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Britain’s worst learners win with Perodua Myvi

10th October 2008 Print
The new series of Britain’s Worst Learners sees a star appearance from the Perodua Myvi next week as eighteen learners are put through the paces to take their driving test, in the hope that they can win a brand new Myvi.

During the series, which runs for six weeks, each week three learners compete as they are instructed to drive by a family member or partner motivated by the fact that there is a chance that they can win a new Myvi. The learners then have to take a mock driving test accompanied by a professional driving instructor in London and the successful candidates who pass their test win a brand new Myvi, which is a fantastic prize for a newly qualified driver.

The Myvi is the ideal reward as it is equipped with all the modern features you would expect from a stylish new car such as air conditioning, a fully integrated radio/CD player, four electric windows, central locking and electric mirrors. Along with the standard safety features of dual airbags and ABS/EBD, the Myvi also provides complete comfort whilst driving with power steering and a tilt adjustable steering column. With enough space to carry five people comfortably, the lucky winners will be driving their friends and families for miles in their newly acquired Myvi’s.

The Myvi is Britain’s best value supermini as it offers a high standard specification and attractive looks from just £6,799: a very affordable car in the current economic climate.

For a chance to see the Perodua Myvi, why not watch Britain’s Worst Learners on the Virgin 1 channel at 9pm from Tuesday 14th October.