Jul 28 2008 Mike Torpey
MALAYSIAN car maker Perodua is determined to ensure fans of the budget marque get the best value for money – and has extended a series of special offers.
The upmarket Myvi supermini already offers a high standard specification along with attractive looks at an affordable price.
And with the £1,000 customer cashback offer extended right through the summer period, Myvi represents obvious value for money.
With the SXI manual version from only £6,799 on the road, Myvi really makes a stand among its competitors.
It also comes equipped with features like air conditioning, central locking, electric windows, CD player, power steering plus free metallic paint.
And the Myvi was awarded fifth place in Parker’s Car Guide top ten models with the lowest depreciation for 2007.
Perodua claims that its bargain Kenari model, which combines a spacious interior with a compact exterior, the best value mini-MPV around.
Kenari is easily accessible with tall doors and vast headroom and has a side opening rear door providing a useful load space.
With its economical 1.0-litre engine producing an average 50mpg, there’s the added attraction of a £500 customer cashback offer.
The Kenari GX manual version costs from only £5,630 including £500 cashback. With power steering, electric windows and a radio/CD player, Kenari provides great value without compromise.
Even Perodua’s five-door Kelisa city car is equipped with the latest performance and safety technology, including driver and passenger airbags, side impact protection and an advanced engine immobiliser.
Priced from £4,792 and with free metallic paint worth £200, the manual Kelisa EX is Britain’s lowest priced new car.
With a lively 1.0-litre engine, the Kelisa is nippy and fun to drive as well as being efficient and economical.
Ideal for city use, it can achieve around 55mpg and along with a low insurance group and vehicle excise duty, the Kelisa provides serious value for money.
Parker’s Car Guide recently announced Kelisa as the second best car to hold its residual value during 2007, further supporting the fact that Kelisa is Britain’s best value city car.
The Perodua range’s value doesn’t end with the cars either as the company offers a full range of competitively priced options.
For example, customers purchasing a new Kelisa can take advantage of an SE pack which provides them with RDS radio/CD and reverse park sensors for only £200.