New Dacia sandero. new look new features, same price, £5995 @ Dacia uk
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New Dacia sandero. new look new features, same price, £5995 @ Dacia uk

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The New Dacia Sandero offers you the size of one segment for the price of the segment below. At £5,995*, the New Dacia Sandero is the UK's lowest priced new car......
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carlos1985

Rather have a half decent second hand car thanks , no such thing as to … Rather have a half decent second hand car thanks , no such thing as to good to be true



Correct. There is no such thing as "to good to be true". The word you are looking for is "too". The phrase then makes sense.
less than 6 grand for a new car is good in anyone's book. heat
would rather have a squirrel squashing, deer smacking, driving machine!

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/PI_Jl5WFQkA/hqdefault.jpg

The Federal Highway comission has ruled the 
Canyonero unsafe for highway or city driving. 

Canyonero! 
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So much utter **** spouted by so many of the ignorant snobs in our society. New car for six grand with a three year warranty, or a used car with no real warranty. Yep, I'll take the new one.
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less than 6 grand for a new car is good in anyone's book. heat
Rather have a half decent second hand car thanks , no such thing as to good to be true
I remember when the original C1/107 came out and they were around this price point.

How much value are you likely to lose on this car if you were to own it for 3 years?
would rather have a squirrel squashing, deer smacking, driving machine!

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/PI_Jl5WFQkA/hqdefault.jpg

The Federal Highway comission has ruled the 
Canyonero unsafe for highway or city driving. 

Canyonero! 
michaeljb

would rather have a squirrel squashing, deer smacking, driving … would rather have a squirrel squashing, deer smacking, driving machine!The Federal Highway comission has ruled the Canyonero unsafe for highway or city driving. Canyonero! 



​You ordering a Dacia Duster then?

Actually that picture looks more like a Dacia Logan.
Edited by: "fossman" 23rd Jun 2017
How's this a deal? It's Normal RRP?
fossman

I remember when the original C1/107 came out and they were around this … I remember when the original C1/107 came out and they were around this price point.How much value are you likely to lose on this car if you were to own it for 3 years?


£3000 - £4000 maybe more from looking at values on AT
New features - now comes with a heated rear window and pneumatic tyres.
perfect if you dont want air con
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fossman

I remember when the original C1/107 came out and they were around this … I remember when the original C1/107 came out and they were around this price point.How much value are you likely to lose on this car if you were to own it for 3 years?


A lot less than a lot of other cars. The most you could lose o. This car is £5995, most other cars lose that as soon as you leave the forecourt.
Still ugly
Edited by: "coffeebanana123" 23rd Jun 2017
My father owns a Dacia Logan. I was dubious at first, but it really is exceptional value for money. It's utilitarian and no frills driving, but he'll have owned it for two years this September, and has had precisely no issues with his Dacia whatsoever. He paid £8.5k for it, pays £20 road tax for the 0.9 turbo model (which is apparently a very recent Renault powerplant, and overtakes on motorways just fine, as demonstrated by him on the M1 yesterday), and the interior is sturdily built. No creaks or rattles. Road noise is a little intrusive, but not bothersome. I can't say anything for the Sandero, but I don't look at Dacias with a grimace anymore.

Edited by: "Newfangled" 23rd Jun 2017
This is great price for very decent car. There is absolutely nothing wrong with it.


Depends what you want from a car,if like me its just transport, 5-10 miles a day and the odd trip to family and friends it is ideal (I get my kicks from my bike) I am seriously considering one of these on lease, they were up for £89 pm a while back.

Looked at the running costs of my 05 C-Max over the last few years and its cheaper to get one of these every few years.

YMMV tho as my figures include £400/£500 for MOT time the last few years oO plus high tax band which puts me on £700 pa before I add in garage work for the odd faults which you get on a 12 year old car.

fossman

I remember when the original C1/107 came out and they were around this … I remember when the original C1/107 came out and they were around this price point.How much value are you likely to lose on this car if you were to own it for 3 years?



Probably £3,000 tops in three years.

Compare that to say buying a new Golf @ £20,000. You might get £10,000 back after three years.

Sales of this will rocket when (or if) they introduce a diesel scrap page scheme. Figures rumoured suggest £2k - £3.5k (if the mayor of London gets his way) in trade in. So you could potentially get this, spanking new with a 3 year warranty for £2.5k - £4K. Sounds attractive to me, even if it is a Dacia! I believe you can also extend the warranty to 5 years for a few hundred quid!
pgilc1

Probably £3,000 tops in three years.Compare that to say buying a new Golf … Probably £3,000 tops in three years.Compare that to say buying a new Golf @ £20,000. You might get £10,000 back after three years.



So thats £83 pm for the Dacia, £277 om for the golf. Quite a difference. Less than 1/3rd of the cost.
mfactor

Depends what you want from a car,if like me its just transport, 5-10 … Depends what you want from a car,if like me its just transport, 5-10 miles a day and the odd trip to family and friends it is ideal (I get my kicks from my bike) I am seriously considering one of these on lease, they were up for £89 pm a while back.Looked at the running costs of my 05 C-Max over the last few years and its cheaper to get one of these every few years.YMMV tho as my figures include £400/£500 for MOT time the last few years oO plus high tax band which puts me on £700 pa before I add in garage work for the odd faults which you get on a 12 year old car.



If your C Max is a diesel, I'd consider waiting rather than leasing one of these until an announcement is made on the diesel scrap page scheme, it may be better for you to buy one
Haters gonna hate.

This is awesome value for money with very little depreciation and sound reliability. It's won Which! car of the year 5 years running.
carlos1985

Rather have a half decent second hand car thanks , no such thing as to … Rather have a half decent second hand car thanks , no such thing as to good to be true



Correct. There is no such thing as "to good to be true". The word you are looking for is "too". The phrase then makes sense.
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Car snobs everywhere.
This looks like a perfectly good car for £6,000, but isn't that the regular price (I'm pretty sure I saw one in the dealer's forecourt at Llandudno Junction at that price 2 weeks ago)?
I've added some heat for this being a good car at a low price, but it isn't really a hot deal.
No Aircon? Didn't know you could still buy a new car without it. As essential as round wheels and a see through windscreen imo.
every time these get posted they get hot, anything else at RRP would get no heat at all. Welcome to hotukrrp
jaydeeuk1

No Aircon? Didn't know you could still buy a new car without it. As … No Aircon? Didn't know you could still buy a new car without it. As essential as round wheels and a see through windscreen imo.



There is air con in the 'Ambience' & 'Laureate' models but these also have other features and obviously more expensive
I wouldnt call this a bargain, more like "you get what you pay for"

Its fine if you don't want any creature comforts. Id hate it for my job though where i do in the region of 30k miles per year.
If I had £6k cash, and I needed a NEW car, I'd probably buy one of these. I'm currently a year into a lease of a Golf Estate R.
Actually, this is a very good car. Warranty and all, but sure, everyone drives Bentleys these days.
I like the Stepway, a bit more expensive but a lot of car for the money. For the size of vehicle nothing can really compare at the price. Ssangyong have a similar vehicle but that's 13k.
Not sure why you'd pay 6k for this, when you could get a significantly better, used car for around the same price, or even less. If buying a new car is so important that you're willing to do without basic features, then may I suggest getting a really good detailing on a used car. From anecdotal evidence, the nice feeling of having a new car lasts for weeks, months if you're lucky. After that there's no difference other than knowing all your parts are newer, but then I'd rather have used quality parts than new crap parts.
kye1987

I like the Stepway, a bit more expensive but a lot of car for the money. … I like the Stepway, a bit more expensive but a lot of car for the money. For the size of vehicle nothing can really compare at the price. Ssangyong have a similar vehicle but that's 13k.



There's a ssangyong dealer across the road from us. Loads of people in my town are driving round the tivoli's. £16k! Imagine the horror they are going to face when they try and sell it in 3-4 years.
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So much utter **** spouted by so many of the ignorant snobs in our society. New car for six grand with a three year warranty, or a used car with no real warranty. Yep, I'll take the new one.
Conchiron

Not sure why you'd pay 6k for this, when you could get a significantly … Not sure why you'd pay 6k for this, when you could get a significantly better, used car for around the same price, or even less. If buying a new car is so important that you're willing to do without basic features, then may I suggest getting a really good detailing on a used car. From anecdotal evidence, the nice feeling of having a new car lasts for weeks, months if you're lucky. After that there's no difference other than knowing all your parts are newer, but then I'd rather have used quality parts than new crap parts.



​which significantly better used car could you get for 6k?
You buy a new car because of the warranty. I change mine as soon as warranty runs out. If you can buy a 2nd hand car that still has 3 years manufacturers warranty left then it's an alternative, just you're likely stuck with Kia, Hyundai or a Toyota aygo for £6k.
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jaydeeuk1

No Aircon? Didn't know you could still buy a new car without it. As … No Aircon? Didn't know you could still buy a new car without it. As essential as round wheels and a see through windscreen imo.


Showing your ignorance then. Many new cars come with no aircon, not everyone can afford a new car with all the bells and whistles. I personally never use mine, prefer a breeze through the windows.
The Sandero is basically the previous generation Renault Clio - so if you like Renault's then there's nothing not to like here. They're supposed to be better built than they were when they were badged as Renault's too...
mano81 m ago

​which significantly better used car could you get for 6k?


Probably means an 8 year old 3 series.
You can buy a porsche cayenne for £6k, doesn't mean you should.
Conchiron

Not sure why you'd pay 6k for this, when you could get a significantly … Not sure why you'd pay 6k for this, when you could get a significantly better, used car for around the same price, or even less. If buying a new car is so important that you're willing to do without basic features, then may I suggest getting a really good detailing on a used car. From anecdotal evidence, the nice feeling of having a new car lasts for weeks, months if you're lucky. After that there's no difference other than knowing all your parts are newer, but then I'd rather have used quality parts than new crap parts.



The Sanderro is actually a Renault Clio in drag. Nice to have long warranty and not have to worry about expensive repair bills. Not to everyones taste I know.
This is standard price for the Sandero. Where is deal?
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