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Daihatsu Hijet



The first Hijet a 360#160;cc two-… engine, as was by the kei car laws of the time. The Hijet’s has long followed the evolution of kei regulations, with an increase to in 1976 and then 660#160;cc for Exterior dimensions have increased somewhat, from 3 x originally to 3.4 x 1,475#160;m today.

versions have usually somewhat larger as bigger and sometimes wider bodies are

Available engines for 2006 the DVVT equipped 660#160;cc making 39#160;kW (52#160;hp) at and 63#160;N·m (46#160;lb·ft) of torque at and the 660#160;cc EF-SE, making (44#160;hp) at 5,900#160;rpm and 57#160;N·m of torque at 3,600#160;rpm. The base is mid-engine, rear drive, but drive versions are available.

When the ninth generation was introduced in 1999, a divergence the truck and van versions (Cargo) with the vans now being of a semicab design rather the mid-engined cabover design for the truck. A tenth generation of the Cargo has since appeared, but the generation of the truck remains in

The ninth generation Hijet

In Japan, the passenger car version of the is known as the Daihatsu Atrai . is also powered by a 660#160;cc engine producing 64#160;bhp

The band Diehatzu Hijets, of spelling, pay homage to the vehicle.


Piaggio Porter, on the fourth generation Hijet

are also versions of the Hijet outside Japan. available 1.0 and 1.3-litre engines. These are no considered kei cars. as they are and longer than allowed by narrowly defined regulations. The Maxx/Hijet Jumbo is a pick-up or chasis cab which can be set up for other such as a moving stall.

The Daihatsu Zebra (aka Citivan/Devan) is a van version of the Hijet The Perodua Rusa is a rebadged sold by Daihatsu’s Malaysian Perodua. In the Japanese market, was also a larger version of the generation Hijet, sold as the Gran Cargo . This car has exported as the Extol as well.

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Gran Max DLi pick-up in Indonesia

The Porter is a licenced version in Italy since 1992 as the Innocenti Porter), available with diesel, LPG or electric Originally equipped with a 1.0 or a 1.2 litre diesel, more cars receive a 1,269#160;cc engine or a 1,371#160;cc diesel. [1] The 1.3 65#160;PS (48#160;kW) in either while the 1.4 diesel only 38#160;PS (28#160;kW). [2] All of these variants are based on the facelifted generation of the Hijet (S82) has its front wheel located the front door and a mid-mounted The S82 Hijet also provided the for Kia’s Towner .

In 2007, Daihatsu Indonesia the new Daihatsu Gran Max which is on the newest Hijet (semicab, wheels located forward of the It is powered by 1,300 and 1,500#160;cc and is both wider and longer the kei car based Hijet. It replaces the Daihatsu Zebra of similar

The Gran Max is available in minivan and bodystyles and since February it is imported to Japan where it is as the Toyota LiteAce (S402).

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In 2002, debuted the Hijet Cargo concept. a hybrid van . in Japan a 660#160;cc engine. The car is based on the non-hybrid Hijet Cargo. calls it a mild hybrid Its design (called Daihatsu Hybrid System or DMHS on Toyota hybrid technology) is different from many hybrid design where as the gas and powered components assembled as one

The electric motor sits the gasoline powered engine and the unit. The car is 30% more fuel than its gas-powered counterpart.

The minicars (called FEV – Fuel Economy – and Hybrid-IV) made its debut in as a concept minicar. [3] Its production was in October 2004 but as of May 2006 had not released.

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