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.
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