Dacia Sandero - can my sums really be correct?

I'm looking at the Dacia Sandero, which would be my first new car. Although the Access spec suits me fine, it seems the Ambience with the more efficient Tce 90 engine makes sense. At 6000 miles/ year, I would save £200/ year on fuel and tax, offsetting the £1400 price difference in 7 years.

Am I deluding myself, or can I trade up to the blingier model effectively for free?

Asked on 23 March 2013 by mad_rich

Answered by Honest John
No. I think your sums make sense.
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