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'''Daihatsu Fellow Max (L38). 1970–7 (prod. n/a). 2- and 4-door sedan, 2-door coupé. F/F, 356 cm³ (I2 2-str.), 547 cm³ (I2 OHC).''' Fellow moves to front-wheel drive for better packaging, now dubbed the Max. Front strut suspension, and semi-trailing arms at rear, making Fellow Max a better handler than contemporary Hondas. Basic engine with 33 PS, SS with 40 PS and twin carburettors. Hardtop coupé from 1971, with front disc brakes for top models. Instrument panel and grille altered for 1972. Four-door from 1972, with power output drops due to emissions’ regulations (now 31 PS and 37 PS). Mid-term changes 1973 with changes to front and rear, and a further facelift in 1975. Hardtop deleted in 1976, and 0·5 introduced.
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'''Daihatsu Fellow Max (L38). 1970–7 (prod. n/a). 2- and 4-door sedan, 2-door coupé, 3-door wagon. F/F, 356 cm³ (I2 2-str.), 547 cm³ (I2 OHC).''' Fellow moves to front-wheel drive for better packaging, now dubbed the Max. Front strut suspension, and semi-trailing arms at rear, making Fellow Max a better handler than contemporary Hondas. Basic engine with 33 PS, SS with 40 PS and twin carburettors. Wagon more like a Kammback version of the sedan. Hardtop coupé from 1971, with front disc brakes for top models. Instrument panel and grille altered for 1972. Four-door from 1972, with power output drops due to emissions’ regulations (now 31 PS and 37 PS). Mid-term changes 1973 with changes to front and rear, and a further facelift in 1975. Hardtop deleted in 1976, and 0·5 introduced.
  
  

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Daihatsu Fellow Max (L38). 1970–7 (prod. n/a). 2- and 4-door sedan, 2-door coupé, 3-door wagon. F/F, 356 cm³ (I2 2-str.), 547 cm³ (I2 OHC). Fellow moves to front-wheel drive for better packaging, now dubbed the Max. Front strut suspension, and semi-trailing arms at rear, making Fellow Max a better handler than contemporary Hondas. Basic engine with 33 PS, SS with 40 PS and twin carburettors. Wagon more like a Kammback version of the sedan. Hardtop coupé from 1971, with front disc brakes for top models. Instrument panel and grille altered for 1972. Four-door from 1972, with power output drops due to emissions’ regulations (now 31 PS and 37 PS). Mid-term changes 1973 with changes to front and rear, and a further facelift in 1975. Hardtop deleted in 1976, and 0·5 introduced.


Manufacturing location: Japan

Marque: Daihatsu | Model: Daihatsu Fellow | Predecessor: Daihatsu Fellow (L37S) | Successor: Daihatsu Max Cuore







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