Daihatsu Rocky

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The Daihatsu Rocky (Japanese: ダイハツ・ロッキー, Hepburn: Daihatsu Rokkī) is an automobile nameplate used by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Daihatsu since 1984 for three different SUV models:

  • Daihatsu Rocky (F70), an export version of the Rugger sold between 1984 and 2002
  • Daihatsu Rocky (F300), a ladder frame-based mini SUV sold in Japan and some international markets between 1989 and 2002
  • Daihatsu Rocky (A200), a subcompact crossover sold since 2019