Renault Group has announced its April offers for both Renault and Dacia on the back of the first quarter, which sees the Renault Group in third position in the market year to date. Renault vans are on the podium and Renault Group is at number four in the passenger car market with its Renault and Dacia car ranges. For the month of April, Renault is offering 3.9% APR finance and 3 years’ servicing across the entire range of Renault cars including the ever-popular Clio, Captur and Kadjar. The Mégane Range has a fantastic 0% APR HP offer available over 4 years and this applies to all orders taken through to the 30th April. The always popular Mégane range includes the Mégane Hatch, Mégane Grand Coupe saloon, and Mégane Sport Tourer, in petrol and diesel engine options. Renault’s award-winning van range is available at 3.9% APR HP over 60 months and applies to Kangoo, Trafic and Master. If you’re planning on going electric this Spring, the zero-emissions Renault ZOE Z.E. 40, the most affordable electric car on the market will offer 0% APR and 0% B.I.K as standard for 191 making the switch to a ZERO Emission vehicle even more attractive.
Dacia customers can avail of ZERO Deposit and 2.9% APR HP on all Sandero Stepway orders taken before 30th April 2019….you do the maths! The Sandero Stepway offers SUV styling at a shockingly affordable supermini price. Customers visiting Dacia dealers can avail of great offers during Sandero Saturdays in April. Meanwhile, customers can avail of an unmissable ZERO Deposit and 4.9% APR offer across the rest of the Dacia range in April including the rugged All-New Duster, Ireland’s most affordable SUV, the compact Sandero, which at €10,990 is the most affordable car in Ireland, and the spacious Logan MCV, the only estate car under €13,000. Special offers and 24-hour test drives are also available on the Renault and Dacia passenger car range at dealerships nationwide.
Renault and Dacia offers are available at all dealerships through Renault Bank, providing customers with lower interest rates and amazing savings versus high street commercial banks.