Dacia has been rated as one of the most reliable car brands out of 36 manufacturers in the 2017 Which? Car Guide – beating other more well-established and premium automotive manufacturers.

Vehicles manufactured by the Romanian car manufacturer aged between zero to three years old as well its cars aged three to eight years old have been awarded a five star brand reliability rating.

The annual “Which? Car Guide” in 2017 which takes into account reliability and customer satisfaction relies on the feedback from more than 44,000 UK car owners based on their experiences in the last 12 months. It also considers repair costs, breakdowns, faults, time spent off the road for repairs and also the most common fault types for each model. The annual “Which? Car Guide” in 2017, measuring reliability and customer satisfaction, is based on feedback from more than 44,000 UK car owners based on their experience in the last 12 months. As well as breakdowns and faults, it considers repair costs, the time a car is off the road for repairs and the most common fault types for each model.

“We’re delighted that Dacia has been rated as one of the most reliable car brands in the Which? Car Guide 2017. The Dacia range offers great value for money and are the most affordable cars in their respective segments.” said Head of Dacia UK, Louise O’Sullivan.

Other awards Dacia have received for its cars include “What Car?’s Best Small Car under  £12,000” for five consecutive years for its Sandero. Dacia has sold over four million vehicles since Groupe Renault introduced the brand in Europe in 2004. In the UK, Dacia has sold over 100,000 cars to date since the brand was introduced in the UK in 2013.


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Pan Eu Jin
Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.