New Dacia SE Twenty special editions add host of extra kit

Dacia has launched a special edition SE Twenty trim-level for the Sandero Stepway, Logan MCV and Duster Stepway

Dacia has launched a special edition trim-level for the Sandero Stepway, Logan MCV Stepway and Duster Stepway, called SE Twenty. The specification adds a host of additional equipment, a range of cosmetic enhancements and a reupholstered interior. All three models are available to order now, with first deliveries expected to arrive in March 2020.

Prices for the Sandero Stepway SE Twenty start from £11,295, while the Logan MCV Stepway special edition is priced from £12,795 – representing a premium of £400 over the equivalent range-topping Comfort models. 

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Both models can be specced with Dacia’s 89bhp turbocharged 0.9-litre three-cylinder petrol engine, which offers claimed economy and emissions figures of 44.3mp and 142g/km of CO2 respectively. The Logan MCV is also available with Dacia’s 94bhp turbocharged 1.5-litre diesel. Both powertrains can only be specced with a five-speed manual gearbox.

The Stepway models feature the same level of equipment as Dacia’s range-topping Comfort specification, with air-conditioning, rear parking sensors, cruise control, a speed limiter and a seven-inch infotainment system with support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The SE Twenty edition also adds a reversing camera to both models.

The Duster SE Twenty is priced from £15,645. It’s available with a broader powertrain range, with buyers offered either a 128bhp 1.3-litre four-cylinder petrol or a 113bhp 1.5-litre four-cylinder diesel – and the choice of either two- or four-wheel-drive. The latter drivetrain is only available as an option on the diesel engine and both powertrains come as standard with a six-speed manual gearbox.

Like Sandero and Logan MCV Stepway SE Twenty models, Dacia’s special edition Duster is based on the flagship Comfort specification, albeit with the addition of multi-view camera and blind-spot monitoring system. Standard equipment includes air conditioning, a seven-inch infotainment system and a pair of heated and electrically adjustable door mirrors.

The trio of SE Twenty models each feature unique side decals along their door sills, gloss black mirror caps and a unique blue centre caps. The Sandero Stepway and Logan MCV Stepway special editions each come with 16-inch wheels, while the Duster comes with a set of 17-inch diamond-cut alloys.

Inside, all three models come with blue mesh fabric seat inserts and either “Stepway” or “Duster” logos embroidered into the front seat backrests, depending on the model. The cabins of each Dacia SE Twenty edition also get new blue surrounds for the air vents and unique floor mats.

What do you make of Dacia’s SE Twenty special edition models? Let us know in the comments section below… 

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