Used 2012 Renault Sandero Stepway Sedan Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2012 Renault Sandero Stepway Sedan

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 Pros The Sandero Stepway is just as attractive on the inside as it is on the outside. Although its initial impression says rugged outdoors, there are plenty of comforts on the inside that say otherwise.

 Pros Safety features are standard and there is no need to add something that is not there like on some vehicles.

 Pros Decent road handling despite the overall size of the vehicle. Because the engine does not provide massive horse power, the overall fuel consumption is pretty decent as well.

 Pros Interior features are provided that are no longer standard on many vehicles. This makes it easy for individuals to save a little money on everyday conveniences that they might not get anywhere else.

 Pros The Sandero Stepway provides buyers with low running costs. Although there will definitely need to be repairs at some point, the costs associated with those repairs are less than on other cars in the same group.

 Pros There is plenty of room for storing whatever else needs to go. The trunk space is larger than in similar vehicles and can be made even larger thanks to the split rear bench seat that can be easily folded for more space.

 Pros Great family car for small families. There is room for kids and pets and there are plenty of safety features to keep everyone safe.

 Cons Only the most basic of features are provided, with no options to choose from that might make a difference.

 Cons The overall interior feel is not very uniform. With electric windows in the front and manual windows in the rear, going from one to the other provides a lot of inconvenience for drivers, especially when traveling alone and the rear windows are required.

 Cons The rear seats are not as roomy as they could be. They are the perfect fit for children or smaller adults, but putting a larger adult in the back makes for a very cramped ride.