By Mike Torpey on 2010-11-08 - Driving Force news editor and responsible for organising our daily output. He was staff motoring editor of the Liverpool Echo for 20 years.
Proton launches a
PROTON is offering up to £1,250 towards its Lotus-inspired Satria Neo and Neo Sport models as part of a finance deposit contribution scheme available until the end of the year.
The Malaysian company is the owner of British sports car icon Lotus and the Satria Neo model boasts a sporty interior coupled with Lotus ride and handling.
It has a 1.6-litre CamPro 16v engine, 16-inch alloy wheels (on GSX versions), electric windows, reverse parking sensors and rear spoiler all as standard, along with a centre-mounted exhaust and race-inspired bucket seats.
Prices are from £9,995 for a car that has been tuned for precise steering response and also comes with anti-lock brakes, EBD and twin airbags as standard.
Other Protons available under the finance scheme include up to £750 towards the five-door Savvy city car, £750 towards the four and five-door GEN-2 saloon or Persona and up to £500 towards the LPG dual fuel GEN-2 ecoLogic.
And Proton is also offering motorists three years free servicing on the Savvy until December 31.
Sales and marketing manager Simon Park said: "The Proton R3 Malaysia Rally team have been setting an incredible pace this season, and the Proton Satria Neo S2000 rally car has fared exceptionally well.
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