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NT Shaw supports the Louth Classic Car Show

4th June 2009 Print
Daihatsu dealer, NT Shaw, has joined forces with this year’s Louth Classic Car Show to promote the much-acclaimed Daihatsu model range, on 7 June 2009.

Staff from the Louth-based dealership will be in attendance to talk visitors through the latest models and the best deals in town, as well as showing off Daihatsu’s motoring heritage by proudly displaying the 1964 Campagno Berlina: the first Japanese car ever imported into the UK.

The fun, frugal four in the Daihatsu range each have superbly fuel efficient engines and some of the lowest emissions in their classes. The nippy Sirion 1.0-litre boasts an outstanding 56.5 mpg, whilst the Materia 1.5-litre is capable of achieving an enviable 39.2 mpg. The range’s low CO2 emissions mean that Daihatsu’s cars qualify for low bands of vehicle excise duty: an incredible £35.00 on Sirion 1.0-litre models and from £170.00 on the award winning Terios 4x4… all with an astonishing five-year, unlimited mileage warranty and five-year roadside recovery.

Kevin Drabble, Brand Champion, NT Shaw said: “We are delighted to support this day-long fundraising event, supporting our local Rotary Club charities.”

The event will feature greyhounds, alpacas, a bouncy castle and plenty of rides for the children, as well as around 200 classic cars, and looks set to be a lively family day out, attracting even more visitors than last year’s event.