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(New page: Image:Subaru_Justy.jpg '''Subaru Justy. 1984–94 (prod. unknown). 3- and 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 997, 1189 cm³ (3 cyl. OHC).''' Attractive supermini from Subaru, slotting above [[Su...)
 
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Supermini from Subaru, introduced in 1984 to slot between ''kei'' car [[Subaru Rex|Rex]] and larger [[Subaru Leone|Leone]]. Cleverly packaged Subaru virtues into a smaller car, including four-wheel drive, but the company eventually withdrew from this market. In Europe, it began fielding badge-engineered [[Suzuki]]s under an OEM deal. From February 2007, [[Daihatsu]] offered a badge-engineered version of its Boon to Subaru under another OEM deal. In 2016, another Daihatsu-based Justy appeared, this time based on the Thor mini-MPV.
  
'''Subaru Justy. 1984–94 (prod. unknown). 3- and 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 997, 1189 cm³ (3 cyl. OHC).''' Attractive supermini from Subaru, slotting above [[Subaru Rex|Rex]] and below [[Subaru Leone|Leone]]. Switchable four-wheel drive. ECVT from 1987; mid-term facelift in 1988. Subaru withdrew from this market in 1994, fielding badge-engineered cars with the Justy name in export markets. Related to [[Subaru Tutto]] in Taiwan.
 
  
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*[[Subaru Justy (1984–94)]]
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*[[Suzuki Cultus (AA44S)]]
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*[[Suzuki Ignis (MHX)]]
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*[[Daihatsu Boon (M300)]]
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*[[Daihatsu Thor]]
  
''Manufacturing location:'' Japan
 
  
''Marque:'' [[Subaru]] | ''Successor:'' [[Suzuki Cultus (AA44S)]]
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''Marque:'' [[Subaru]]
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Latest revision as of 01:05, 12 October 2019

Supermini from Subaru, introduced in 1984 to slot between kei car Rex and larger Leone. Cleverly packaged Subaru virtues into a smaller car, including four-wheel drive, but the company eventually withdrew from this market. In Europe, it began fielding badge-engineered Suzukis under an OEM deal. From February 2007, Daihatsu offered a badge-engineered version of its Boon to Subaru under another OEM deal. In 2016, another Daihatsu-based Justy appeared, this time based on the Thor mini-MPV.



Marque: Subaru





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