Dacia Sandero video review
It's one of the biggest cars in its class, but at £5995 it's also many thousands of pounds cheaper than its rivals.
The car's boxy shape means that there is plenty of room inside for passengers and luggage. The dashboard is simple to use, but drivers might find it difficult to get comfortable because there's limited adjustment available for the seat and steering wheel.
It is not the most refined car on the road, but the Sandero handles and rides pretty well for a car of its price.
Three trims are available: Access, Ambiente and Laureate.
Entry-level Access is basic, doing without even a radio. Ambiente gets a radio, Bluetooth, electric front windows and remote locking. Range-topping Laureate trim comes with air-conditioning, cruise control and electric rear windows.
Watch the video to get our verdict on the Dacia Sandero.
By Matthew Burrow