As a low cost SUV crossover, the Daihatsu Terios comes with reasonable feature levels although with very few bells and whistles. Standard accessories include electric exterior mirrors, front and rear fog lamps, central locking, air conditioning, power steering, four electric windows , sound system hooked up to six speakers and finished off with sixteen inch alloy wheels with 235/60 all season tires.
Daihatsu have obviously invested a lot of thought in ensuring high levels of safety with their Terios Crossover. The car comes with airbags for driver and passengers, and all disc brakes (ABS), vehicle stability control and a downhill assist control system.
To protect passngers in an accident, the cabin's front and rear sections have been strenthened in order to disperse impact potency through the entire body frame of the Terios.
In a fairly crowded niche , although with ever increasing customer demand, the Daihatsu Terios Crossover does have its competitors, among them being the Suzuki SX4, Kia Sportage, Honda CR-V, Ford Explorer as well as the Suzuki Jimny.
As you would expect from a medium sized vehicle, the Terios Crossover provides reasonably low fuel consumption levels, averaging 34 miles per gallon, with 29 miles per gallon being recorded in the city and a respectable 39 miles per gallon on the open road, according to the few unofficial reviews available.
Daihatsu stand behind their vehicles all the way and to prove the fact have granted their Terios Crossover their three year or sixty thousand miles full parts warranty.
After its transformation more than five years ago the Daihatsu Terios Crossover has made a very agreeable passage to becoming one of the more acceptable compact SUVs on the market. In general trade reviews have looked upon the Terios favorably.