It was time to 2021 Dacia Sandero mark the beginning of the third generation. Somehow it always coincides with the promotion at the same time as the Logan model. The vehicle still has testing and camouflage more hidden than it reveals but there are some official details and rumors we want to share before official info.
The Renault owned brand Dacia had no major changes for 7 years. The major change will be a new platform that will offer new features, above all a larger selection of gasoline and diesel engines, and the cabin should get a new multimedia system.
Spy shot and platform
Current Nissan Juke, Renault Captur and Clio already use CMF-B platform. This is a platform developed jointly by Nissan and Renault to reduce production costs. The new Sandero is supposed to be the most affordable version of the car on the aforementioned platform.
A curvier front end, clamshell bonnet, modern door handles, wider stance and pronounced rising beltline are just some of the things that camouflage suggests. n order not to compete for their own models, the company plans to save on the implementation of the latest technological additions. Although there will be restrictions, we still expect to see a new multimedia system.
2021 Dacia Sandero engine options, hybrid?
The range under the hood should be versatile and offer several gasoline and diesel engines. They are coming for sure petrol engine with 75 and 100 horses, and an diesel engine with 85 horses. Shy rumors even mention the hybrid version based around 1.6 L engine with total output about 140 horses.
More confirmed information says it certainly won’t be turbo 1.33 L TCe petrol engine with 130 horses. Same can be say for turbo dCi diesel with 115 horses.
MOTOR TUBE RENDERING!
The only ones who have done the rendering so far are colleagues from Motor Tube. We share their image and leave it to you to judge!
Release date and price
The promotion of the third generation of this subcompact should happen parallel with the promotion of the next generation of Logan models. The latest information indicates that Dacia chose summer 2021, and as a place Paris. It will be interesting to see the price given that it should not jeopardize Clio sales. It almost certainly remains sub- £10,000 vehicle.