Perodua Myvi Limited Editions

If you are not familiar with Perdoua, and don’t blame you if you are not, it’s a Malaysian car maker who still thinks it can make it in the British market by offering cheap and cheerful cars. The fact is though, their cars are cheap and rubbish!

They announced two limited editions of their Myvi model, the Myvi Jet and the Myvi Sport Silver, which are available in limited numbers and come with a few more bells and whistles than normal Myvis.They also features visual tweaks.

Both limited editions include the same high level of specification as seen on the standard Myvi including air conditioning, power steering, four electric windows, electric door mirrors and an integrated radio/CD player. And as for the price, they cost £7,499 and £7,999 respectively. So not that cheap after all.

Perodua introduces Myvi limited editions1 Perodua Myvi Limited Editions

Details of both models in Perodua press release:

Perodua are pleased to introduce two exciting new limited edition Myvis, the Myvi Jet and the Myvi Sport Silver, which are available in limited numbers and add further appeal to the existing great value Myvi line up.

The Myvi Jet features chrome door handles, side mouldings with a stainless steel capping and ‘Myvi’ motif, remote central locking and 10 spoke 14” silver alloy wheels. Available in ebony black in a choice of manual or automatic transmission, this fantastic looking Myvi is priced from only £7,499*, which represents outstanding value for money.

The Myvi Sport Silver has the same specification as the popular Myvi Sport including a stylish body kit, colour matched side mouldings, chrome door handles and interior carbon fibre finishes and also includes 10 spoke 15” titanium alloy wheels. Myvi Sport Silver is finished in glittering silver and is available in manual transmission for just £7,999*.

Perodua are also delighted to announce that a number of special offers have just been extended. The generous £1,000 retail incentive offer¹ is now valid until 30th September across the Myvi range, which means that Britain’s best value supermini² continues to be available from just £6,999*. Perodua are also continuing to hold the VAT increase on their added value Myvis³, such as the Myvi Lux and Myvi Sport, until 30th September. This means that the great value Myvi Lux is still available from just £7,399*. Remote central locking continues to be free of charge on all Myvis until 31st July, representing a fantastic customer saving of over £160**.

Customers are encouraged to visit their local Perodua dealer as soon as possible to avoid missing out on the new limited edition Myvis and the special offers currently available from Perodua. Customers can visit Perodua UK’s brand new website to locate their nearest dealer and find out more about the new limited edition Myvis. With continued value and even more choice, now is the time to consider a new Myvi.

*On the road price includes £1,000 retail incentive, 6 months road fund licence and first registration fee. Retail incentive offer valid until 30th September 2011

¹ £1,000 retail incentive offer is valid until 30th September 2011 and is available on all Myvi models

² Opinion of Perodua UK

³ VAT increase held on Perodua’s added value models; Myvi Lux, Myvi Sport, Myvi SE and Myvi Sport+ until 30th September 2011

**Added value Myvis will receive an additional remote free of charge as one is included with standard specification. Offer is valid for one remote per customer for vehicles registered between 1st and 31st July 2011. Saving is based on recommended retail price of £166.56 (inc. VAT)

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