WITH supermini style and space for city car money, Dacia’s Sandero is proving a hit in the UK, having found
WITH supermini style and space for city car money, Dacia’s Sandero is proving a hit in the UK, having found a home with 4,000 drivers already. Prices from only £5,995 probably have a lot to do with it.
But while a “shockingly affordable” price tag is one thing, the question on many people’s lips recently has been how much one will be worth in a few years’ time. Well, now we have the answer.
Leading residual value provider, CAP, has confirmed that over a three-year period and 60,000 miles the Access 1.2 16V will only lose £3,615 of its smart-buy retail price of £5,995.
Even the Laureate with the same engine only loses a further £1,400, making it thousands of pounds less than its rivals.
Sandero prides itself on big car features and technology, with small car prices. Its attractive design doesn’t detract from its practical personality, with ample space for five adults and plenty of boot space. It’s also the UK’s most affordable new diesel car.