Renault launched in Brazil a facelift version of its model Sandero, which comes with a slightly modified and more ergonomic design, Realitatea.net reports. Sandero facelift will be sold in Romania and Europe starting 2012-2013, Dacia officials announced. The European version of the car, sold under the Dacia brand, might differ from the Brazilian one, because the French carmaker keeps some differences between the models sold under its own brand and those sold as Dacia. The new Sandero facelift – with the Stepway version included – has a new radio-CD with a wider front panel, new A/C buttons, new window opening buttons located on the driver’s door, and a redesigned, sportier dashboard. The facelift model sells at prices between 28.7 million Brazilian reals (EUR 12,600) for the version with 1 liter engine, 16V and Authentique equipping level, and 42 million reals (EUR 18.400 M) for the 1.6 liter engine, 16V and the top equipping level – Privilege. In Brazil, cars cost several thousand EUR more than in Europe, hence the price difference.