The 6th generation of Daihatsu Mira
Perodua Viva is one of the car that most Malaysians like due to its small fuel consumption.It is ranks among the most economical automobiles on the market.Perodua Viva is the rebadged sixth generation of the Daihatsu Mira/Cuore. It was released not long after seventh generation JDM Mira was announced in Japan.
The Daihatsu Mira (also known as the Cuore, Domino or Charade outside of Japan), is a kei car-type vehicle built by the Japanese car maker Daihatsu. It comes with a variety of options and chassis variations, with the latest variant having four models: “Mira“, “Mira AVY“, “Mira Gino” and “Mira VAN“.
You can see the differences right?
The Daihatsu Cuore is a model of the Japanese manufacturer Daihatsu. In Europe the Cuore – (Italian for heart) – celebrated 1981 premiere.The Cuore was considered at that time as the smallest car of the world.The first model changes took place 1985 (model L80), the body became altogether more cubic and the Cuore got a steep tail. In the year 1990 the third generation (L201) was presented. Also it remained in principle for the predecessors faithful, however the body became clearly more aerodynamic. This model change was particularly due to change of those of the Japanese K-Car-law, according to which a higher capacity as well as larger body mass were permitted. Further model changes took place 1996 (L501), 1999 (L701) and 2003 (L251).
In the homeland Japan and some export markets the Cuore is offered as Daihatsu Mira, which is available also in a turbo-version there. Further on the basis of the ’99er-Modells a Retro version is produced there as Mira Gino. In Greece the Cuore is sold as Daihatsu Domino. For Great Britain and Australia with the current model the name Daihatsu Charade was led, which remained originally reserving the larger sister model.
See the differences between the sixth and seventh generation oh Daihatsu Mira/Cuore
The seventh generation Daihatsu Mira/Cuore.It looks nice than the sixth generation right?
The model is still with Malaysia driving beginners particularly likes, because it ranks among the most economical automobiles on the market.
The Malaysian auto company Perodua manufactures the Daihatsu Mira/Cuore under license.
Perodua Kancil – The rebadged third/fourth generation of the Daihatsu Mira produced by Perodua.
Perodua Kelisa – The rebadged fifth generation of the Daihatsu Mira.
Perodua Viva – The rebadged sixth generation of the Daihatsu Mira.
The Perodua Viva replaces the Perodua Kelisa. The Viva is 95 mm longer than Kelisa but its width is narrower by 15 mm. It stands taller by over 100 mm and sits on a wheelbase of 2390 mm, 30 mm longer than the Kelisa’s.The height to width ratio is also well balanced with the wheelarches flared out slightly, giving a sporty undertone. On the 1000 cc versions, the sportiness is further enhanced with side skirting and there’s also a rear roof spoiler with the 1000 cc Viva Premium.
2. Interior length would be slightly longer
3. Bigger brake lights
4. Fuel consumption is better (17.4km/l)
Perodua VivRear Lamp