You know, I've been wondering for quite some time now what is the cheapest Sport Utility Vehicle in the world. When I first saw the Dacia Sandero Stepway and read the price sheet I thought I had finally gotten my answer, only to be immediately contradicted by the rest of the guys.
Okay, okay, so the Stepway is not an SUV, I get it now. But why does it look like it's on a small children squashing mission then? And it doesn't even have all-wheel drive, so it's like the automotive version of a poseur, right? Well, I don't mind that actually, since I'm pretty much the same.
No, not a poseur, you nincompoops! I mean that from time to time I like to be regarded as a different kind of woman than the one I really am. For example when slipping into a Prada dress I always like to imagine like I'm about to step on the red carpet, heading into the building where I will win my very first Oscar.
It's nice to imagine you're someone else from time to time, and the Sandero Stepway does just that. It looks like it's a much bigger and more rugged car, even though it actually isn't. And it does it while keeping the prices down low. Kind of like me when I wear Gocci or Coco Canel. Nobody knows I'm not the real deal at first, and I do this at the fraction of the cost for a real Gucci or Coco Chanel.
On the whole, if you want my personal opinion I really like the Stepway. I wouldn't actually buy one for myself because, even though it's cheaper than a quarter of my wardrobe, I couldn't live with the fact that I have to reach to the other side of the car just to adjust my right rear view mirror.