Another Charmant was dispatched at the Frankfurt Motorshow in September 1981 with new squarer bodywork that was to some degree outdated as of now while being presented, similar to its front-motor, back wheel drive design. The main bodywork accessible was a four-entryway vehicle.
In Japan, the greatest motor was currently an OHC 1.5 L (1,453 cc) with 83 PS (61 kW) at 5,600 rpm. In the fare, the 1.6 liter 1.6 L (1,588 cc) 2T motor was additionally accessible; power yields extended from 76 to 83 PS (56 to 61 kW) contingent upon pressure proportions and expected markets. The littler 1.3 liter motor 1.3 L (1,290 cc) created somewhere around 62 and 74 PS (46 and 54 kW) contingent upon business sector. Trim levels were LC, LE and LGX; these proceeded until 1987 when the extent was suspended in the United Kingdom and most other fare markets. Every one of the motors were carburetted. In Japan, the most sumptuous variants (with accessible atmosphere control) were called “Altair”.
The Charmant had a free front suspension (struts), and a live four-connection back hub. Suspension settings were delicate, for greatest solace. The auto experienced a minor facelift in harvest time 1984. This setup is ideal for floating
The Daihatsu Charmant creation finished in late 1987, leaving a hole at the highest point of Daihatsu’s lineup. In 1989, the Applause seemed to fill the Charmant’s shoes.
Daihatsu Charmant Mk II Design Exterior 1981