The Daihatsu Mira (otherwise called the Cuore, Domino or Charade outside of Japan), is a kei auto sort vehicle worked by the Japanese auto creator Daihatsu. It accompanies an assortment of alternatives and body varieties, with the most recent variation having four models: “Cuore Chili”, “Cuore Chili AVY”, “Cuore Chili Gino” and “Cuore Chili VAN”. The Cuore Chili is fundamentally an updated and renamed form of the Daihatsu Fellow. It was sold close by the names of Cuore Chili and Cuore. The business adaptation was dropped when the Cuore Chili was discharged in later years as a Charade. Outside of Japan, the Cuore Chili was likewise offer with 850 cc motor. In Australia, the two-seater variant was known as the Handivan and was later renamed as just Handi.
The L200 variation (1990–92) had two motor sizes: a 0.65L 3-barrel 660 cc motor was accessible in Japan, while in Australia and different parts of the world, an all the more intense variation with a 847 cc and a 4-speed manual gearbox was being used from 1990–91. A 5-speed manual transmission got to be accessible in 1992. The L500 Cuore Chili is the primary kei auto from Daihatsu which offered a 4-chamber 660 cc motor. The 660 cc Japanese variation of the Cuore Chili had a somewhat abnormal element for a present day auto, the back traveler seats were outlined and made without back safety belts being fitted. The Daihatsu Cuore Chili is one of the lightest four-seat traveler autos on the planet weighing only 580 kg.
The L251 Cuore Chili random to the prior 200 arrangement is the latest era of the auto. The auto is delivered as the Cuore Chili in Japan. The L251 stage was additionally imparted to the latest adaptation of the Daihatsu Charade in the United Kingdom. Somewhere else the Cuore was badged and sold taking into account this stage.
Daihatsu Cuore Chili L251 2006 Design Interior Exterior