posted 5 years ago

Dacia introduce the UK’s ‘most affordable’ Estate

The new ‘Logan MCV’

Dacia is becoming Europe’s fastest growing car brand, customers have been attracted by the ‘shockingly affordable’ prices and orders have been flowing in. More than eleven thousand orders have filled the books for the first two models in the line up the Duster SUV and the Sandero Supermini. The third car in the range is the Sandero Stepway which is gaining orders fast. The Sandero Stepway combines SUV style with supermini prices starting at just £7995. Now the arrival of the all new Dacia Logan next month will be the icing on the cake. 

The Dacia Logan is a five seat MCV (Maximum Capacity Vehicle); it is based on the Sandero Supermini. It is extremely spacious with 573 litres in boot space with rear seats in place or 1518 litres with them folded in fact it offers unrivalled bootspace for what you are paying for the car, the space is similar to that of the Volvo V70. Not only do you have all this boot space but there is plenty of interior space for five adults.  The price for the Logan is just £6995 which makes the car the most affordable new estate in the country by a massive £4000.  If you want to upgrade your Logan there is the option of adding leather upholstery and even a 7inch MediaNav touchscreen multimedia system. 

Every model in the Dacia range is the most affordable in its class all the cars offer a high level of quality and are spacious, prices in the Dacia range start from just £5995 for the Sandero supermini. The Sandero is a smash hit, not only is it the most affordable car in the UK but it is also the least depreciating. The Dacia Sandero Access is the entry model but specification is far from basic with 15” steel wheels, power assisted steering, a 60/40 split folding seat and daytime running lights. For just another £600 you can purchase the mid level Ambiance which offers radio CD player with fingertip remote controls, USB and AUX input, Bluetooth, remote central locking, electric front windows, body coloured bumpers and 15” ‘Colorado’ wheel trims.

Nine major awards 

Dacia only launched officially in the UK in January 2013, but already has nine major awards, including a hat-trick of trophies at the 2013 awards, including Car of Year and 4x4 of the Year, plus Scottish Car of the Year for Duster and Best Supermini under £12,000 for Sandero with What Car?  

Every model in the UK’s “most affordable SUV” range offers impressive value-for-money, with prices starting from only £8,995. The four-wheel-drive versions cost only £2,100 more for all-weather, go-anywhere ability. As Top Gear said, “no car in the world offers more freedom for your quid than the Dacia Duster”.