Daihatsu Sirion 5 Door Manual (Group - C)

The Sirion is an easy car to drive, with light steering and a tight 9.4-metre turning circle, making it ideal for driving in the city or supermarket parking. The boot is quite large for a car with these proportions and loading is made easier by the low load height. Inside there are a number of cubbyholes and storage boxes such as the flip-down compartment under the center console, which is ideal for concealing a mobile phone plus there’s a reasonably sized glove box and cup holders throughout. The rear seats fold down, but not totally flat. The neat trick is that they can slide forward and butt-up against the backs of the front seats, so any items on the back seat do not fall onto the floor. The driving position is very good and comfortable for motorway trips.It’s responsive enough and thanks to impressive levels of grip, the Sirion corners very well with minimal body roll, making it enjoyable to drive. On the motorway it feels stable and reassuring, so although the steering could with being slightly firmer, it has quite a big-car feel for what is a small hatchback. The ride is also smooth although it can get a little bouncy on particularly bumpy roads. It may have quite diminutive dimensions but the Sirion is big on the inside with plenty of space for four adults to travel in comfort. In the back there's good head room and lots of legroom. Small on the outside while appearing huge on the inside. It's hard to believe how much room there is inside this car. Great looks, comfort, vision, safety, economy, low emissions and of course the legendary Daihatsu legacy are everything that a rental car in Paphos, Cyprus must be equipped with.

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