Dacia are certainly going all out this year with getting their no nonsense car brand out to the public, they are following some of the big brands like Supreme and Kanye West and are opening their first ever pop-up store at Westfield, Stratford.
Starting November 23rd and running till the 3rd Dec, that's right its already started, why not have a look?
The car brand that is part of Renault and has the tagline 'You do the Maths', offer good value cars including a hatchback, estate and an SUV.
Dacia are showcasing their auto brand to festive shoppers, the no nonsense car brand and are determined to showcase their range of vehicles surrounded by fun and wonder. The fun started on November 23rd and runs through till December 3rd December, this gives you chance to get up close with the great value award-winning range of cars starting at £5995.
Through out the the week you will be able to enter a competition to win rugby league tickets too, as well as explore the Sandero, Sandero Stepway, Duster and Logan MCV Stepway, and not just that you will also have access to the full model range offering via iPad.
This Dacia Pop Up store is well worth attending, you'll witness some great cars at an affordable cost, at this years SMMT North we managed to get behind the wheel of the Dacia Logan MCV, and from our 30min drive it ticked all the boxes, economical, roomy, easy to drive, smooth engine and gear box, as did the Duster we managed to grab for a day, very capable, roomy, powerful and economical.
As we mentioned before the Dacia range will be on display this includes Sandero stepway and Sandero, the Logan MCV Stepway and of course the SUV Duster, great cars with no-frills.
Dacia since its release have offered great value vehicles which are robust, spacious and original in design. The car range that allows everybody to buy new, the brand has been rated one of the best car manufacturers in 2017 for reliability out of 36 rivals for the Which car guide. The Sandero also won the tiltle of Best small car under £12,000 by Whatcar.
Dacia relaunched by parent company group Renault launched in 2013, in Europe since the brands revival in 2004 over 4.5 million vehicles have been sold.