29 July 2004

If you’re tempted by Daihatsu’s wacky Copen roadster, the new Vivid special edition might get you going.At £12,995 it’s £500 less than the standard model, but you’re also getting £700 worth of extras, including heated seats, leather steering wheel and special red paint.

Just 200 of the Vivid special editions are going to be sold and you can place an order by going to Daihatsu’s website, www.daihatsu.co.uk. Go through a dealer, though, and there’s a fighting chance of a discount.

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