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The first-generation Dacia Duster arrived here six years ago when we were in the middle of one of the worst financial crises. If ever there was a new car in recent years born of the time, it was surely Duster, offering Irish motorists great value. Some 10,000 Irish owners bought one.
Confirming its status as Britain’s most affordable car brand, Dacia has taken the top three spots in ‘cap hpi solution’s Pence Per Mile’ (PPM) ratings, which reveal the cheapest cars to buy and run in 20181. While I cannot confirm it for certain, I suspect it would be a very similar result for Ireland.
Dacia launched new special edition versions of the Duster, Sandero Stepway, and the new Logan MCV Stepway at Geneva International Motor Show on March 7.
Dacia launched new special edition versions of the Duster, Sandero Stepway, and the new Logan MCV Stepway at the Geneva International Motor Show.
Dacia Ireland recently introduced the new Duster Phase 2, with changes to both the exterior and interior and enhancements to the range and product offering.
With the introduction of the 162 plate, Renault Group has announced its current 162 offers.
Dacia Ireland tells us of pricing and specification for their new top-of-the-range Signature Prime special edition versions of the Sandero, Duster, and Logan MCV, which were recently unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, and will be on sale here from this week.
Following in the footsteps of the Duster, which launched here in July 2012, Dacia’s new supermini, the all-new Sandero has arrived in Ireland and like its chunkier sibling, comes at a shockingly affordable price.
The arrival of Dacia in Ireland is expected to shake things up a bit.