So how much are you going to end up paying? Prices start at £15,000 and there are three trim levels, 'Essential', 'Comfort' and 'Extreme SE', all of which are based around the same TCe 110 petrol engine and manual gearbox configuration. Which makes this by quite a stretch the cheapest seven-seater on sale in the UK. Most customers will probably want the mid-range 'Comfort' model. The top 'Extreme' variant at the top of the range features more off road-orientated styling, with additional black body cladding around the wheel arches and bumpers. Plus it gets front and rear skid plates and 16-inch below wheels.
As for infotainment, well three different multimedia systems are being offered, depending on the trim level you choose. The first one is 'Media Control', based around a smartphone app, which replicates the app content on a dash mounted screen. This interface controls your device's navigation, media and telephone contacts. Ideally though, you'd want to stretch to a variant with Dacia's 'Media Display' system, which gives you an 8-inch centre dash touchscreen with 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone-mirroring, along with a 4-speaker DAB audio system. At the top of the range, there's a 'Media Nav' system that adds built-in satellite navigation, along with wireless smartphone connectivity, a 6-speaker audio system and two USB ports.