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.
Key customers will be multi-drop delivery operators plus city-centre businesses such as florists who will appreciate the Extol's compact external dimensions and class-beating 8.8 metre kerb-to-kerb turning circle.
And with an
Source: Daihatsu Cars
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