Borrowing £7,500 at a representative APR of 13.9%, annual interest rate (fixed) 13.9%, 59 monthly payments of £170.88 followed by 1 payment of £180.88, total cost of credit is £2,762.80, total amount payable is £10,262.80.
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Having been bought in 1999 by Renault, the Romanian manufacturer Dacia has been going from strength to strength, gaining fans for being affordable, basic and reliable. While the badge might not be one to turn heads, the Dacia has a price tag which is hard not to be enticed by. All used Dacia on the AA Cars website come with free 12 months breakdown cover.Rating 29 Dacia Reviews
The Dacia's main supermini, the Sandero is, in most basic trim levels, one of the cheapest cars on UK roads, yet impresses by being efficient, reasonably comfortable and reliable. It's not a car anyone is going to win a drag race with, but as a basic run-around it has few faults. With a similarly minute price tag is the Duster, a crossover SUV, which, like the Sandero, offers basic performance and comfort for budget cost. Quality is slightly better than the Sandero, but it is still an affordable option. Not a make to fill the heart with longing, Dacias are affordable and efficient, and suited for those who are buying a car out of necessity rather than longing.