Do you remember the bumpers, wheel arches and exterior of the 1990s? On the gray Plastikbeplankungen that you could get for a lot of money in a lacquered finish? The there are still only have made it clever marketing departments to make an unpopular basic equipment a desirable optional. Just 20 years later, the car buyers pay a premium in order to equip their vehicles with dark hard plastic. The models are then called Alltrack, Cross, Scout, Rocks, Allroad, trekking, X-Perience or in the case of Dacia Stepway.
The crazy thing is that it works: Dacia Sandero sold by more than half of the vehicles as Stepway model ( from 9,890 euros ). No wonder that the cheap Renault offshoot two models nachschiebt with the off-road crossover look. As of now, the models Dokker and Lodgy can be ordered in a outdoor version.
Characteristic of Dokker and Lodgy Stepway in the variant is like the Sandero, the robust-looking crossover design. These include, among others, held in matt chrome front and rear aprons in the style of an underride protection and Radlaufschutzleisten and side skirts made of black plastic. 16-inch alloy wheels, exterior mirrors and roof rails come standard with a titanium look.
Inside, the crossover operator is next blue accents on the instruments, the center console or the air vents a touch more Special Equipment: Electric windows front, radio central locking, manual air conditioning, cruise control and a multimedia system with screen, Bluetooth and AUX port count In addition, amenities.
As engine for both crossover models are a Turbo petrol engine with 115 hp and a turbo diesel with 90 hp for the Dokker Stepway ?? 107 hp in the Lodgy Stepway ?? for election. In January 2015, the look-roader roll to the dealers. 13,290 € then you pay for the Dokker, 14,490 euros for the Lodgy. The painted " street version " of the two vehicle models are readily comparable with the 115-horsepower gasoline engine from 11,990 euros ( Dokker ) and 13,690 euros ( Lodgy ) . (ml)