Dacia has built cars since 1966, but modern models only launched in the UK in 2012. Dacia is a subsidiary company of Renault and sells three models in the UK.
The Dacia Sandero is a small front-wheel-drive hatchback which lays claim to being the cheapest new car available in the UK. It is a rival to the cheapest versions of the Ford Fiesta - but its price means that it can be considered against smaller city cars such as the Hyundai i10 too.
The Dacia Logan MCV is a roomy, good value estate car with few rivals aside from used versions of the Ford Focus.
The Dacia Duster offers very cheap entry to the crossover market, again competing with used rivals such as the Nissan Qashqai. The Sandero and Logan are built in Romania, while UK-spec Dusters are produced in India.
Dacia dealers don't work like regular UK car salesmen; they have fixed, open pricing, so don't expect to get a discount - or to have to haggle to make sure you're getting the best deal.