Here at DriveTribe, we have the privilege of meeting people from all around the world, each bringing unique experiences and perspectives, and we are all united by a common passion: the Renault Sandero.
For some of us, unfortunately, the Sandero is a dream harder to achieve. While in the UK you can get one if you save all your hard earned minimum wage for 6 months, in Romania you would have to live on your parents' basement and not spend a cent for 18 months to be able to afford one.
The Renault Sandero was developed in France through a partnership between Dacia Romania and the Renault do Brasil engineering centers. It was created for the Brazilian market and it was the first Renault car to be first-released outside of Europe. That does not mean that any Brazilian can live a fulfilled life driving a Sandero: it takes 56 months of hard work and no play to be able to afford an entry-level Sandero in the land of the Carnaval.
A saddest life is the one lived by South African Sandero lovers: whopping 73 months of work are necessary to make your dreams of owning the hatch in South Africa.
If you have decided that you cannot live another year without a Sandero, you better move to Switzerland. Working 4 months (and saving it all) in a minimum wage job will get you the car of your dreams.