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Dacia offers online buying during lockdown
Daciaís website buying process also comes with free home delivery until June 30, 2020.
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Dacia is telling its customers that, despite the constrictions of the coronavirus-related lockdown, they can still buy their ideal new bargain car from the company through its online shopping portal. The brand has also scrapped its home-delivery costs for all models purchased online, meaning buyers will save £250 on the price of a new Dacia. Anyone who orders through the website will also be prioritised for delivery, as soon as Dacia retailers are fully operational in the wake of the pandemic. Buying a Dacia online involves just four simple steps on a connected device, with offers on a couple of models - like the new Duster Bi-Fuel, towards which Dacia will offer customers up to £750 towards their deposit on finance at 6.9 per cent APR; a few other models of the Duster are also available with the deposit contribution, depending on the trim level selected. Customers can also get £250 off a new Sandero or Logan MCV, again with finance at 6.9 per cent APR. The free home delivery, by the way, is available until June 30, 2020, so order now at if you're interested. 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. With transparent pricing, and adjustable deposits and monthly payments, the website helps make this experience as simple as possible."

Matt Robinson - 10 Apr 2020

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