounds, did not spend a penny on it in 3 years of ownership apart oils. and i have air con,electric windows,mirrors.for 6000 pounds i would get something with electric windows at least.lol

do like the price but would prefer to spend around £6600 on previously listed fiat panda and have at least some style although a very small amount . thanks for listing the deal though

N3RO

i bought a vw golf diesel for 2000 pounds, did not spend a penny on it in … i bought a vw golf diesel for 2000 pounds, did not spend a penny on it in 3 years of ownership apart oils. and i have air con,electric windows,mirrors.for 6000 pounds i would get something with electric windows at least.lol



How old was the Golf and what warranty did it come with when you bought it?

Car threads really bring out the idiots on here....

OK, this car is not for me but I'm adding heat because it's 6 grand for a brand new, decent-sized car with a 3 year warranty. What is the problem here?
Edited by: "bellboys" 15th Dec 2016

For only £6k I don't think you can go wrong for a brand new car.

When the gearbox failed in my car,the replacement cost over £9k,so this seems great for a whole new car.

Voted hot

Like driving an average car from the 80s, at 90s prices. If you want a warrantied car at the cheapest prices and don't mind a dearth of refinement and equipment that has been standard on most cars for 20 years (e.g. electric windows) then it seems a reasonable deal. If you get finance and expect to see £2500 back at 3 years old, this car is still going to cost you about £120 a month over the term, and you can lease better cars for that money.

Or you could buy a used BMW 535D, 530D, 525D, 520D, 335i, 335D, 330D, 325D, 320D, 320si, Corsa VXR, Civic Type-R, Focus ST, Astra VXR, Audi A4, A6, A3 or if none of these tickle your fancy you could get a new shape fiesta for about £4000 with a decent spec, warranty and low miles. I honestly can't stand new cars, because even on this car, which is a very cheap good deal, you will still loose at least £2000 in the first year, 1/3 of its value. Good deal and will give heat, but look on the used market, as you will get a better car and will loose less upon resale.

monkeyhanger75

Like driving an average car from the 80s, at 90s prices. If you want a … Like driving an average car from the 80s, at 90s prices. If you want a warrantied car at the cheapest prices and don't mind a dearth of refinement and equipment that has been standard on most cars for 20 years (e.g. electric windows) then it seems a reasonable deal. If you get finance and expect to see £2500 back at 3 years old, this car is still going to cost you about £120 a month over the term, and you can lease better cars for that money.




Like what?

danbrooks9237

Or you could buy a used BMW 535D, 530D, 525D, 520D, 335i, 335D, 330D, … Or you could buy a used BMW 535D, 530D, 525D, 520D, 335i, 335D, 330D, 325D, 320D, 320si, Corsa VXR, Civic Type-R, Focus ST, Astra VXR, Audi A4, A6, A3 or if none of these tickle your fancy you could get a new shape fiesta for about £4000 with a decent spec, warranty and low miles. I honestly can't stand new cars, because even on this car, which is a very cheap good deal, you will still loose at least £2000 in the first year, 1/3 of its value. Good deal and will give heat, but look on the used market, as you will get a better car and will loose less upon resale.



But how much is a manufacturer's 3 year warranty worth?

I hope my neighbour buys one.

Don't these suffer with rust? I read some reviews that there was serious rust within six months...

Not a car expert in any way, but surely worth it if you are planning on buying and then owning until it eventually packs in (I.e not looking for a resale at any value but have had lots of years of motoring from new with 3 under warranty?)

I, ll rather buy wheelbarrow

Freezing
Basic car that would be of been out of date in 1972
Better off spending £5k on a used car and a platinum warranty for 3 years.
This will be worth £1 to £2k in 3 year and it be impossible to shift

muckspreader1

Looking at satisfaction reviews dacia score very highly compared to so … Looking at satisfaction reviews dacia score very highly compared to so called better cars like vw or audi which let's face it ain't. 6k ain't that bad and to be honest what's not to like for someone who wants a cheap reliable car.I wouldn't say no for nowt.Decent deal.



There's no comparison.
If you've paid £6K for a car you've already got low standards and will accept niggly faults.
If you paid £30K you'd Milan about everything.

so its a paddle boat that rust X)

bellboys

How old was the Golf and what warranty did it come with when you bought … How old was the Golf and what warranty did it come with when you bought it? Car threads really bring out the idiots on here....OK, this car is not for me but I'm adding heat because it's 6 grand for a brand new, decent-sized car with a 3 year warranty. What is the problem here?



​it's a mark 5 and there was no warranty.i done 60k on it on top of 100k and still going strong.300 to insure and 145 tax.cheap as chips.lol i still could get at least 1000 back if sold.lol freedom of speech guy's and girls.no need to get upset

liston2

When they fist came out they where 5k now there 6k but there is a lot … When they fist came out they where 5k now there 6k but there is a lot more colours £500 for a colour when the whole car is less then 6k.



Surely they were always £5995 for the entry level car? I dont remember them being £4995?

Also, it isnt £500 (£495) for a colour on the £5995 car because you can only have it in WHITE.

EDIT : Just checked and they were ALWAYS £5995 starting point.

parkers.co.uk/dac…es/

Edited by: "pgilc1" 15th Dec 2016

N3RO

​it's a mark 5 and there was no warranty.i done 60k on it on top of 100k a … ​it's a mark 5 and there was no warranty.i done 60k on it on top of 100k and still going strong.300 to insure and 145 tax.cheap as chips.lol i still could get at least 1000 back if sold.lol freedom of speech guy's and girls.no need to get upset



That's fair enough, but as in the thousands of threads about lease cars, you can't really compare used to new.
Ultimately, the person who goes for one of these just wants the peace of mind of having a new car.
Fair play, you bought yours and it has been a bargain. On the negative side, within a few months you could have lost the DMF and clutch and a year later he hit with the bills for a new turbo and injectors.
New cars are risk free, which I think is the whole point.

bma1445

Looks almost identical to pre-facelift ones! Maybe they've been taking … Looks almost identical to pre-facelift ones! Maybe they've been taking facelift advice from Fiat/Alfa!Am I right in thinking this is basically an old Clio with a different body?



New engine, better economy, colour coded bumpers, upgraded lights.

Seems like a fairly decent facelift with no price increase?

g1bbuk

Don't these suffer with rust? I read some reviews that there was serious … Don't these suffer with rust? I read some reviews that there was serious rust within six months...



NO

That was specific Dusters made at a specific factory. Dacia stopped production at that factory and revised production standards. No longer an issue.

nd1985

FreezingBasic car that would be of been out of date in 1972Better off … FreezingBasic car that would be of been out of date in 1972Better off spending £5k on a used car and a platinum warranty for 3 years. This will be worth £1 to £2k in 3 year and it be impossible to shift



Cheapest at three years on Autotrader is £3495 at 3 years old and average miles.

Three year old car for £3K? Cant see much issues selling it TBH.

I cant think of any new, mainstream, affordable car that would only depreciate £1,000 a year from new
Edited by: "pgilc1" 15th Dec 2016

bellboys

How old was the Golf and what warranty did it come with when you bought … How old was the Golf and what warranty did it come with when you bought it? Car threads really bring out the idiots on here....OK, this car is not for me but I'm adding heat because it's 6 grand for a brand new, decent-sized car with a 3 year warranty. What is the problem here?



Except the quality, no problem. Do you people care about your lives, or only the money?

Val2015

Do you people care about your lives, or only the money?



Its called "being objective". I can see why it has appeal. It personally wouldnt suit what i want in a car, but if it does, its a good car at a great price. I wouldnt diss the car just because its not my sort of thing.

Also, quite a few people are quoting untruths and prejudices. I'm happy to correct that with facts.

Edited by: "pgilc1" 15th Dec 2016
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