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Daihatsu reveals summer saver specials

DAIHATSU is celebrating summer with the introduction of two new value-for money entry level additions to its Charade and Sportrak ranges and some substantial price cuts for the Fourtrak.

Fourtrak prices have tumbled by as much as £1,200, but to achieve these savings, Daihatsu has taken out the back seats and made them a £795 optional extra! The range now starts with the Independent TDS at £14,420 - a saving of £1,000 - while the long wheelbase TDL is now £1,200 cheaper at £15,420.

A new model - the £17,420 TDL-SE - bridges the gap between the base models and the flagship TDX at £18,420. The new Charade 1.3 Xi and a top-of-the-range GLXi SE extend Daihatsu's supermini range to six vehicles. The Xi 3dr is available for £7,420 including delivery, while the 5dr version of GLXi SE comes in at £10,820. Standard equipment includes power steering, immobiliser and metallic paint and air conditioning is available as a £600 option.

Joining the new Charades is the Sportrak Xi which is available from £10,420 on the road - but as with its bigger brothers, back seats are an optional extra.

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