Daihatsu has revealed a limited-edition version of the Terios SUV called ‘Kiri’ that will be produced in 250 units for the UK market. Based on the Terios 1.5 S, the limited edition ‘Kiri’ adds a unique metallic green paint, roof rails, new five-spoke 16-inch alloy wheels wrapped around in 215/65 R16 tires, a hard spare wheel cover, leather-covered steering wheel, front fog lamps and special ‘Kiri’ graphics. On the road prices for the Terios “Kiri” start from £13,895. -Continued
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