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Daihatsu Motor Company is the oldest Japanese car manufacturer. They are known for their small model vehicles and off-loading vehicles. The company had a bumpy start, but found sales success in the 1980s. Last year, Daihatsu announced plans to pull their automobiles out of the Europeon market by the end of 2013.
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The Daihatsu Charade is a supermini that was introduced in 1977. Keeping with their tradition of small cars, this super-mini is actually considered by the company to be a large compact car. It has a wheelbase of 2,300 millimetres. It is available in two body types: the hatchback and saloon. The saloon version was introduced in 1994 and featured a 1.5L engine with optional four-wheel drive.
The Charade name was brought back by the company in the United Kingdom and Australia in 2003. The new Charade is a re-badged version of the Daihatsu Mira.
A new turbocharged version was named after Italian racing driver Alessandro deTomaso who had worked closely with the company. The car included a racing camshaft, a special body-kit, Recaro seats, a Nardi Torino steering wheel and Pirelli sports tyres. The effort created over 100,000 of these Charade GTI vehicles.
The Daihatsu Copen is a two-door roadster with an aluminium retractable hard top. It first debuted at the 1999 Tokyo Motor Show as a concept car. Production began on this model in 2002 and it is scheduled to halt in August 2012. The final 500 cars will be special, limited, tenth anniversary editions.
It has been featured on Top Gear where James May attempted to find the best convertible car. It competed against cars like the Mercedes-Benz CLK, Audi A4, Citreon C4, and the Volkswagen New Beetle. While the car wasn't chosen by May, he had plenty of nice things to say about it.
The wheelbase for the vehicle is 2,230 millimetres.
The Daihatsu Sirion is a sub-compact super mini vehicle that features a five-door hatchback. It has been produced since 1998. The Sirion name has been used on the export versions of the Daihatsu Storia (1998-2004) and the Daihatsu Boon (2004-present).
It is factory fitted with the economical Bridgestone ER30 Daihatsu tyres. The Pirelli P3000 energy tyres and the Michelin Energy EA3 tyres are also suitable Daihatsu tyres for fuel economy.
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