Rising fuel prices may be having a major impact on motoring costs but Perodua can provide an economic solution for motorists. Perodua has always represented unbeatable value for money and also provides excellent fuel consumption; Kelisa EX, for example, returns up to 64.2 mpg*. Fuel consumption is only part of the story however, as the Perodua range is also inexpensive to own and run with both the Kelisa EX and GXi placed in the top five of the CAP lowest running costs league table. In fact the Kelisa EX, priced at just £4,699 delivered**, is the most affordable five door car to own and run in the UK, at an incredibly low 14.2 pence per mile over 3 years/60,000 miles including purchase price, running costs and depreciation.
There are a number of fantastic deals available on Kelisa at present including cash back offers, zero and low deposit finance through Perodua Financial Services (subject to status), and value packages which enhance the already high standard specification. This includes power steering, dual airbags, seat belt pretensioners, rear door child safety locks and an advanced engine immobiliser. The Kelisa GXi also features metallic paint, colour matched bumpers, central locking and electric front windows. The Kelisa is available as an automatic EZi version which has an even higher level of standard specification.
With excellent fuel consumption, low running costs and a high standard specification the Kelisa, along with the remainder of the Perodua range, provides the ideal economic motoring solution.
*Fuel consumption Kelisa EX/GXi (mpg)
**Plus £95.75 road fund licence and first registration fee (6 months)
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