|Body and chassis|
|Body style||5-door mini MPV|
|Engine||847 cc ED-DE DOHC I3
989 cc EJ-DE DOHC I3
|Wheelbase||2,360 mm (92.9 in)|
|Length||Overall - 3,460 mm (136.2 in)
Interior - 1,760 mm (69.3 in)
|Width||Overall - 1,500 mm (59.1 in)
Interior - 1,220 mm (48.0 in)
|Height||Overall - 1,660 mm (65.4 in)
Interior - 1,320 mm (52.0 in)
|Curb weight||865 kg (1,907 lb) - 880 kg (1,940 lb)|
The 'Perodua Kenari is a small four-seat subcompact car or supermini car produced by Malaysian automotive company Perodua. The Kenari is based on the first and second generation Daihatsu Move kei car (minicar) but is powered by an 850 cc and 1.0 cc DOHC engine. The name Kenari is a Malaysian name for canary.
The Perodua Kenari was launched in 2000 with three variants: Standard (EX) (5-speed manual), Deluxe (GX) (5-speed manual) and EZ (4-speed automatic).
In April 2003, the facelift model was introduced. Changes included new headlights, new front grille and new 14" alloy wheel design which became standard throughout the range of 4 models: GX, EZ, EZ Special (EZS) and GX Aero.
The GX Aero variant was introduced with the facelift and featured full skirting, a different designed meter panel, a spoiler and high mounted rear combination lamps offered with only one color: Mistik Red.
In November 2006, the Perodua Kenari RS was introduced.
The sale of the Kenari was discontinued in 2009 with no successor.
|Model||Also Known As||Transmission|
|2000-2003 (between March and May)||EX||Standard||Manual|
|?||EZ Limited Edition|
- Engine =989 cc EJ-DE DOHC I3
- Max power=54.31 hp/5200 r/min, my electric toothbrush is more powerful than that!
- Max torque=88.00Nm./3200 r/min
- Top speed=155 km/H (walking pace, basically.)
- 0-60 MPH(0–96 km/H)=12.3 S (that's a long time!)
- 0–100 km/H=12.5 s you could grow a beard, shave it off and grow it back again before that is going 100kmh
- Fuel efficiency=4.8l/100 km (constant 80 km/H driving)
The Perodua Kenari was exported to the United Kingdom in two variants: GX and EZ.
Perodua road vehicle timeline, 1994–present
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