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Happy days for Japanese die-hards

Published: 27 June 2014

Hollywood legends reap rich rewards for flogging cars in Japan

Daihatsu Copen for business

Published: 23 June 2014

Production version of reborn compact convertible car breaks cover in Japan

Watch your Kopen being built

Published: 03 February 2014

And then drive it home from the factory and rebuild it again and again

TOKYO MOTOR SHOW: Daihatsu Kopen concepts

Published: 31 October 2013

Micro convertible car from Daihatsu to be unveiled in Japan next month, could spawn production model

TOKYO MOTOR SHOW: Daihatsu kooky concept trio

Published: 14 November 2011

Daihatsu set to offer a glimpse of the future via multi-purpose roadster/coupe/hatchback, fridge-like fuel-cell MPV and ultra-light electric commuter

Local heroes star at Tokyo Motor Show

Published: 19 October 2009

With little interest from outside car-makers, this year's Japanese show is largely inward-looking

Daihatsu planning new micro car

Published: 10 October 2009

Meet the e:S concept, Daihatsu's micro car, which will makes its global debut at the Tokyo motor show

Daihatsu service centres announced

Published: 03 April 2006

Daihatsu owners have access to factory-appointed service centres now the brand is no more Down Under

Daihatsu may re-emerge under Toyota banner

Published: 21 January 2006

Daihatsu's latest mini-SUV could arrive wearing a Toyota badge...

Daihatsu Sirion vs Suzuki Swift (2005-)

Published: 01 April 2005

The ultra competitive light car segment has more than twenty cars slugging it out for the buyer's cash. The Toyota Echo and Hyundai Getz account for more than forty per cent of sales, and apart from the Holden Barina on 10 per cent, the segment is fragme

Daihatsu Sirion (2005-)

Published: 01 April 2005

Daihatsu has been in Australia since the early 1960s and got serious about the local market in 1967. It was later put on the map in Australia by none other than current Toyota Australia supremo John Conomos when he bought quotas to establish the three-cyl

Daihatsu Charade

Published: 01 July 2003

Daihatsu YRV

Published: 01 August 2001

This believe it or not, is the most expensive car, other than the 4WD Terios, which doesn't count, in the Daihatsu range

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