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Daihatsu YRV
Daihatsu YRV 001.JPG
Manufacturer Daihatsu
Also called Young Recreational Vehicle
Production 2000-2005
Assembly Japan
Indonesia
Predecessor Daihatsu Gran Move
Successor Daihatsu Materia
Class Mini MPV
Body style(s) 5-door Mini MPV
Layout Front-engine, front-wheel drive
Front-engine, all-wheel drive
Engine(s) 989 cc I3 [1]
1297 cc I4 [1]
1297 cc turbo I4 [1]

The Daihatsu YRV is a mini MPV which was manufactured by the Japanese automaker Daihatsu from 2000 to 2005. The name is short for "Young Recreational Vehicle". The car was aimed at young mothers who needed a car big enough to take the kids to school yet small enough to park. Often criticized by Japanese reviewers for the ongoing problems of 'remote steering' at speed.

EnginesEdit

  • EJ-VE
  • K3-VE2
  • K3-VE
  • K3-VET
  • K3-VET-R
  • K3-VET TERRR

FeaturesEdit

  • All-wheel drive system named "4Trak", available only with K3-VE; all other versions are equipped with 2WD.
  • The YRV has an option for an electronically controlled 4-speed automatic transmission, with built-in "steer shift" function. YRV turbo comes only with that option.
  • Foldable rear seats allow for the YRV to allocate more space for luggage.
Daihatsu YRV 003

Daihatsu YRV Turbo


ReferencesEdit

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Daihatsu YRV, www.tradecarview.com Retrieved on 23 February 2015

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