Dacia has recently announced its plans to produce the right-hand drive version of the new Sandero generation in Romania.
After some rumors appeared not too long ago which were saying that the new generation of the Dacia Sandero with right-hand drive aimed towards the UK auto market will be produced in Morocco, the Romanian based automaker has announced that the hatchback will be produced at the company’s Mioveni plant in Romania. This is translated into an additional 300 million EUR revenue per year thanks to the 30,000 more cars which will be exported.
The 2013 Dacia Sandero will get the 0.9L petrol engine with 89 BHP on the Ambiance, along with the 1.5 liter dCi with 89 BHP. On the first one, prices will start from 7,595 GBP and the diesel will become available from 8,595 GBP. The top of the line Laureate version will cost 1,100 GBP more than the Ambiance and it will be offered with three engine options, cruise control, air conditioning and front fog lights. The most expensive Sandero Laureate, equipped with the 1.5 dCi engine, will cost 11,630 GBP.