Monday, 24 September 2012








Bristol Dacia dealers City Motors and SJ Cook and Sons will be offering shoppers in Yate the chance to take the “Dacia Challenge” from Thursday 27th to Saturday, 29th September.

Visitors to the stand will be invited to spot the difference in price between ‘fancy items’ and ‘fantastic value items’ to be in with a chance of winning cinema tickets as well as being entered into a national draw to win a brand new Dacia Duster and a luxury trip to Marrakesh to experience having a drive in a Duster through the desert.

Emma Cook from City Motors and S J Cook and Sons said: “We want to challenge customers to make decisions about what is important in a purchase and what is unnecessary frill. The Dacia Challenge will get people thinking and reveal some of the key benefits of buying Dacia over some other SUVs, and prove to them it is great value for money and not a cheap substitute.

“The game show element to the challenge is also a lot of fun and you could leave the concerts with more than great memories as we have a number of prizes up for grabs.”

The Dacia Challenge consists of four rounds, with four people going through to the final. Contestants are asked to ‘do the maths’ to work out the savings they would make on fancy and fantastic value items, which are designed to do the same job, look similar, but have different price points. The challenge features a number of items, including a lamp, chair, cushion and Duster SUV, and the closest savings estimate in the final wins a family cinema ticket.

The Duster SUV has a starting price of £8,995 for the entry-level model, which features a 1.6 litre 16-valve engine, generating 110 HP. Duster also comes in a four-wheel drive and 1.5 dCi diesel version.  The Dacia Sandero supermini has also just been unveiled shortly, and is likely to be the UK’s most affordable car when it opens for ordering soon.

The ‘shockingly affordable’ Dacia Duster, the flagship SUV from Dacia, owned by the Renault Group is available with a price tag of under £9,000, the Duster offers new owners outstanding value for money.

The Duster SUV right-hand-drive models arrive in the UK at the beginning of 2013, however, both City Motors and S J Cook and Sons have reserved a prime space in the showroom for a European left-hand-drive version so that customers can get acquainted with it.

The Duster SUV is priced from just £8,995, with 4x4 versions starting from £10,995, several thousand pounds cheaper than comparable models, and offering a car from two classes above for the same amount of money as a city car. There will be a wide selection of petrol and diesel engines on offer, with the entry-level model featuring a 1.6 litre 16-valve engine, generating 110 HP, with front-wheel drive.

Its muscular design is both rugged and protective, suited to both off-road and urban driving, and those seeking to add a personal touch to their new vehicle can choose from an extensive range of  style and protection accessories, including chrome styling bars and wheel-arch extenders.

A refundable deposit of just £100 will secure a Dacia Duster for delivery in early 2013.

For more information, pop along to Yate Shopping Centre between Thursday, 27th and Saturday, 29th September or visit City Motors, Pioneer Park, off Whitby Road, (0117 972 3030) or SJ Cook and Sons, Station Road, Kingswood, ( 0117 957 9700).

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1 comment:

  1. Typical to its French lineage, the Duster looks dynamic and rugged.Indian SUV lovers community has received the Duster with a great warmth.Its a perfect SUV under 10 lac budget.If we talk about its exterior Renault Duster wheels are wide-size which gives it a strong grip over rough terrains.