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£69 monthly PCP for a new car

UK newcomer Dacia is making its forthcoming Sandero available for a monthly payment from just £69 on Dacia Dimensions (PCP).

At £5,995, the entry-level Sandero Access model is the most affordable new car to buy in the UK.

Buyers are invited to put down a deposit of £1,845, at 9.4% APR, and pay as little as £69 per month - a similar price to some gym membership packages, says Dacia.

Or with a deposit of £699, at 9.9% APR, monthly payments are just £99.

Ordering for the Dacia Sandero is now open, hot on the heels of the Sandero’s bigger sibling, the Dacia Duster SUV, which is available from just £8,995.

Both cars can be pre-ordered online with a no quibble refundable deposit of just £100, or at one of the 135 Dacia Retailers nationwide.

Deliveries of both will start in early 2013.
 



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  • Robin Luscombe - 19/11/2012 16:36

    Suzuki have been selling new Alto at £5995, with £1895 deposit the payment is £69.11 per month on PCP over 43 months, zero road tax, and up to 74.2 MPG.

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  • Robert Wilson - 19/11/2012 22:21

    Sour grapes you may say but my company was the UK Concessionaire for Dacia car and I personally originated and named the ARO-Dacia 1300 4 x 4 the Duster in the eighties. Renault / Dacia have usurped this name Duster and blatantly refuse to compensate us for the use of the name. The business ceased then because not only was the Romanian product so poor that the UK warranty claims on the factory outstripped the landed value of the vehicles. The warranty bill was never paid and the importation had to cease causing us, the importer, and many dealers to cease trading. Standards are now even higher and what assurances can Renault / Dacia give on this Romanian product to guarantee to the unsuspecting dealers and public, of a new generation, that the quality is up to UK standards and that another Romanian third world product debacle will not ensue. Why have they partly distanced themselves from it and not branded it Renault as they now own the factory. It is definitely a brand to be wary off until it proves itself for reliability and quality to the standard that the buyers in this country now demand.

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    • mark hobbs. - 23/02/2013 13:35

      @Robert Wilson - Thanks for the background. My dad tells me in France they do not take trade ins so they will not want them back after the warrnty runs out and do not give discounts,come on even Mercedes give discounts these days! . Looks like a good product but a crap way to sell them. I wonder if they got their ideas from John Deloren and Malcome Briklin!.

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  • Shirley Gould - 20/11/2012 10:53

    I had one of those dusters in the eighties, it was great I could go to market and fit 5 calves in the back!! saved me money with transport costs. It did die in the end but I thought it was cheap and did the job

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    • Mark Hobbs. - 23/02/2013 13:30

      @Shirley Gould - Saw 1 in Vancouver in 89 .Had a horrible black plastic front to hide the 5mph bumber. Must have sold more there than here in Briton. You must have had the good one as the made the Polski Fiat look like a BMW in comparison!.

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