Compact car specialist, Daihatsu, is about to give the UK’s driving instructors a lesson in low-cost motoring thanks to an aggressive new Driving School Programme.
Savings of up to £1,500 can be made by ADI-registered instructors who can choose from some of the most frugal and low-polluting cars currently available.
For example, any Daihatsu Terios mini 4x4 carries a £1,500 rebate, with £1,000 off the Sirion 1.0 litre and 1.3 litre supermini range and £500 off most new Charades. All savings include VAT and are a permanent offer aimed at boosting the Japanese marque’s presence in the influential driving school market.
It means the Terios Tracker can be bought for £8,495 on-the-road by an instructor, the Sirion 1.0 EL Auto for £6,995 OTR and the Charade 1.0 EL five-door for £5,995 OTR.
All Daihatsus come with a three year unlimited mileage warranty, while fuel economy is as good as 68.9 mpg Extra Urban in the case of the Charade, which also qualifies for a £75 per year Road Fund Licence.Published 18 November 2003