Dacia launches new Sandero Midnight Limited Edition

Article by Christian A., on October 3, 2014

Dacia is introducing its new Sandero Midnight special edition that builds on the current top-of-the-range Lauréate specs. The new special edition features the same specs of the Laureate version, but adds exclusive extras to give it a classy yet discreet look.

The Sandero Midnight features a 15-inch 'Aquila' alloy wheels and an exclusive Slate Grey metallic paint finish complemented by a gloss black exterior trim on the door mirrors and B-pillar. This theme is continued inside the cabin, as the gloss black trim can be seen on the door handles, central console surround and steering wheel.

The special edition also features a 'Comfort Pack' that includes electric rear windows and a leather steering wheel – all on top of the extensive standard equipment already included from the Lauréate trim level. This means that the Sandero Midnight features air conditioning, electric front windows, cruise control, speed limiter and a trip computer.

It also features Bluetooth connectivity, a four-speaker radio/CD player and ESC with Traction Control as standard. Customers could also avail of options like rear parking sensors, 'Dark carbon' leather upholstery, MediaNav 7-inch touchscreen multimedia and sat-nav system.

This special edition is powered by either a petrol or diesel engine. The 0.9-liter TCe 90 petrol engine allows the Sandero Midnight to accelerate from zero to 60mph in just 11.1 seconds and reach a top speed of 109mph, while returning 56.5mpg (on the official combined cycle).

On the other hand, the 1.5-liter dCi 90 diesel engine allows the special edition to reach 60mph in 12.1 seconds and achieve a top speed of 107mph while returning 74.3mpg on the combined cycle. The diesel engine also emits just 99g of carbon dioxide per km, placing it on the Band A for road fund license.

The new Sandero Midnight comes with by a three year/60,000 miles warranty, including roadside assistance. The new Sandero Midnight special edition is now available to order from just £9,345.

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Dacia Sandero Midnight Limited Edition

Dacia has introduced a new special edition to its Sandero family car line-up - the Sandero Midnight. Sandero Midnight builds on the existing top-of-the-range Lauréate version specification by adding a host of exclusive extras designed to give a classy yet discreet look and is available to order now priced from just £9,345.

On the exterior, Sandero Midnight comes with 15-inch 'Aquila' alloy wheels, an exclusive Slate Grey metallic paint finish and a gloss black exterior trim on the door mirrors and B-pillar.

Inside, the Midnight continues the dark theme with gloss black trim on the door handles, central console surround and steering wheel whilst the 'Comfort Pack' adds electric rear windows and a leather steering wheel to the equipment list.

These enhancements are in addition to the extensive standard equipment from the Lauréate trim level, so Sandero Midnight also comes with air conditioning, electric front windows, cruise control, speed limiter, a trip computer, Bluetooth connectivity, a four-speaker radio/CD player and ESC with Traction Control as standard.

For those who wish to add further comfort to their Sandero, rear parking sensors, 'Dark carbon' leather upholstery and the MediaNav 7-inch touchscreen multimedia and sat-nav system are amongst the available options.

Sandero Midnight is available as either a petrol or diesel engine version. The 0.9-litre TCe 90 petrol engine achieves 0-60mph in 11.1 seconds, has a top speed of 109mph and returns 56.5mpg (on the official combined cycle). The 1.5-litre dCi 90 diesel engine achieves 0-60mph in 12.1 seconds, has a top speed of 107mph, CO2 emissions of 99g/km (meaning it is in Band A for road fund licence) and returns 74.3mpg (combined).

As with every new Dacia, Sandero Midnight is covered by a three year / 60,000 miles warranty as standard, which includes roadside assistance. Servicing is once every 12 months or 12,000 miles and extended warranty packages of up to seven years are also available.

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