Dacia nets another reliability gong | Awards - Car News Aug 2017


15:31 Tuesday 08 Aug 2017

Dacia are celebrating after topping the 2017 Which? Car Guide for reliability.

Dacia was awarded a five star brand reliability rating for its cars in the zero to three year old category, as well as for cars aged three to eight years old, beating off competition from 35 other manufacturers.

The guide measures reliability and customer satisfaction, based on feedback from over 44,000 UK car owners based on their experience during the last 12 months. This includes breakdowns, faults, repair costs, the time a car is off the road for repair, and the most common fault types for each model.

It is the latest plaudit to come Dacia’s way since the brand returned to the UK four years ago, developing a reputation for Dacia that has seen it shift over 100,000 units since then.

Louise O’Sullivan, Dacia’s UK chief, said, “We’re delighted that Dacia has been rated as one of the most reliable car brands in the Which? Car Guide 2017.  The results are yet another eliability of our models. The simple Dacia range offers great value for money motoring and the most affordable cars in their respective segments.”


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