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DACIA Sandero Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 4
First production year: 2008
Engines: Gasoline, Liquefied petroleum gas (lpg), Diesel, Natural gas, Ethanol
Body style: Hatchback
 

2020 - Present

The second generation of the Dacia Sandero was unveiled in 2020 in an offline event along with the Logan and the Sandero Stepway. The Romanian car-maker Dacia was part of the Renault Group before the Renault-Nissan alliance was formed. Introduced in 2007, Sandero's first generation accounted for more than 2.1 million units sold for the Dacia brand. Dacia designed the Sandero as a smal...

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gasoline engines:

  DACIA Sandero 1.0L SCe 65 5MT

  DACIA Sandero 1.0L TCe 90 6MT

  DACIA Sandero 1.0L TCe 90 CVT

liquefied petroleum gas (lpg) engines:

  DACIA Sandero 1.0L TCe 100 ECO-G 6MT

2016 - 2020

Offering the best value for money in the small car class, the Dacia Sandero received an update for 2016, including a restyled exterior design and more added technology. Restyled to look more modern, the Sandero had slimmer headlights that were integrated in the grille and the lower air intake was refreshed to offer a more aggressive look. A choice of three engines was available with the ...

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gasoline engines:

  DACIA Sandero 0.9L TCe 5AT (90 HP)

  DACIA Sandero 0.9L TCe 5MT (90 HP)

  DACIA Sandero 1.0L 12V 5MT (75 HP)

  DACIA Sandero 1.0L TCe 5MT (101 HP)

2012 - 2016

Renault's budget brand Dacia has unveiled in 2012 at the Paris Motor Show the second generation of the Sandero, a car from the small-size category, built for the crowded cities. The Romanian brand Dacia started its journey in the late '60s with a Renault 8 licensed model, followed soon by a license of the Renault 12. And they build the Renault 12 up until 2004 with various improveme...

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2008 - 2012

4 years after the launch of the Dacia’s flagship model - Dacia Logan, it was time for a hatchback version to hit the market, as the sedan, MCV, VAN and pick-up versions were already present. The 5-door hatchback named Sandero was based on the same platform as the Logan, namely the B0. The Sandero featured a robust image with the bumper and the radiator grille perfectly adapted to the body. ...

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