October

  • Filming the Sandero's final video update. The interior stood up well to daily use

    Filming the Sandero's final video update. The interior stood up well to daily use

  • Cup holder in the Sandero gets so warm, it caused trouble for Matt's iPhone

    Cup holder in the Sandero gets so warm, it caused trouble for Matt's iPhone

  • Sandero and Sandero Stepway seem to be holding value well in the used car market

    Sandero and Sandero Stepway seem to be holding value well in the used car market

  • The Sandero now has another award to its name

    The Sandero now has another award to its name

  • Speed alert warning bongs aren't always accurate but get seriously noisy

    Speed alert warning bongs aren't always accurate but get seriously noisy

  • Dacia's tax disc comes at a cost for the first time, but it's only £30

    Dacia's tax disc comes at a cost for the first time, but it's only £30

  • Sat nav has been keeping Matthew from picking up speeding points

    Sat nav has been keeping Matthew from picking up speeding points

  • Sandero is being fuel tested this week

    Sandero is being fuel tested this week

  • Interior mirror is distracting and unnecessary

    Interior mirror is distracting and unnecessary

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Dacia Sandero 0.9 TCe Laureate

Week ending October 4
Mileage 5368
Driven this week 208

Dacia Sandero

Dacia's cost-cutting measures can sometimes be quite annoying. Take the way the passenger-side speaker is the only one that outputs sound when you're making a call on your phone via Bluetooth.

Others make sense and work really well. The electric rear windows are operated using switches located behind the handbrake and well within reach of both front and rear occupants. It seems to make a lot of sense. Dacia has saved money by having just one set of switches, and can then pass that saving onto the customer.


By Matthew Burrow
Matthew.Burrow@whatcar.com

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