Good news! The Dacia Sandero is named best small hatchback

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The Dacia Sandero has been crowned the best performing car in the small hatchback class in the Honest John Satisfaction Index 2018. Achieving a satisfaction rating of 93.8%, the Romanian-built hatchback has been praised for its build quality and ride comfort.

The Sandero in all its might

Honest John studied the feedback of 10,000 car owners who were asked to rate their vehicles in a number of categories, which included reliability, comfort, fuel economy, ease of use and safety to name a few.

The Sandero came overall third in best performing cars

“Proof that cutting costs doesn’t mean cutting corners on quality; the Dacia Sandero is the UK’s best performing hatchback in the Honest John Satisfaction Index 2018, with drivers giving it an outstanding 9.89 out of 10 for reliability. Easy to drive, comfortable and practical, owners also rate the Sandero as a bargain with excellent build quality and affordable running costs.” Daniel Powell, Managing Editor of HonestJohn.co.uk.

Yours for just £6,995

Starting at a reasonable £6,995, the Dacia Sandero is the most affordable new car on sale in the UK. The Sandero comes in three trim levels, with the most expensive version being priced at £8,795 which comes with a touchscreen, sat nav and rear parking sensors.

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Comments (16)
  • The buying public may be very lucky - the Sandero may well be todays Morris Minor.

    3 months ago
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    • Jus w 3 1/2 Ncap safety 😂, can't nock em exept when you try to sell one second hand, give up and send to scrappy

      2 months ago
  • The Dacia Sandero appears to embody the virtues of modesty and thriftiness, and , it appears to be fitted with common sense as a standard feature. If it could, it would probably sit quietly somewhere, reading a newspaper.

    3 months ago
    4 Bumps

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