Dacia signs a representation contract with the German association ADAC


Dacia signed an important partnership with the ADAC association in Germany for the sale of leased cars. ADAC’s German customers will be able to turn their attention from now on to several models from the Mioveni-based Romanian manufacturer’s range, including the Jogger, Duster, Sandero and Sandero Stepway.

“We are currently expanding our LPG leasing portfolio as we want to offer ADAC members other alternative mobility options in addition to our focus on electromobility. Therefore, we are very happy about the new partnership with Dacia, which is a leader in the LPG sector” the German association transmits through the official website.

In addition, the association conveys to its members that “Leasing, especially as an option for temporary use, is ideal for alternative forms of driving. ADAC members can easily find out if this variant suits their mobility profile. The price of LPG is relatively stable, a major advantage in the volatile fuel market, and is currently about half the price of diesel.”

ADAC also discusses the environmental effects of using LPG, with CO2 emissions being 13% lower compared to gasoline. At the same time, the emissions of nitrogen oxides turn out to be much lower in this case. There are currently over 6,000 LPG filling stations in Germany.

ADAC has over 21 million members

Such a partnership proves to be extremely important and advantageous for Dacia as well, as the Romanian manufacturer will have direct access to a huge customer base of ADAC. The German association had over 21.2 million members in the middle of this year, a significant figure from any point of view.

“We are delighted to be able to offer such a strong range of products, such as our ECO-G models, exclusively for ADAC members. The appearance in the world of ADAC models marks a promising start of our successful cooperation and strengthens confidence in the Dacia brand, a brand that is in full expansion”, says Denis le Vot, CEO of Dacia.

Source: ADAC


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