The latest Renault Sandero Stepway, badged under the Dacia brand in international markets, has not gotten top marks in its latest Euro NCAP crash test…. Read more →
New to the local market, how does Ford’s new tall-riding Figo Freestyle compare to a popular crossover peer, the Renault Sandero Stepway Techroad? We get… Read more →
JOHANNESBURG – Renault South Africa has rejigged its three-model Sandero range to focus more on the popular Stepway derivative. That means the Dynamique version of… Read more →
Been waiting for Renault to facelift the Sandero? Well, Dacia, the Romanian subsidiary of the French manufacturer, will unveil the facelifted Sandero you see above (in Stepway guise) at this year’s… Read more →
The new Sandero RS is an attempt by Renault to create a car that harks back to the days of simple and affordable hot hatches…. Read more →
Who would’ve thought a budget Renault could embody a victory for bourgeois sensibilities over working-class ethic? We test the Renault Sandero Stepway.
It seems that Renault has a new RS model up its sleeve and it will be for the budget-conscious shopper. Autocar recently spoke to Renaultsport… Read more →
Renault doesn’t believe South African consumers are getting the most for their hard-earned money. And the new Sandero is here to prove it.
Although the proviso of the whole lifestyle hatch/crossover genre is one that seems to sit in a vehicular no man’s land, the bizarre admixture of weekend warrior/round towner is gaining an appreciable audience on the local market. Now Renault has returned to this difficult-to-define fray with its latest Sandero Stepway. Could this model genuinely be the best of both of these worlds?
I find it tough to write about a vehicle if I fall directly in that car’s intended target market. I have to look at the… Read more →