We use cookies on whatcar.com to improve your browsing experience and to provide you with relevant content and advertising, by continuing to use our site you agree to this. Please see our privacy policy for more details. Continue

Daihatsu launches limited editions

17 August 2007

Daihatsu has launched limited edition models of its Terios and Sirion models.

The Terios Centenary mini-4x4 is based on the entry-level S model, but has additional equipment including silver metallic paint, alloy wheels, a leather-covered steering wheel, front foglamps and roof rails.

It is powered by a 103bhp 1.5-litre petrol engine and costs £12,695, which is £350 more than the S model.

There's also an offer on S cars, too, which come with £1000 off list price until the end of next month.

The Sirion Centenary is based on the entry-level Sirion S, and comes with extra equipment such as silver metallic paint, alloy wheels, electronically adjustable door mirrors and driver's seat adjustment.

It is powered by a 68bhp 1.0-litre petrol engine.

It is priced at £7395, which is £115 more than the Sirion S.

Sirion S cars also get a price cut - in this case, £500, which lasts until the end of September.

Both Centenary cars are limited to 100 models each and go on sale in September. They are so-called because the company is 100 years old this year.

Haymarket Logo What Car? is brought to you by Haymarket Consumer Media
What Car? is part of Haymarket Motoring
© Haymarket Media Group 2015