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Car maker Dacia, owned by French Renault, has slightly increased its market share in Great Britain from 0.6 percent to 0.63 percent in the first seven months of the year. In total, 8,297 Dacia cars were registered in Great Britain, placing the Romanian car manufacturer on the 19th position, out of a total of 38 brands, as shown by data from the the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders in Great Britain.
In July, the total number of Dacia cars registered in Great Britain totaled 1,303 while in June it amounted to 1,829.
Dacia car sales officially debuted in Great Britain in January but pre-orders for the Duster model could be placed as early as June 2012. Thn Sandero model has been available since January 2013.
The carmaker did better on the German and French markets. Thus, Dacia sales in Germany soared by 6.3 percent to 27,601 cars while in France registrations of Dacia vehicles hiked by 8.6 percent up to 54,610 in the first seven months of the year.
Dacia has exported over 2 million vehicles through its logistical center in Mioveni since 2005, according to company officials.
The carmaker said that the activity of its plants and logistics platform generated 7.7 percent of Romania's exports in 2012, making it the largest exporter on the local market. Business Review Romania

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Europe's fastest-growing car brand, Dacia, has attracted hordes of savvy car buyers in the UK with more than 11,000 orders already. And that's mostly for the first two models in its line-up, the Duster SUV and Sandero supermini. The third car, Sandero Stepway, is gaining fast too, so the arrival of the all-new Logan MCV five-seat estate just in time for the new 63-plate on September 1 is the icing on the proverbial cake.

As its catchy TV ad says, Dacia doesn't do frivolity. With every model being the most affordable in its class, combined with a high level of quality and unrivalled space, the cars almost sell themselves.

Prices in the Dacia range start at just £5,995 for the surprisingly spacious Sandero supermini, which was recently hailed the UK's least depreciating new car by leading residual value provider, CAP.

Next up is the newly launched crossover, Sandero Stepway, which combines SUV style and increased ground clearance for when the going gets a little tougher, with supermini prices, starting at £7,995.

The five-seat Logan MCV (Maximum Capacity Vehicle), priced from an eye-catching £6,995, is the most affordable new estate in the country by £4,000. Although it's based on the Sandero supermini, it offers unrivalled bootspace for the cash. In fact, it's so capacious, with 573 litres with the rear seats in place (or 1,518 with them folded), it offers comparable room to that in well-known antique dealer favourite, the Volvo V70. There's also ample interior space for five adults and a range of state-of-the-art petrol and diesel engines. Those looking to splash out can even add leather upholstery or the intuitive seven-inch MediaNav touchscreen multimedia system.

Completing the range is the "shockingly affordable" flagship Duster which has already made a big name for itself after cleaning-up at the carbuyer.co.uk, Top Gear, FHM, Towcar and Scottish Car of the Year awards ceremonies.

Every model in the UK's "most affordable SUV" range offers impressive value-for-money, with prices starting from only £8,995. The four-wheel-drive versions cost only £2,100 more for all-weather, go-anywhere ability. As Top Gear said, "no car in the world offers more freedom for your quid than the Dacia Duster".

Dacia, the "smart buy" offshoot of Renault, has made an enemy of the unnecessary and makes a simple range of cleverly designed, high quality vehicles. Its jaw-dropping prices are clear and straightforward, whether you buy online at the Dacia Store on dacia.co.uk or through your local dealer, Wests. All of the latest Dacia range information, including Logan MCV, is available by calling Dacia on 0844 335 1111 or Wests on 351616.

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