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http://www.autoexpre...-sandero-access
They reviewed the famous Acces model. To me it seems a bit biased. You can tell that the reviewer is used to luxury cars and expects to much from the basic model.

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Two recent ones:
http://50to70.com/in...-16v-75-driven/
http://www.carbuzz.c...dero-Review-419

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http://insidelane.co...ci-90-laureate/

EDIT3: They test drove the diesel today:
http://www.whatcar.c...l-review/265496

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The Richard Hammond test drive: The Dacia Sandero has everything you need - and nothing you don't

http://www.mirror.co...e-dacia-1749525

http://www.birmingha...-5-door-1729078

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http://insidelane.co...ess-1-2-16v-75/
http://insidelane.co...mbiance-tce-90/

and a bonus



http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/dacia/sandero/63093/dacia-sandero-12-access
http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/dacia/sandero/63096/dacia-sandero-vs-rivals
 

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The mad Irish man has a very positive review of the Sandero here.

 

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This is a very good review of the Sandero:

A week with a Dacia Sandero

http://sniffpetrol.com/2013/04/26/a-week-with-a-dacia-sandero/

And with sense of humor also, especially this paragraphs:

Central locking turns out to be the single greatest invention in the history of mankind and having a four door car without it is a total pain in the arse. Mind you, you could just leave it unlocked all the time. What's anyone going to steal? Apart from the seats. Another early observation; this particular car has a squeaky clutch pedal. Maybe a quality glitch, maybe just a clever attempt to make it feel like its closest rival. Which is a knackered second hand Focus.
This morning a woman in a BMW tried a shitty low speed lane change right in front of me. For a brief moment I thought about not touching the brakes and just driving into her. I've got black, unpainted bumpers. She's got 26 payments left on that 318i and the deposit was more than the value of my entire car. But that wouldn't have been very nice. And the Sandero isn't mine.
A nice read, not your every day journalistic boring review. :)
 

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ionut, i hope u wont mind this...i just wanna underline it for the non-believers

Safety: Euro NCAP always tests the basic model and rates the Sandero as 3 stars overall. This overlooks the fact that this car gets 5 stars in the child protection and 4 stars for adult protection categories. Nor does it say that all models in the Sandero range come with ESC stability control, anti-lock brakes and four front airbags as standard.

Reliability: All Dacia models are thoroughly tested so they can cope in different environments and weather extremes. Not just that but Dacia has access to skills and technology from within the Renault-Nissan Alliance. So perhaps I shouldn't have been so surprised to see that Dacia came in second in Germany's 2010 JD Power Customer Satisfaction survey - behind Audi and ahead of BMW my goodness.

source http://www.foxyladydrivers.com/foxyblog/2013/05/23/dacia-for-frugal-functional-and-foxy-cars/#.UZ3xc7VkO6N
 
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