Daihatsu YRV

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Daihatsu YRV
Daihatsu YRV 001.JPG
Overview
Manufacturer Daihatsu
Also called Young Recreational Vehicle
Production 2000-2005
Assembly Japan
Indonesia (Astra Daihatsu Motor)
Body and chassis
Class Mini MPV
Body style 5-door Mini MPV
Layout Front-engine, front-wheel drive
Front-engine, all-wheel drive
Related Toyota Vitz Perodua Myvi
Powertrain
Engine 989 cc I3 [1]
1297 cc I4 [1]
1297 cc turbo I4 [1]
Transmission 4 Speed CVT Auto 5 Speed Manual
Chronology
Predecessor Daihatsu Gran Move
Successor Daihatsu Materia

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". It shares components with Toyota-based cars such as the Toyota Vitz and Perodua Myvi mainly the line of Toyota Engines. (Excluding the Turbo Modification Option)

Engines[edit]

Features[edit]

  • All-wheel drive system named "4Trak", available only with the K3-VE engine internationally. A JDM turbocharged version was available. All other versions are equipped with 2WD.
  • A Premium Specification was available. This featured the naturally aspirated K3-VE engine, Side Skirts, and five spoke alloy wheels. This version was the highest selling YRV specification of the three and as a result, is the most common. (UK)[2]
  • The YRV has an option for an electronically controlled 4-speed semi-automatic transmission. The international YRV turbo comes with that transmission as standard.
  • An All-Wheel-Drive JDM Version was available at launch and up until discontinuation in 2005. This version had a turbocharged K3-VET engine and an electronically semi-automatic 4-speed transmission or an upgraded 5 speed manual transmission option, exclusively for this model.
Daihatsu YRV Turbo

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Daihatsu YRV, www.tradecarview.com Retrieved on 23 February 2015
  2. ^ Smith, Olly. "DAIHATSU YRV PREMIUM - How Many Left?". www.howmanyleft.co.uk. Retrieved 2017-02-13. 

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