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Dacia announces scrappage scheme

Time 4 years ago

DACIA today announced a scrappage scheme to help customers trade in and scrap their older vehicle.

The Romanian manufacturer, which is a subsidiary of Renault, is offering a scrappage allowance of up to £1,000, including VAT, that can be combined with its existing range of four-year PCP or HP finance offers, including a deposit contribution of up to £1,250 on a new Duster, excluding the Access version, and a free five-year warranty.

Drivers taking advantage of the scheme must trade in a car that is Euro 4 standard or older, registered by December 31, 2009 and owned in their name for more than 90 days.  Vehicles part-exchanged and meeting these criteria will be permanently destroyed. The new cars must be registered by January 31, 2018.

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The Dacia Duster was recently revealed by automotive data experts Cap HPI as one of the top new cars with the lowest motoring costs. Dacia was also rated the number one car brand for value by 10,000 car owners surveyed by Auto Trader as part of research for its New Car Awards 2017.

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