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  • SIRION F-SPEED 2001 EXHAUST (COMPLETE) 15:09
  • CHARADE EL 2004 WING (DRIVER SIDE) 13:46
  • SIRION S 2006 EPS COTROL UNIT 16:10
  • SIRION SE 2008 EXHAUST (COMPLETE) 11:48
  • HI-JET EFI VAN 1999 AIR SENSOR 11:42
  • YRV PREMIUM 2002 IGNITION IGNITER 11:38
  • HI-JET EFI VAN 1999 COOLANT SENSOR 11:30
  • HI-JET EFI VAN 1999 AIR SENSOR 11:29
  • MATERIA 2007 OLIE / MOTORCARTER 11:03
  • COPEN ROADSTER 2004 SUBFRAME (FRONT) 08:29
  • SIRION SE 2008 TAILGATE 21:10
  • HI-JET VAN EFI 1997 FUEL TANK (PETROL) 09:59
  • SIRION SE 2005 CATALYTIC CONVERTER 02:22
  • TERIOS SX 2006 OWNERS MANUAL 09:01
  • HI-JET VAN EFI 1997 FUEL TANK (PETROL) 08:06
  • HI-JET VAN EFI 1997 EXHAUST BACK BOX 12:52

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Daihatsu Info

Daihatsu roots can be tracked back to 1907. Daihatsu after producing three-wheelers was not an official brand name until 1951. Daihatsu produced its first four wheelers in 1958. Even then at the start, the company, which was now part of Toyota, has specialised in small-capacity sized passenger cars and 4-wheel-drive off roaders. In 1966 the iconic Compagno had the honour of being the first Japanese car to be imported into the UK.

The Daihatsu car range was dominated by the small Domino and Charade models, which were mostly with three-cylinder engines, including a very tiny sub-1.0-litre diesel model. The ultimate 3-cylinder was the turbo charged Charade GTi, which created 99bhp from its 993cc engine.

Japan's domestic tax laws brought about a unique generation of tiny ciy cars like K-class, these had to comply with strict performance and dimensions rule restrictions. Daihatsu's Cuore, with a twin-cylinder 547cc engine, was first produced in 1976. This was joined a decade later by the Leeza, with the turbo version producing 50bhp.

Daihatsu's first 4WD off-roader was the Utility Taft, this model had engines from 1.0 petrol to 2.5-litre diesel. The Fourtrak, launched in 1985, was more a working than lifestyle off-roader. The Sportrak, which was iappeared in 1990, was aimed at the leisure market, although it had been left behind by newer vehicles such as Honda's CR-V or the Toyota RAV4. A small relaxation in the K-class rules has been a help for these cars to be a little larger. The little five-door Move, whaich was designed in conjunction with IDEA in Italy, uses a 12-valve three-cylinder 847cc engine, with a three-speed automatic, this is a option over the five-speed manual 'box. UK promotion of the Move reflecting its bizarre appearance this was despite its short length, it has a roof line which was tall enough to allow the driver to wear a top hat. but more conventional is the Grand Move, basically a small MPV with a 1.5-litre engine.

Overall Daihatsu's UK range tends to be characterised by dynamically unremarkable but unusually packaged smaller cars. One possible exception could be the stylish Copen roadster.

Our breakers have quoted on 130 Daihatsu parts in the last 30 days. Popular requests during that time have been for replacement engine (petrol complete), bonnets, headlight / headlamp (driver side), fuel tank (petrol) and door mirror / wing mirror (driver side electric). Quotes have ranged from £25.00 for a Daihatsu Yrv Premium brake caliper to £354.00 for a Daihatsu Sirion Se catalytic converter. There are currently 31925 Daihatsus left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for Daihatsu in 2017 were door mirror / wing mirror (driver side electric), bumper (front), headlight / headlamp (driver side), gearbox (manual) and bumper (rear).

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