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17 used Dacia Sandero Stepway cars for sale near Liverpool

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Used Dacia Sandero Stepway cars in stock near Liverpool

For used Dacia Sandero Stepway cars in Liverpool, choose Arnold Clark

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Arnold Clark offers the best used Dacia Sandero Stepway deals in Liverpool, guaranteed. And if you find a better used Dacia Sandero Stepway deal elsewhere, we’ll give you back double the difference.

Whether you’re looking to finance a Dacia Sandero Stepway in Liverpool or purchase one, we have a wide range of second-hand Dacia Sandero Stepway cars available to buy online safely with Click & Collect and home delivery options available.

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Monthly Payment £155.42
Deposit £249
Term (Months) 60
Cash Price £7498
Credit Amount £7249
Completion Fee £1
Total Amount Payable £9,575
Fixed Interest Rate 5.7%
Representative APR 10.9%
Arnold Clark Automobiles Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (308092) for general insurance and consumer credit purposes. We act as a credit broker sourcing credit to assist with your purchase from a carefully selected panel of lenders. Lenders will pay us a fee for these introductions (click here for details including our panel of lenders and disclosure statement). Offers subject to status, terms and conditions.
* MPG figures are obtained in laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. Please be aware they’re not intended to represent real world efficiency.