More equipment for the range and a £10,995 price tag for the Sandero Stepway SE Summit takes it to mid-range Suzuki Swift money

The Dacia Sandero Stepway SE Summit, as well as SE Summit specs for the Logan MCV Stepway and Duster.

The top-spec cars cost from £10,995 on the Sandero Stepway, £12,295 on the Logan MCV Stepway and £15,195 on the Duster. The spec offers exclusive paint colours in addition to the equipment upgrades.

Inside, contrasting piping and stitching adorns the seats, while some interior trim is finished in the same colour. A Stepway logo is embroidered into the seat backs, while a parking camera and front central armrest have been added to the equipment list, which matches that of the Laureate spec. Dacia claims that the spec includes £800 of free upgrades.

On the Duster, in addition to exclusive paint and alloys, the spec adds wheel arch guards and side mouldings, and the same contrasting orange interior trim to the Prestige-spec Duster.

First deliveries of the SE Summit range are expected to take place in June.

Read more: 

4x4 heroes - the best off-roaders compared

1985 Dacia Duster road test - Throwback Thursday

Dacia Duster facelift revealed at Goodwood

Zero-star Global NCAP crash rating for base spec Renault Duster in India

Our Verdict

Dacia Sandero

The Sandero represents basic motoring done well, for those who really want it

Join the debate


17 May 2017
Who comes up with these names? I can't decide if Stepway sounds like a cleaning product or a stair lift. What it doesn't sound like is anything worth paying for.

Add your comment

Log in or register to post comments

Find an Autocar car review

Driven this week

  • Dallara Stradale
    The Stradale is the first road-legel car from Italian motorsport constructor Dallara
    First Drive
    16 March 2018
    The motorsport constructor's first road car is inspired by Lotus minimalism. Does it thrill on road and track?
  • Hyundai i30 N
    Standard spec is good so paint colour is our car’s only option
    First Drive
    16 March 2018
    What’s Hyundai’s first hot hatch and N-brand debutant really like? Let’s find out
  • Porsche Boxster GTS
    This is the new GTS version of the Porsche Boxster
    First Drive
    15 March 2018
    The 718-generation Boxster is our favourite roadster of the moment – so is this new GTS variant worth the extra outlay?
  • BMW 5 Series
    First Drive
    15 March 2018
    The BMW 5 Series is top of the mid-exec pack, but is there still room for a diesel saloon in everyday family life?
  • Audi A7 front
    First Drive
    14 March 2018
    The new Audi A7 Sportback looks the part, but how does the new Mercedes-Benz CLS rival cope on UK roads? We find out