Drivers on a budget: Dacia wants your money, but not much of it. The Renault subsidiary has been making quiet inroads into the European market, and is now targeting the UK with a pretty straightforward premise: a car the size of a compact for the price that undercuts the cheapest supermini. Some drivers don't care about badge cachet, or halo branding, or being recognized as a high-flier at the traffic lights, Dacia argues: instead, the Sandreo is the automotive equivalent of white goods. And, with a starting price of £5,995 ($9,149) it has more than a few people interested, too. We caught up with Dacia for some time behind the wheel, and to see if cheap really does mean cheerful.