24 July 2011

Daihatsu Sirion 2011 launched in Indonesia

PT Astra Daihatsu Motor launched the 2011 Daihatsu Sirion Indonesia International Motorshow. The car is essentially a rebadged and re-spec Perodua Myvi 2011. The car is heavily based on Premium spec Myvi, but with some trim downgrading.
Essentially a Perodua Myvi with Daihatsu badge 
 More pictures and details after the jump.

The only difference is the VVTi badge replacing DVVT
It is the interior trim where the differences can be found. The most obvious is the steering wheel. Daihatsu Indonesia has ditched the Perodua item and replaced it with the familiar Daihatsu steering. The rest is the mixture of Standard and Premium Myvi spec. The instrument binnacle and ICE are the Premium version with its turquoise lighting. But the door trim is the Standard spec where door inner handle is material colored, the grab handle lack silver garnish and the power window switch panel thankfully is free of the garish 3D aluminum printing. The aircon controller also devoid of chrome ring, another Standard spec item. The seat fabric meanwhile, is from Myvi Premium. Hence it can be said that the Sirion interior is actually more inclined toward Standard grade Myvi, with some Premium parts slapped on. 
Daihatsu steering replaced the Myvi item

Turquoise meter combi for this model 

Premium ICE with Standard dash, no chrome ring.
For comparison with Malaysia specification Myvi, refer to the older post here.

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