Perodua have introduced the all new Myvi SE to the existing Perodua range which aims to provide customers with even better value for money in the current financial climate. The Myvi SE adds reverse park control, an electric sunroof, remote central locking and privacy glass to the stylish supermini for just an additional £800 on top of the current prices.
This means that the Myvi SXI SE (manual) can be purchased for an amazing £7599* and the Myvi EZI SE (automatic) for just £8299*. With these fabulous prices, opting for the Myvi SE represents an incredible customer saving of over £300** in comparison to purchasing the options individually.
The Myvi SE further enhances the high specification already offered by Perodua, which includes air conditioning, four electric windows, central locking, electric mirrors and metallic paintwork as standard, all of which are extremely hard to find on other vehicles in the B sector at the low price tag that Myvi has to offer. With the £1000 cashback*** offer still in place, Myvi continues to represent fantastic value for money.
Perodua continues to offer Britain’s best value cars with Kenari, the highly versatile mini-MPV still available with £500 cashback*** and the Kelisa city car still Britain’s lowest price new car priced at an amazing £4499****.
*On the road price includes 6 months road fund licence (£66) and first registration fee (£55). Price includes £1000 cashback
**Saving based on total cost of options and fitting charges being £1112.24 when purchased individually
***Cashback offers for a limited period only
****Delivered price excluding 6 months road fund licence (£66) and first registration fee (£55)
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