The second generation of the Renault Sandero has been recently introduced in Brazil, following the Logan sedan, which has went on sale in the South American country last October.
The Renault Sandero, in its second generation, along with the Logan sedan, are basically rebadged Dacias which get an improved exterior design, an updated front grille, a new front bumper, some chrome accents and other tweaks, which will help them stand out from a crowd. Features such as climate control, LG Media Nav infotainment system, rear parking sensors, USB and Bluetooth connections and more will be added to the Sandero, depending on the version chosen.
The model in question can also get the leather wrapped steering wheel, the split folding rear bench, the central locking, the cruise control, ABS, front airbags, EBD, electric windows and much more. As far as the engine lineup goes, the base Authentique version will be getting the 1.0 liter 16 valve unit, with 80 HP (57 kW), which is also compatible with ethanol. There is also a 1.6 liter 8 valve for the Expression and Dynamique versions, with 98 HP (73 kW) or with 106 HP (79 kW) when running on ethanol.