What kind of car is a Daihatsu Mira?

What kind of car is a Daihatsu Mira?

The Daihatsu Mira (also known as the Cuore, Domino, and more recently Charade) is a kei car and city car built by Japanese car maker Daihatsu. It has a variety of options and chassis variations, with the latest variant having four models: Mira, Mira AVY, Mira Gino, and Mira VAN.

What happened to the Daihatsu L500 Mira?

In Australia the L500 Mira was sold as the Daihatsu Charade Centro. The model production was closed in 1995 only in Pakistan, as the Daihatsu Cuore. The L500 was produced by Toyota Indus Motor Company between 2000 and 2012, with the 847 cc carburetor engine (ED-10) which has been used in export models since 1986.

When did Perodua stop making the L700 Mira?

Production of the L700 Mira was picked up in Malaysia in 2001, where it was sold alongside the Perodua Kancil as the Perodua Kelisa with the familiar Daihatsu J-series engines of 660 and 1,000 cc. Perodua ended production of the model in 2007.

When did the Daihatsu Mira and Cuore come out?

In July 1980, the Daihatsu Mira and Cuore arrived to replace the Daihatsu Max Cuore. A certain amount of confusion arises from the fact that this, the L55-series, was the first-generation Daihatsu Mira, but is usually considered the second generation of the Cuore – and that the Mira was originally marketed as the “Mira Cuore”.

When did the L275 Mira Van come out?

In December 2006, the L275, the seventh-generation Mira, was presented. Initially only available as a passenger version, the van derivative appeared in early 2007. As usual four-wheel drive versions received a different model code (L285).

What kind of transmission does a Mitsubishi Mira have?

The Mira could either be equipped with a three-speed automatic, or four- or five-speed manual transmission. A four-wheel drive variant known as the L210 was also available in V or S models, only with the five-speed manual.