Dacia extends scrappage scheme | Car Talk - Car News Jan 2018


14:22 Thursday 04 Jan 2018

Dacia’s scrappage scheme has been extended until the end of March, enabling customers to save up to £1,000 off the cost of a new Duster or Sandero.

Owners of pre-Euro 4 standard cars registered before 2010 will be able to trade in their vehicle at participating Dacia retailers to claim a £1,000 scrappage allowance on a new Duster or £500 on a new Sandero. Vehicles part exchanged under the scheme will then be scrapped.

Priced from only £5,995, the Dacia Sandero remains the most affordable car on the UK market, while the rugged and robust Dacia Duster SUV starts from just £9,495.


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