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Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Dacia owners invited to the UK’s fourth Dacia Day to take place at Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome.

  • Dacia owners invited to the UK’s fourth Dacia Day
  • Dacia Day to take place at Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome, Leicestershire on 13th August 2016
  • Free day out for all the family promises to be the biggest yet
  • Guests invited to try out new skills in falconry and archery amongst many other activities
  • Builds on huge popularity of Dacia Picnics running since 2008 on the continent
  • Entire Dacia range available to test drive – including Duster on a 4x4 course
Dacia is inviting owners from across the United Kingdom to the fourth annual Dacia Day, taking place on 13thAugust at Bruntingthorpe Aerodrome, Leicestershire. The free event, exclusively for Dacia owners will offer opportunities to meet with other passionate Dacia owners and a fun day out for the whole family.
Organised in conjunction with the Dacia Forum, an independent website for Dacia owners in the UK, attendees can enjoy an active family day out by trying their skills at archery and falconry, experience Rugby League up close with an opportunity to take a look around the new Duster Rugby League special editions, test drive each Dacia model – including the Duster on a dedicated 4x4 off-road course, and tickle their taste buds at a cake emporium for those with a sweet tooth. 
There will also be a bouncy castle area for the younger members of the family. The fun day out for all of the family also includes a tour around the Aerodrome’s amazing selection of historic aircraft.

Louise O’Sullivan, Head of Dacia UK, said: “Dacia Day promises to be a fun-filled free event with something for everyone. 
We love to see all of our customers enjoying themselves and many look forward to sharing experiences with other Dacia owners. 
A strong sense of community is one of the reasons why owners rate Dacia so highly so we’re really pleased to be involved with this fourth annual Dacia Day.  
We encourage everyone to bring a picnic with them and to make the most of the day!”
Dacia Day follows on from the popular and long-running ‘Dacia Picnic’ events across Europe, where Dacia owners meet for an enjoyable family day out with activities, socialising and picnics. 
The first Dacia Picnic was held in France in 2008 and they encourage customers and their families to enjoy a day full of events such as volleyball, football, sailing, photo booths and workshops. Dacia organises these events across the world to thank its enthusiastic customers and ever-growing community.
Dacia owners can register to attend by visiting www.info.dacia.co.uk/daciaday
Dacia has proven very popular with owners and critics alike since launching just over three years ago.  What Car? magazine have rated the Sandero ‘Best Small Car under £12,000’ for four consecutive years.  
One of the UK’s largest automotive owner satisfaction studies, Auto Express Driver Power, has placed Dacia in its top five best manufacturers for three consecutive years, out of 32 brands featured in the 2016 survey, with customers praising the brand’s reliability in particular. 
In the separate 2016 Auto Express Driver Power Dealer Aftersales Satisfaction survey customers rated Dacia as second overall in the industry for dealer service – ahead of all premium and luxury brands.  Dacia was ranked fourth out of 34 brands for customer satisfaction, with a 90 per cent satisfaction score, in the 2016 Which? Car survey.
The Dacia range comprises the Sandero five-door hatchback, available in three trim levels with a choice of two petrol engines and one diesel engine. Pricing starts from £5,995, making it the most affordable new car on sale in the UK today. 
The Sandero Stepway is the UK’s most affordable crossover – priced from £8,495.  It combines hatchback practicality with SUV looks and is available in two trim levels with a choice of a petrol or diesel engine.
The versatile Dacia Logan MCV is available in three trim levels and comes with a choice of three engines, including a diesel option that returns up to 80.7mpg (NEDC combined cycle). The Logan MCV is priced from £6,995 OTR.  
The multiple award-winning Duster is the most affordable SUV on the UK market today – priced from £9,495. Duster is available in a choice of three trim levels, with 1.6-litre petrol or 1.5-litre dCi diesel engines and in 4x2 or 4x4 set-ups.
Over 78,000 Dacia models have been sold in the UK since its launch in January 2013. More than four million Dacias have been sold since Groupe Renault reintroduced the brand in Europe in 2004.