Dacia make buying online easier | Car Talk - Car News Apr 2020

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12:15 Wednesday 15 Apr 2020

With a UK lockdown in place and showrooms closed to the public, Dacia has moved to make online car buying easier.

Dacia has lifted the £250 delivery fee for all new models purchased through their online portal.  The Dacia Buy Online portal at https://buy.dacia.co.uk enables customers to access all the models and offers usually found at Dacia retailers.

Current special offers include a £750 deposit contribution towards the new Duster Bi-Fuel model when purchased on a 6.9% APR finance package.  A price drop of £250 has been introduced on the Sandero and Logan MCV, also available with 6.9% APR finance.  The final part of the online process sees buyers choose between Click & Collect or Home Delivery, and while the latter usually comes at a cost of £250 this will now be free of charge until 30th June 2020.

Luke Broad, Head of Brand for Dacia UK, said: “The fact that customers are able to go through the entire new car buying process without the need to even leave their own homes or even the sofa, is an amazing thing.”

 

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