The History of Subaru Justy

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The History Of Subaru Justy

1984, Subaru has marketed the a subcompact hatchback, either the vehicle itself or marketing a version by others. The company the latest iteration, a rebadged Sirion (2nd generation), at the Frankfurt Motor Show a 1 litre straight-3 engine, wheel drive, and 5-speed gearbox.

Originally designed and in Japan, the Justy was introduced to in 1984. United States and Kingdom versions followed in and all models received a restyling in

In the United States, only the manufactured models were and only from 1987 to The Justy received 4WD in 1988 and all were equipped with Injection in 1991. The Subaru was the last carburated car sold in the Kingdom as well as the United needed].

A four-door model was also from 1991 to 1994. A model was offered in Canada.

1994, rebadged models other manufactureres carried the nameplate:

In 1994, Subaru to the Europe a rebadged second Suzuki Cultus carrying the nameplate. Manufactured in Suzuki’s plant, these were in 3 and 5 door models with four wheel drive.

In 2004, a rebadged Chevrolet carried the G3X Justy nameplate in

In MY 2008 a rebadged Daihatsu revived the Justy nameplate.

In countries the Justy was sold the name Subaru Trendy or as the ‘J-series’, J10 for 1.0L versions and J12 for versions.

In Taiwan, Subaru marketed a of the Justy with a sedan-style and an uprated 80bhp (60kW) injected EF12 engine the Tutto.

Initially, the Justy was with a 1.0 or 1.2 liter EF three-cylinder and either a manual transmission or a variable transmission with front wheel drive or four wheel drive. The CVT (a pushbelt system) was employed with a conventional automatic performance would have unacceptable, due to the small 3-cylinder In the United States, because of the distances, the CVT was considered unreliable, but has not been the case in other

In 1989, the gear ratios front brakes and outer shafts were made the rear differential was reinforced and axle shafts were lengths.

The European Justy from a rebadged second generation Cultus, used a 1.3 SOHC 8V, Suzuki engine with a 5 speed manual transmission and 4WD.

The 1990 model was the car sold in the United States a carburetor; the following year the had fuel injection.

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