The new trim level sits near the top of the range of the three models, featuring enhanced kit on top of the ‘Comfort’ models.
On the exterior, it’s distinguishable by its unique side decals and black door mirrors. The 16- and 17-inch alloy wheels also feature a blue centre cap, too.
As for the cabin, the SE Twenty gains blue mesh fabric inserts for the seats, along with blue interior inserts and bespoke floor mats. Spec levels are also bolstered by a reversing camera, while the Duster crossover also features blind spot monitoring.
Prices for the Sandero Stepway, which is essentially a more rugged-looking version of the regular supermini, start from £11,295, while the Logan MCV Stepway estate version costs from £12,795 – each being £400 more than the equivalent Comfort version.
Both cars are offered with a turbocharged 0.9-litre petrol engine producing 89bhp, while the Logan MCV can be had with a 94bhp 1.5-litre diesel engine, too.See Available Dacia deals
As for the Duster, prices start from £15,645, which is £650 more than a Comfort version. The Duster is available with a 128bhp 1.3-litre petrol unit as well as a 113bhp 1.5-litre diesel engine.
Order books for all versions are now open, with first deliveries expected in March.