The exterior features of the Sandero Sedan are pretty limited, and those that are available are as basic as they come. The engine is basic enough to get the job done without any frills, meaning no extra power and only decent fuel economy, and the five speed transmission could definitely use a little more precision. The suspension on the other hand provides pretty good balance between comfort on bumpy roads and road handling in various weather conditions. Although anti-lock brakes and brake assist are available on both standard safety packages, neither one has the electronic stability program that is much sought after for additional safety on the road. Overall, the safety features that are available come in about average. They are not the greatest, but they could definitely be worse.
Finding fault with the interior features of the Sandero Sedan is not as easy as it is on the exterior, even though the features are still pretty basic. All four side windows are electric and the color scheme provides brightness to the entire interior, but the overall feel of the car reflects the cost. There is above average storage space in the trunk department for all luggage needs, but the leg room for passengers is quite limited. The plastic trim is not quite from this era either, which means that if you scratch it, it will stay. As for comfort on the other hand, the Sandero Sedan measures up pretty well. Although the controls for everything (air conditioning, windows, etc.) are kind of bulky and not very conveniently placed, the overall comfort of the seats is not too bad. Even though this may not be a lifetime car, the stereo, comfortable seats, and enough room for five makes it a decent and affordable choice for a first family car.