Perodua has launched a range of SE models offering £300 worth of extra equipmen
30 December 2005

Perodua has launched a range of SE models offering £300 worth of extra equipment to its Kelisa and Kenari budget cars. The SE pack is available for both Kelisa EZi automatic and GZi manual models, as well as the Kenari EZ.

The SE pack adds reverse parking sensors, plus an RDS radio/cassette player for both Kelisa models. The Kelisa EZi and GZi SE models are available for £6399 and £5595 respectively, with the Kenari EZ SE priced at £6930.

The Kelisa also made a return to the world of rallying last month in the Lombard RAC Revival Rally. The Kelisa, driven by district nurse Karen Young, finished in 28th position overall. The car's best performance was on the rally stage at Silverstone, where the Kelisa finished second fastest.

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