14 July 2004

Daihatsu’s charismatic Charade city car is a year old this month and, to mark the occasion, the Japanese importer is knocking £300 off every model in the range. The range-topping five-door SL, with its air-conditioning, alloy wheels and side airbags is now available for less than £7k, while the entry-level three-door EL, which includes power steering, electric front windows and door mirrors, central locking, CD tuner, twin airbags and ABS with EBD as standard, costs just £5,995; only the Perodua Kelisa and Kia Picanto are available at UK dealers for less.

The offer can be taken advantage of until the end of September.

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