Dacia Sandero Stepway Interior

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Boot (seats up)
320 litres
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1,200 litres

The Dacia Sandero Stepway’s interior is spacious for a car of this price, but it’s also bland to look at, cheap feeling and lacks any kind of clever technology

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The Dacia Sandero Stepway interior is the equivalent of a supermarket’s own-brand packaging – there are no frills, fancy trim pieces or inspiring designs, but it does do exactly what it’s supposed to.

On Ambiance models you get some fake, satin-chrome highlights, a wealth of cheap plastics and Dark Carbon upholstery that looks cheap but does mask stains well.

Laureate cars get a little more silvery plastic around the heaters controls, while SE Summit cars swap black for orange upholstery and drop the satin trim in favour of Burnt Orange pieces that – like a fake tan – won’t be for everyone.

On the upside, you’re unlikely to find the Dacia Sandero Stepway’s dashboard difficult to use. The Stepway’s back-to-basics nature keeps buttons to a minimum and the switches that are there are logically laid out.

You can have Asporo (man-made) leather seats for £500, but there’s little point unless you want to make the interior easier to clean. Dacia will also sell you floor mats – basic ones are £25 and rubberised items will set you back £40, but a trip to Halfords will see you pay half that.

The Stepway’s raised suspension means elderly relatives will have less of a struggle clambering into the back

Mat Watson
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There’s only one infotainment system available for the Dacia Sandero Stepway, and you’ll have to buy a Laureate or SE Summit car to get it. It’s a simple system – the graphics are clear and the menus are easy to navigate. The touchscreen is a little tricky to use on the move, particularly because it’s mounted low in the cabin – but a fixed control knob, like you get in a BMW, would be too much to ask for at this price.

The same goes for the stereo. It has four speakers, Bluetooth connectivity, an AUX plug and a USB socket, but that’s about it. Unsurprisingly, the sound is tinny and there’s no option to upgrade.

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