You'll have to look in the used car classifieds to find comparably priced rivals to the Sandero.
Even then, you won't find many second-hand superminis that come with a three-year, 60,000-mile warranty, and even fewer that offer the sort of space the Sandero does.
At this money, it's hardly surprising that the cabin finish is a bit basic, but that doesn't make the Sandero uncomfortable.
There's a decent amount of grip, so you can breeze along with plenty of confidence, although the ride is a little firm at low speeds. Refinement is not a strong suit, however. You can feel a certain amount of engine vibration through the seats, steering wheel and pedals, and there's a fair bit of wind and road noise.
Obviously, equipment levels are minimal, and the Sandero is expected to get only a three-star Euro NCAP crash test result, which simply isn't good enough.
However, it offers something genuinely new and different in that it brings real space for bargain prices, which is admirable.