Keyword: ‘new terios 2013’

Daihatsu Materia mini-MPV went on sale in the UK in July 2008 with prices starting from £10,995 on-the-road offering outstanding interior space and distinctive styling. In fact, the boxy yet wide and squat design theme with flared wheelarches and minimum overhangs has created a cult-following in Japan - and now the United States - with several manufacturers struggling to keep up with consumer demand. Key competitors in the UK and Europe are the similar-sized but move conservatively-styled Renault Modus and Vauxhall/Opel Meriva
Arguably the most stylish small 4x4 on the market, the totally new Daihatsu Terios has a dynamic, fun-to-drive appearance with strong off-road styling cues yet short front and rear overhangs, a long wheelbase and especially wide tracks and body width. Its roomy, four-door, five-seat body succeeds in being compact yet practical, avoiding the bulk, high fuel consumption and negative image of some 4x4s. Designed to appeal to young families and older people seeking the traditional 4x4 qualities of visibility, bad-weather traction and versatility, the Daihatsu Terios also offers small car running costs and manoeuvrability
Daihatsu Extol compact van is set to make a major impact in its segment thanks to 'best-in-class' features and a competitive price of only £6,995 (excluding VAT, RFL and First Registration Fee). Japanese-built and with a three year 60,000 mile warranty, the 1.3 litre Daihatsu Extol will eventually replace the highly successful Hijet micro-van which has been a What Van? award-winner for 11 successive years. The completely new Extol will be sold throughout Daihatsu's 90-plus dealer network with volume sales taking off from January 2004
The Daihatsu Terios is a mini SUV, first released in 1997 by the Japanese car manufacturer Daihatsu. The engine was a modified Daihatsu Charade 1.3 litre engine or 660cc keicar engine, with constant four wheel drive or two wheel drive. It comes in 5-speed manual transmission or 4-speed automatic transmission. The width of the first generation Daihatsu Terios is lesser than 1500mm to fulfill the keicar regulation. The keicar's Terios is shorter without rear pillar-window to fulfil the keicar's length regulation