Dacia. The comeback kid of the automotive world. Once a communist-state owned company, Dacia are now owned by Renault and thriving. You may have noticed how many Dacia’s are currently on the road, there seems to be more and more every day. They are becoming an ever increasing sight on the UK road network, and for good reason. Their cars are affordable, they are now well built and they are reliable. That word; reliable. Reliability, or unreliability, has plagued Dacia since the days they were owned by the State, with it not uncommon to see drivers fixing their cars on the side of the road. And though that was a long time ago, and Romania no longer a communist country, the unreliability tag seems to have stuck. But is this still the case? Are Dacia still as unreliable as they once were? In this article, we look at everything to do with reliability and Dacia, including comparing it to some of its main rivals.
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