New engine options for the Dacia Sandero Stepway

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Dacia has added its entry-level SCe 75 petrol engine to the Sandero Stepway range as well as the new generation Blue dCi 95 diesel engine, with revised trim-levels on the popular small SUV.

The SCe 75 engine is available with a manual transmission in Essential trim only and starts from £8,995. The SCe 75 engine has a CO2 output of 124g/km and achieves 43.5 – 45.6 mpg (WLTP) with 70 ft lb of torque at 3,500 rpm.

The new generation Blue dCi 95 is available with a manual transmission across two trim levels, Essential and Comfort, priced from £11,195. The Blue dCi 95 engine has a CO2 output of 103g/km and achieves 58.8 – 62.7 mpg (WLTP) with 162 ft lb of torque at 1,750 rpm.

The Sandero Stepway continues to be available with Groupe Renault’s best-selling TCe 90 turbocharged petrol engine.

The Sandero Stepway is now available in two new trim levels. In Essential trim the Sandero Stepway features air conditioning, electric front windows, DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity, body coloured bumpers and 16-inch Stepway alloy-look wheels.

Comfort trim, available from £10,995, adds luxuries and ‘big car’ technologies such as touchscreen MediaNav satellite navigation system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, rear parking sensors, cruise control, heated and electrically adjustable door mirrors and electric rear windows.

The Sandero Stepway is the best-selling Dacia model in the UK. The small SUV features Dacia’s Stepway family look, with a beefier design and raised ride height of 40mm over the Sandero hatch, as well as roof bars and satin chrome front and rear skid plates.

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