Daihatsu Coo car range and history
|Also called:||Daihatsu Materia|
|Assembly plants:||Ikeda, Osaka Japan|
|Body and chassis|
|Engine and Powertrain|
|Drive:||front,all wheel drive|
|Engine Type:||straight 4|
|Engine power:||(67-76 kW)|
|Weights and Dimensions|
The Daihatsu Coo was first shown as a design study D-Compact Wagon in March 2006 at the Geneva Motor Show .
In Japan, the Coo minivan came before the introduction in 2007 as Daihatsu Materia as well as identical as Toyota bB on the market. At the end of 2008, the equally identical Subaru Dex followed in Japan . The Coo / Materia is to be regarded as the successor of the Daihatsu YRV .
The car is based on the Daihatsu Boon with a length of 3800 mm, a width of 1690 mm and a height of 1635 mm. The wheelbase is 2540 mm. Thus, the vehicle is shorter than a fourth generation VW Polo (3916 mm), but about 17 inches higher.
It offers space for five people, has a rear bench seat that can be moved longitudinally by 16 centimeters, convertible front seats and extensive standard equipment including aluminum wheels, air conditioning, CD radio, electrically adjustable exterior mirrors and front and rear power windows.
The small car in the basic version is powered by a 1.3-liter gasoline engine with 67 kW (91 hp) K3-VE I4. Alternatively, there was a 1.5-liter gasoline engine with 76 kW (103 hp) 3SZ-VE I4; All-wheel drive was also available in conjunction with this unit .In September 2010, the import of Materia to Europe was discontinued due to lack of success.