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Dacia Ranges

  • Dacia Duster

    Dacia Duster

    New price:
    £10,780 - £19,005
    Used price:
    £2,652 - £16,644
  • Dacia Logan

    New price:
    £8,320 - £14,530
    Used price:
    £2,008 - £10,617
  • Dacia Sandero

    Dacia Sandero

    New price:
    £6,820 - £11,540
    Used price:
    £1,565 - £10,793

Most popular Dacia reviews

  • Dacia Duster SUV (2018 onwards) Review

    Incredibly affordable small SUV offers style and substance

    Parkers rating: 4.7 out of 5 4.7
    New price: £10,780 - £19,005
    • Fantastic value – both cash and monthly finance
    • Practical, nicely designed interior
    • Pleasant to drive with slick gearbox
    • Well-equipped for the price
    • More road noise than pricier rivals
    • Ride could be more settled
    • Rear seats don’t fold flat
    • Diesel models comparatively pricey
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  • Dacia Logan MCV Stepway (2017 onwards) Review

    Extra cladding but no extra capability for bargain, big-booted estate

    Parkers rating: 3.2 out of 5 3.2
    New price: £12,630 - £14,530
    • Cavernous load area
    • Cheap to buy
    • Efficient engines
    • Should prove dependable
    • Cost-cutting touches are very annoying
    • Driving dynamics below par
    • Not worth the extra money over standard Logan MCV
    • No Dacia is truly desirable
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  • Dacia Sandero (2013 onwards) Review

    Bargain basement prices but rich in roominess

    Parkers rating: 3.3 out of 5 3.3
    New price: £6,820 - £9,930
    • Most affordable new car in the UK
    • Roomy cabin and practical boot
    • Most models are well-equipped
    • Efficient engine range
    • Rivals are more fun to drive
    • Standard kit is poor on base model
    • Diesel engine hikes price
    • Interior quality is off the pace
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  • Dacia Sandero Stepway (2013 onwards) Review

    SUV-style looks add appeal to the Sandero, but at a high price – for a Dacia

    Parkers rating: 3 out of 5 3.0
    New price: £9,030 - £11,540
    • Spacious interior
    • Super-cheap to buy and run
    • Should prove hardwearing
    • Fashionable crossover looks
    • No added capability over regular Sandero
    • Top-end models are too expensive
    • No off-road ability
    • Last-generation tech
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Dacia was founded in Romania in 1966 as a way of boosting local motor manufacture. It was formed as a Joint Venture with Renault, and it was a version of the medium-sized 12 saloon that the company sold throughout the 1970s and '80s.

After years of underinvestment, Renault took overall control of Dacia in 1999, annoucing that it would become its budget brand. The Logan saloon was the first fruit of this collaboration. It proved successful, and led to an expansion of the range with the launch of the Sandero hatchback and Duster off-roader.

Dacia came to the UK in 2012, with the entry-level second-generation Sandero being sold as the country's cheapest new car at £5995. Followed up by an updated Duster and Logan MCV, the company is now an established budget brand.