The new Logan and the Sandero are not the only Dacia premieres from the 2012 Paris Motor Show, as the Romanian manufacturer now owned by Renault also unveiled today the all-new Sandero Stepway. For those who don’t know, the Stepway is an off-road version of the Sandero and the driver sits 40 mm above the ground in order to be sure it will reach its destination.
Moreover, the new Sandero Stepway comes with a new plastic bodykit consisting of a new front bumper, new side sills, new design for the fenders, a new rear bumper and a new set of 16-inch wheels. In addition, the car offers a multimedia system, cruise control and air conditioning.
Under the hood, we find the three-cylinder 899 cc TCe 90 engine delivering 90 hp and 135 Nm of torque. This engine promises a fuel consumption of just 52.3 mpg and only 125 g/km CO2 emissions. A dCi 90 1.5-liter diesel engine is also available with 90 hp and 200 Nm of torque. This engine has a fuel consumption of 68.9 mpg and emits only 105 g/km CO2.