Renault Sandero, Sandero Stepway Get Official [Photo Gallery]
Both look pretty much the same as the Dacia models that are in showrooms across Europe already. The changes have been restricted to a new front bumper with softer shapes, a new grille to take that Renault badge and small changes to the bonnet.
However, these Russian-specific models are different inside, where seat materials and dash design are borrowed from the Clio 4, a clear move in the upmarket direction for the Sandero.
You can expect the Renault versions of the two Sanderos to be available with the same engines, save maybe the underperforming 1.2-liter 16-valve. That means a choice of either 0.9 TCe and two 1.5-liter dCi.
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