Renault Sandero goes to Brazil

Posted on Thursday, 3 July 2014 , 16:07:13 byTheodora

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Renault Sandero goes to Brazil

Dacia, the Romanian brand that belongs to the Renault Group, can offer the feeling of driving something different. The main target of the company is to transform sustainable mobility into something accessible to all the persons in the world. Dacia is one of the companies that defy the economical crisis and, more than that, whose sales have increased. The latest news indicates that the second generation Dacia Sandero five-doors, sold under the Renault name in Brazil, has just been introduced in this South-American country.

The Brazilian division of Renault introduced the Logan sedan last October and it seems it had the awaited success since they are now introducing the Sandero. The hatchback is characterized by a slightly improved exterior design featuring some chrome accents, an updated grille and a restyled front bumper. Depending on the trim the vehicle can feature an automatic climate control system, rear parking sensors, an LG-made Media Nav infotainment system with navigation and support for Bluetooth and USB connections, electric windows and mirrors, cruise control, ABS, front airbags, EBD, leather-wrapped steering wheel, central locking and a split folding rear bench increasing cargo capacity from 320 liters to 1,196 liters.

The Renault Sandero is available as the Sandero Authentique powered by a 1.0-liter 16-valve engine generating 80 bhp (57 kW) and compatible with ethanol. There's also a 1.6-liter 8-valve for Expression and Dynamique trims outputting 98 bhp (73 kW) or 106 bhp (79 kW) when running on ethanol.  The vehicle is good looking enough to attract clients and the price will also help to a better image of the brand.


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