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Daihatsu Gran Move background information
Daihatsu Grand Move is a five-door universal, for the first time introduced by the Japanese company Daihatsu in 1997, the production of which has ceased in 2000. Main competitors – Citroen Berlingo, Mazda Demio and Renault Kangoo.
In March 1997, Grand Move was launched at a price close to Renault Scenic. But in its parameters did not accelerate to the model mentioned above. Therefore, in October 1998, redesign was carried out: a 1.5-liter engine, with a capacity of 88 hp, was replaced by a 1.6-liter unit whose power became 90 hp; A number of other changes were also introduced, including an increase in the length of the car, the installation of larger brakes and more.
Daihatsu Grand Move is equipped with a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder gasoline engine with multi-point injection. The torque of the motor is 126/3600 nm / (rpm). The maximum speed that is capable of developing a car is 165km / h, and the time of overclocking is 11.7 seconds. The 1.6-liter motor spends 10.2l / 100 km in the city and 7.2 l / 100 km with a mixed cycle. The power unit works in a pair of 5-speed MKPP in the base equipment and with a 4-speed ACPP in optional equipment.
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