A late-1990s/early 2000s Perodua Rusa (the original Rusa van).
|Body style(s)||5-door van|
|Engine(s)||HD-C petrol engine, water-cooled, in-line 4-cylinder, 4-cycle, 16-valve, SOHC.|
|Wheelbase||2,080 mm (81.9 in)|
|Length||3,880 mm (152.8 in)|
|Width||1,560 mm (61.4 in)|
|Height||1,845 mm (72.6 in)|
|Curb weight||935 kg (2,061 lb) — 1,145 kg (2,524 lb)|
|Fuel capacity||47 L (12 US gal/10 imp gal)|
The Perodua Rusa is a microvan manufactured by Malaysian automaker Perodua, and based on the Daihatsu Zebra and Daihatsu Hijet Maxx. Launched on March 6, 1996, with a 1.3 litre engine, followed by the 1.6 litre range on May 14, 1997, the Rusa is the first van to be produced by a Malaysian automotive company.
Three variations of Rusa vans are offered: The CX (1.3 litre, two seat version), the EX (1.3 litre, five seat version) and the GX (1.6 litre, seven seat version). The CX is primarily intended to serve as a freight vehicle, while the EX and GX are intended for private use. The van is also used by Malaysian police and fire fighting forces.
The vehicle's name "Rusa" is a Malay translation of "Deer". Later replaced by the Perodua logo, the van's original logo was a galloping deer.
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