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Daihatsu services doubled to 12,000

DAIHATSU has become the latest manufacturer to extend service intervals on its petrol-engined cars and vans. Previously, after a 600-mile check and oil change servicing was needed every 6,000 miles. Now servicing will only be required at 12,000 miles.

As a result routine servicing of a Cuore, Move or Sirion now costs £245 less over three years/36,000 miles. Servicing a Grand Move and Terios during the same period will cost £218 less and the new 1.3 litre Hijet around £166 less.

Daihatsu's only diesel engined range, the Fourtrak will continue to require servicing every 6,000 miles.

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