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Daihatsu Leeza

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Daihatsu Leeza (ダイハツ・リーザ) (L100V/L100S/L111S). 1986–93 (prod. n/a). 3-door coupé, 2-door convertible. F/F, 550, 659 cm³ (I3 OHC). Attractive kei coupé based around the Daihatsu Mira (L70), but targeted at Suzuki Cervo (SS40) buyers, which tended to be young women. Shorter and lower than Mira, initially with utility (L100V) and passenger car (L100S) variants. The latter was actually removed from sale for six months in 1989. Mid-term changes in 1990, as kei car regulations changed, and the car was lengthened by 100 mm, with the drivetrain from the newer Daihatsu Mira (L200) installed. Utility model disappeared at this time. Two-seat Spider introduced 1991, with an extra 90 kg in weight due to strengthening; 380 units manufactured.

Manufacturing location: Japan

Marque: Daihatsu | Successors: Daihatsu Opti (L300), Daihatsu Copen (L880K)

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