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Autozam Revue

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Autozam Revue/Mazda Revue (DB). 1990–8 (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan. F/F, 1138, 1324, 1498 cm³ (I4 OHC). Japanese car design started going fancy at the end of the 1980s, with efficient shapes making way for oddball ones. Revue was supposedly inspired by a ..→

Perodua Kenari

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Perodua Kenari. 2000–9 (prod. n/a). 5-door wagon. F/F, 847, 989 cm³ (I3 DOHC). Cheap kei car based around Daihatsu Move (L900), introduced mid-way through that model’s run. Sold on its low price and, in Malaysia, helped by a protected market, but ..→

Innocenti Mini

Originally the Italian version of the BMC Mini built at Innocenti, and regarded as having better quality than the English ones. Innocenti even built Mini Coopers well into the 1970s. The moniker was then applied to the nuova Mini, styled by Bertone, that launched in 1974, a hatchback model ..→

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