Dacia SE Summit editions launched on Sandero, Duster and Logan MCV models

Extra kit for new top-spec special edition Dacia Duster, Sandero and Logan MCV Stepway models

Duster SE Summit

A new range of Summit special edition Dacia models has been launched with prices starting from £10,995 for the Sandero Stepway version. It's also available on the Logan MCV Stepway and the Duster, with Dacia saying the Summit pack is inspired by 'the great outdoors'.

All are available in a new Nordic Grey exterior colour, but the Sandero Stepway version is also available in a new Magma Orange as well. All cars come with 16-inch 'Dark Metal' alloy wheels. 

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Orange piping on the seats and extra stitching are featured on the inside of the new Summit models, plus some more orange details around the cabin to mark out the special-edition cars. 

Sandero and Logan MCV Stepway versions get a rear parking camera and a front armrest on top of the Laureate trim kit list, which also includes air-con, sat-nav, DAB radio and Bluetooth. The Summit pack costs £800 more than an equivalent Laureate model.

The Duster version is based on the Prestige model from the standard range and gets the same grey paint colour and new 16-inch alloys, plus a body kit with wheelarch guards and extra body cladding. It also gets sat-nav, air-con and DAB radio as standard.

While the Sandero Stepway SE Summit costs from £10,995, the Logan MCV version starts at £12,925 and the Duster at £15,195.

What do you think of the Summit editions? Let us know in the comments...

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