- New special edition versions of Sandero, Duster and Logan MCV
- Trim level builds on Ambiance specification with exterior enhancements
- Additional equipment worth as much as £1,190
- All finished in new and exclusive ‘Chestnut’ metallic body colour
- Special editions available from £7,295 – only £500 more than the standard Ambiance versions
- Shockingly affordable Dacia range starts from £5,995
Dacia has introduced the new Ambiance Prime special edition across its Sandero, Duster and Logan MCV model ranges, starting from £7,295, offering cost-conscious drivers something extra in every sense.
Building on the popular Ambiance specification, the new special edition includes additional exterior equipment that when bought collectively adds up to £1,190 – all for a price premium of only £500 over the Ambiance trim and reinforcing Dacia’s ‘shockingly affordable’ approach to motoring.
The arrival of the Ambiance Prime special edition comes at a time when more drivers than ever are opting for the no-nonsense brand, Dacia having recently celebrated its third consecutive year of growth in the UK and selling over 3.5 million cars since relaunching across Europe.
Offering customers the opportunity to enjoy a car that looks more individual without the often associated additional costs, Ambiance Prime models are identified by their own unique ‘Chestnut’ metallic paint finish, the addition of alloy wheels and, on the Sandero and Logan MCV, front fog lights. The attractive extras complement the standard Ambiance features, which include Bluetooth connectivity, electric front windows, body-coloured bumpers, a Radio/CD player with USB and AUX connection, 60/40 split-folding rear seat and Emergency Brake Assist, ESC and ASR (traction control).
In Ambiance Prime trim the Sandero and Logan MCV – the UK’s most affordable car and estate car respectively – benefit from 15-inch ‘Aquila’ alloy wheels, while the Duster features 16-inch ‘Everest’ items.
Ambiance Prime versions of the Sandero and Logan MCV are available with a choice of 1.2-litre 16V 75 and 0.9-litre TCe 90 petrol engines or the 1.5-litre dCi 90 diesel. The Duster comes with either the 1.6-litre 16V 115 petrol or 1.5-litre dCi 110 diesel engine in two- and four-wheel drive configurations.
OWNERSHIP AND PRICING
|Version||CO2 (g/km)||MPG (Combined)||Price (OTR)|
|Sandero Ambiance Prime 1.2 16V 75||130||48.7||£7,295|
|Sandero Ambiance Prime TCe 90||109||57.7||£8,095|
|Sandero Ambiance Prime dCi 90||90||80.7||£9,095|
|Logan Ambiance Prime 1.2 16V 75||130||48.7||£8,295|
|Logan Ambiance Prime TCe 90||109||57.7||£9,095|
|Logan Ambiance Prime dCi 90||90||80.7||£10,095|
|Duster Ambiance Prime 1.6 16V 115 4×2||145||44.1||£10,995|
|Duster Ambiance Prime 1.6 16V 115 4×4||155||41.5||£12,995|
|Duster Ambiance Prime dCi 110 4×2||115||64.2||£12,495|
|Duster Ambiance Prime dCi 110 4×4||123||60.1||£14,495|
Since the brand’s launch in the UK in 2013, Dacia has won numerous awards including What Car?’s ‘Best Small Car under £12,000’ for four consecutive years for the Sandero.
Dacia sold 26,228 vehicles in the UK in 2015, up 10 per cent compared to 2014. Over 70,000 Dacia models have been sold in the UK since its launch in January 2013.
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