Perodua are offering all Perodua Myvi customers a free hands-free Bluetooth kit when they purchase a new Perodua Myvi during March 2011.
The free Nexxus Drive Sleek Pro hands-free Bluetooth kit is easily and discreetly secured to the driver's sun visor thanks to its sleek, slim line design and allows customers to make calls safely whilst in their new Perodua Myvi. Hands-free calling is essential for many of today's motorists and now every Perodua Myvi customer will benefit from this completely free of charge throughout March.
To take advantage of this fantastic offer, all customers need to do is complete a voucher which can be obtained from Perodua UK via email, by phone or from Perodua UK's website. The voucher should then be presented to the Perodua dealer at the time of purchasing a new Perodua Myvi - it's as simple as that!
This offer is available when purchasing any new Perodua Myvi, including Perodua's added value Myvi models which benefit from no VAT increase until 31st March 2011.The great value Perodua Myvi super-mini is available from just £6,999 with Perodua's current £1,000 retail incentive offer. With air conditioning, four electric windows, electric door mirrors, power steering, an integrated radio/CD player and much more all as standard, the Perodua Myvi represents fantastic value for money and continues to hold a strong position in the top 10 least depreciating cars in the UK by achieving 8th position in Parker's 2010 depreciation report.
To avoid missing out on this exciting new offer and to find out more about the Perodua Myvi range, customers are advised to contact their local Perodua dealer.
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