The Brazilian journalists from Automotivas Noticias published today a series of photographs that capture the facelift prepared for Sandero and Sandero Stepway. Sold in South America under the Renault brand, the small segment model deserved an aesthetic change, and this will profoundly affect the front and a little more subtle the back.
In the photos presented by the Brazilians we can see a Sandero Stepway that has received a more aggressive plastic bumper. The classical grid is replaced by a smaller one and the Renault logo is now placed on a black plastic area behind the continuation of the hood. The projectors are also changed, and the gray shield seems made ??of plastic. At the rear, the main changes relate to the taillights, which are now dark and a little more refined. Also in the back, below the logo, appears the Sandero inscription, in the style of the Duster.
According to the South American journalists, the classical versions of Sandero will receive approximately the same design, as emphasized in the picture below.
The design lines used on the South American models will be fully taken by the Sandero in Europe, the only changes will be the Dacia logo instead of the Renault logo.