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Dacia New for Old scheme

Dacia new for old scheme

Save up to £1,000 on a new Dacia car*

With Dacia's New for Old scheme you can save between £500 and £1,000 when you swap your old vehicle for a brand new Dacia car.

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If your vehicle was registered on or before the 31st March 2014 and you have owned it for 90 days or more, you could be eligible for our New for Old Scheme saving towards your purchase of selected new Dacia vehicles.

How much New for Old allowance will I receive?

Model Old for New Allowance
Duster £1,000
Sandero Hatch & Stepway £500
Logan MCV & Stepway £500

Save on a new Dacia car with the New for Old scheme

For more information on our Dacia new for old scheme, please call us or send us an email
*New for Old Scheme available to private retail customers at participating dealers only, when you trade in any passenger or LCV vehicle registered by 31 March 2014. Trade in vehicle must have been registered to the customer for at least 90 days before the order date of the new vehicle. Alternatively, the owner of the vehicle must be able to show a direct relationship (parental, spouse or sibling) with the individual purchasing the new vehicle. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with other national offers. Dacia UK reserves the right to withdraw or amend this offer at any time, without notice. Vehicle must be ordered by 1 June 2020 and registered by 30 September 2020. New for Old Scheme allowance of £1,000 on Duster, £500 on Sandero Hatch and Stepway, and £500 on Logan MCV and Stepway.

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