Dacia announces free home delivery for customers buying cars online

Dacia announces free home delivery for customers buying cars online

The firm is one few offering a dedicated online buying facility

Dacia has announced that customers using its ‘Buy Online’ platform will be able to have their cars delivered for free.

Along with firms including Peugeot, Ford and Volvo, the budget brand is one of a few enabling its customers to buy a car completely online. It means that you can still purchase a new vehicle while showrooms are closed due to coronavirus, and without leaving your home.

Previously, customers buying a Dacia online would be charged £250 to have their new car delivered to their home (free delivery to a dealer was available), though this fee will now be waived.

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Dacia offers three core models in its range – the Sandero supermini, Logan MCV estate and Duster crossover, with each being the most affordable new car in their representative sectors. The Sandero and Logan are the two cheapest new cars on sale, too, and are priced from £6,995 and £8,495 respectively. More rugged ‘Stepway’ versions of the Sandero and Logan MCV are also available.

All Dacia versions – including the recently introduced bi-fuel LPG gas-powered models – are available to buy online. The web portal also allows customers to enter part-exchange details, as well as various ways of paying for the car – such as with cash, personal contract purchase (PCP) and hire purchase (HP). The entire buying process can be completed in just four steps.

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.”

While the free delivery offer is available until June 30, the offer works in partnership with the Dacia dealer network to deliver the cars. While models could typically be delivered in just two weeks, the current Covid-19 situation means that deliveries will be delayed. Dacia says that customers choosing home delivery will be prioritised to receive their cars first, though.

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