Where are Dacia Cars Made?
Dacia is a Romanian brand and since its founding, all Dacia cars have been manufactured in Romania. Their sole production site is in Mioveni, Romania.
Who Owns Dacia?
Since 1999, Dacia has been part of the Renault group. In total the Renault group is made up of five brands: Renault, Dacia, Renault Samsung Motors, Alpine and LADA.
When was Dacia Founded?
The Dacia brand was born in 1966 under the name Uzina de Autoturisme Pitești (UAP). The first Dacia cars were licensed Romanian versions of the Renault 8 and Renault 12.
How Much is a Dacia Car?
Dacia is known for its affordability, so Dacia cars can be a more budget-friendly option for prospective car buyers.
What are the most popular used Dacia cars?
Dacia Duster - The impressive Dacia Duster is making significant inroads in the entry-level off-road sector. Anyone looking for a used SUV through our network of respected dealers will soon be aware of this value-for-money mid-sized crossover. This entry-level SUV costs just over £10,000 new, but you can leave it to our trusted used cars dealers to bring this price even further down for you.
Dacia Sandero - This hugely popular sub-compact hatchback quickly gained a massive following from launch. Used car buyers flock to the Sandero when looking for a reliable, practical and affordable supermini. You can pick up a brand-new Dacia Sandero for just over £7,000. At findandfundmycar, you get can your hands on a cheaper used Sandero for less from one of our trusted second hand car dealerships.
Dacia Logan - If you want a second hand estate car with ample boot space and the sporty looks of up-market models like the Audi Allroad without the price tag, then a used Dacia Logan could be a great choice for you. The Dacia Logan is arguably a very affordable estate car from new, retailing from just £9,880 in 2020. However, if you choose to look for a used car instead, you could see prices from as low as £4,500 from our trusted network of used cars dealerships.