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'''Daihatsu Xenia/Toyota Avanza/FAW Jilin Xenia M80. 2004–11 (prod. 1,000,000 approx.). 5-door MPV. F/R, 989 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1298, 1495 cm³ (I4 DOHC).''' Body-on-frame compact MPV for developing markets, created by Daihatsu and sold under its own brand as well as [[Toyota]]’s. Mid-term updates in 2006. Briefly made and sold by [[FAW]] in China but deleted due to poor name recognition (2007–9).
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'''Daihatsu Xenia/Toyota Avanza/FAW Jilin Xenia M80. 2004–11 (prod. 1,000,000 approx.). 5-door MPV. F/R, 989 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1298, 1495 cm³ (I4 DOHC).''' Body-on-frame compact MPV for developing markets, created by Daihatsu and sold under its own brand as well as [[Toyota]]’s. Mid-term updates in 2006. Briefly made and sold by [[FAW]] in China but deleted due to poor name recognition (2007–9). Light steering, basic interior, and the expected body roll given the height of the vehicle.
  
  

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Daihatsu Xenia/Toyota Avanza/FAW Jilin Xenia M80. 2004–11 (prod. 1,000,000 approx.). 5-door MPV. F/R, 989 cm³ (I3 DOHC), 1298, 1495 cm³ (I4 DOHC). Body-on-frame compact MPV for developing markets, created by Daihatsu and sold under its own brand as well as Toyota’s. Mid-term updates in 2006. Briefly made and sold by FAW in China but deleted due to poor name recognition (2007–9). Light steering, basic interior, and the expected body roll given the height of the vehicle.


Manufacturing locations: Sunter, North Jakarta, Indonesia; Santa Rosa, Laguna, Philippines; Jilin, China

Marque: Daihatsu | Model: Daihatsu Xenia | Predecessor: Toyota Kijang (1997–2004) | Successor: Daihatsu Xenia (2011–)







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