No nonsense offers give smart-buy Dacia a value boost
By Kyle Linsay
Wednesday, September 2, 2015 - 12:00
Cost-conscious car buyers keen to get behind the wheel of a new 65-plate Dacia this autumn will find a typically straightforward offer at their local dealer…a generous manufacturer deposit contribution and an extended warranty on their favourite model.
The offer, which shaves up to £750 off the initial deposit payment and adds an automatic 5-year/60,000 mile warranty, makes owning a Dacia more ‘shockingly affordable’ than ever and delivers even greater value for money from a brand already voted the number one ‘bang for your buck’ brand by consumers.
Available across the range (excluding Access versions) the no-nonsense offer means customers choosing the Sandero supermini, still the UK’s most affordable car at £5,995 RRP, the nation’s lowest priced estate – the Logan MCV – priced from £6,995 RRP and the Sandero Stepway compact crossover, available from £8,395 RRP, will receive a £500 manufacturer deposit contribution towards their down payment.
Meanwhile, those opting for the Dacia Duster – the brand’s serial award-winning SUV priced from £9,495 RRP – will receive a £750 payment towards their deposit.
All eligible models will automatically come with the free 5-year/60,000 mile warranty but buyers can opt for the added protection and value of a 7-year/100,000 mile warranty for a one-off fee of just £395 RRP – a saving of £455 over the usual price.
As ever, Dacia’s supremely flexible and easy-to-understand finance options allow buyers to tailor a payment solution that’s right for them. Buyers are able to specify a deposit of between 0% and 90% and payments over anywhere from 12 to 60 months on Hire Purchase finance solutions.
The offers further strengthen Dacia’s position as the nation’s favourite value car brand, giving buyers yet more motorcar for their money.
This year, the brand was ranked number one of all car manufacturers for value for money in the hugely importantAuto Express Driver Power 2015 survey and also came first for overall brand satisfaction in the Which? Car Guide 2015/16. Both polls measured the opinions of real Dacia owners.