Daihatsu Mira Cocoa car range and history
|Production:||2009 to 2018|
|Assembly plants:||Nakatsu, Ōita Japan|
|Body and chassis|
|Body styles:||small hatchback|
|Engine and Powertrain|
|Engine Type:||straight 3|
|Engine power:||51-58 hp (40 kW)|
|Weights and Dimensions|
The Mira Cocoa is a retro style Kei type 5 door microcar of the Japanese automaker Daihatsu .
On 17 August 2009, the sale of Daihatsu Mira Cocoa started in the home market of Daihatsu. The Kei-Car- based microcar is based on the Daihatsu Mira , but has its own body. The model replaced the Daihatsu Mira Gino , which was offered in Europe as Daihatsu Trevis . Similar to the Daihatsu Move "Latte" should be conveyed with the name "Cocoa" ( English for cocoa ) beverage a relaxed atmosphere, which in particular female buyers should be addressed.
The Mira Cocoa L675S / L685S (since 2009) . powered by the three-cylinder KF-VE gasoline engine with 43 kW (58 hp), whose power is delivered via CVT or 4- speed automatic transmission to the front wheels and optionally as four-wheel drive . range include levels L, X, Plus L, Plus X and Plus G. The comfort features include a CD radio with MP3 function, an on-board computer and a tachometer as standard . In addition to front and side airbags , an anti-lock braking system is standard equipment.
In 2011, the second-generation KF engine replaced the previous version in the 4WD version, improving fuel economy.
Since April 2012, the revised engine from the Daihatsu Miraisu with standard start-stop system is used. Likewise, the body floor was modified to achieve a lower air resistance. Since then, there are taillights with LED technology and a multi-information display is also standard. To promote the sale, there is also the Mira Cocoa L, a simpler version at a low cost price.