Bradley’s celebrates Dacia’s growth with special offers

Starting the birthday celebrations at Bradley Dacia in Galway are Robert Bradley, Ray Cafferkey, Enda Cantrell and Gary Mills.

Starting the birthday celebrations at Bradley Dacia in Galway are Robert Bradley, Ray Cafferkey, Enda Cantrell and Gary Mills.

To celebrate five years in Ireland, Bradley Dacia will offer zero deposit and 4.9 per cent APR PCP finance across its range for all orders taken and registered by July 31.

This includes the full range of Dacia - Sandero, Sandero Stepway, Duster, Logan MCV and the new Logan MCV Stepway.

Dacia's fifth birthday celebrations take place at Bradley Dacia, Tuam Road, Galway, from June 13-17 when there will be a test drive competition to win a new Sandero Stepway SE Summit Edition 1.5 dCi90 to the value of €17,290. Customers will also be able to take part in the Dacia birthday parties in each dealership during those dates.

Dacia has also announced its sponsorship of the 2FM Breakfast Republic radio show and a promotion to win a Sandero is currently taking place on air before a winner is announced live on air at the Dacia fifth birthday party on June 15.

With more than 14,000 cars registered since its launch in July 2012, Dacia is a success story in the Irish motor industry, reaching a three per cent market share in 2016.

Key to the brand's success here has been its low pricing, starting at €10,490 for Sandero, and the availability of flexible low rate finance from Dacia Bank.

Duster, the best-selling model in the range with more than 8,000 sold since launch, retails at €16,690.

Enda Cantrell, Bradley Dacia manager, says it has been an interesting five years for the brand in Ireland.

"Launching a new car brand during a recession was seen by many as foolish at the time, but not so. While we're out of the worst of it, people are still looking for more bang for their buck," he says.

"The model range has been updated, plus we've announced top of the range limited editions for those Dacia fans who want to upgrade. We are very proud of what Dacia has achieved in Galway."

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