Wednesday September 30, 2020

Dacia: buy nice or buy twice?

Is it possible to pick up a good new car for the cost of a decent used vehicle?

18th December, 2016
The most rounded and convincing of the Dacias on offer in Ireland is the Duster

Dacia’s premise is simple: enjoy all the pleasures of buying a new car and the peace of mind a three-year/100,000km manufacturer’s warranty brings for the price of a solid used vehicle. Why risk the potentially hidden perils of the secondhand market when a factory-fresh motor could be yours?

It’s a ploy the Renault-owned Romanian company has pressed into good service ever since it officially arrived in Ireland in 2012. The...

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