Thursday 31st July 2008
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Motorists could find that they save money by picking up the new limited edition Terios Kiri vehicle from Daihatsu.Only 250 units have been made so far, priced at £13,895 on-the-road, which is above the original Terios 1.5 S' cost of £12,995.Features of the new vehicle, which is decorated in a unique metallic paint cover, include five-spoke alloy wheels, a hard space wheel cover and roof rails.The vehicle is also environmentally-friendly, emitting 185g CO2 per km, which could save drivers money when it comes to car insurance if cover firms reward eco-conscious motoring.Daihatsu remarked: "The award-winning Terios range has a high standard specification which includes air-conditioning, power-steering ... and full-time four-wheel drive with electronic centre diff-lock."The release of the Terios Kiri comes as the Times has remarked that the Daihatsu Materia, the company's new family-size model, "pushes the parameters of standard car design".

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