Daihatsu Charade EFI 1 Owner 64k miles Smart Mini car hatchback Toyota with CB-90
Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner car guy and what i have here for you is one of
the most unique cars i have EVER came across... LOL i do say that A LOT Its
because i have A LOT of Super Clean older one and two owner cars. this one
is a 1990 Daihatsu Charade EFI Supermini these little CB90 3 Cyl motors
with the EFI are just really a blast to drive You will LOVE this car. it
was Obiviously a Pampered car take a look at the interior and exterior.
youll see the dent in the drivers door is all there is to chat about. these
cars get mid 40's and are just great. Make sure and check out my other
videos I always have lots of Neat Unique and Interesting Classic EURO and
Muscle cars and i sell them Cheap. Http://www.1ownercarguy.com and you will
see about 30% of the 160 to 180 in stock Thanks for watching make sure and
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Some facts from Wikipedia about this uniqie little Gem
The Daihatsu Charade is a supermini which was first introduced in 1977.
Daihatsu considers the Charade a "large compact" car to differentiate it
from smaller compacts in its lineup, such as the Daihatsu Mira/Cuore. It
helped replace the Daihatsu Consorte, although the Charmant took over from
the bigger-engined Consortes.
In China, Daihatsu Charade is called "Xiali" and made by FAW Tianjin, under
the registered mark of "China FAW". From 1986 September 30, to 2009, it
sold over 1.5 million in that country.
The third generation of the Daihatsu Charade (G100) debuted in 1987. With
styling by Daihatsu chief stylist Hiroshi Aoki and colleague Hideyuki
Ueda, it originally shipped with a carburetted 1.0 L three-cylinder
engine (CB23), also available as a diesel and turbodiesel, or with a 1.3 L four-cylinder with
single carburetor (HC-C). Either three-door or five-door hatchback
bodystyles were originally offered. A 1.0 L twin-cam fuel injected
intercooled turbo (CB70/CB80), named
GTti and delivering 105 PS JIS (77 kW) was later added, only available as a
three-door hatch. Fuel injected versions of the 1.3 L four-cylinder (HC-E)
and three-cylinder (CB90) were later added. The GTxx GTti's can have CB70
or CB80, depending on the country/region sold.
In the UK, the GTti had a fairly successful rally career competing in the
RAC Lombard Rally in 1989 and 1990 and was highly competitive in the Safari
Rally. The GTti won class honours many times and was able to mix it with
some of the 2-litre cars and on occasion troubling some of the 4wd cars!
The third-generation car was sold in the United States for just four years,
from 1988 through 1992. The car sold poorly, despite construction "as tight
as a frozen head bolt" and attractive styling for the market segment,
perhaps because of its high price, few dealerships, rough running
three-cylinder, low performance (0-60 mph/97 km/h in 15 seconds), and
unfortunate translation of the name Charade into English, and the company
withdrew permanently from the US market. Sales for 1989 were 15,118. Only
the three-door hatchbacks and four-door sedans were available. The North
American Charade appeared in three different trim levels until 1989; the
CES (Base model), CLS, and CLX. The CES came with a 53 bhp, 1.0L
three-cylinder, EFi engine called the CB-90. The other two variants were
available with the standard CB-90 or the more powerful 1.3 L four-cylinder
EFi "HC-E" engine.
In the Australian market, the GTti was unavailable and the turbocharged petrol Charade used the lower powered
carburetor engine (CB60/61) from the previous generation. However, quite
a few GTti's & GTxx's have been imported from Japan and so do have a good
Toyota engines are still available, as well as copied versions like the
Huali and various Geely products such as the Haoqing and its derivatives.
In 2003, the Charade name was resurrected in the UK and Australia. The new
Charade is now a rebadged Daihatsu Mira (Cuore in other European markets,
Charade in Morocco), and it is positioned one market segment below its
previous generations. Toyota believes that the Toyota Yaris suffices as
their smallest car in Australia. In 2011, Daihatsu Europe will bring the
Toyota Yaris on the market as Daihatsu Charade. This will be the last new
model introduced under the Daihatsu nameplate in Europe
The turbocharged GTti version was
replaced by a more conventional GTi with an SOHC 16-valve 1.6 L engine.
This version was engineered by Italian ex-racing driver De Tomaso (the
previous owner of Innocenti), including racing-derived camshaft, and was
capable of 124 hp JIS (91 kW) in the Japanese market. The export version
was detuned to 105 hp DIN (77 kW). De Tomaso also added their own bodykit,
Recaro seats, a Nardi Torino steering wheel, and Pirelli sports tyres. A
total of 120,000 Charade GTi were produced following this joint effort.
I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor
Copen 1.3i / 2008 / 日本語
Enjoy my daihatsu copen! Cant wait until the summer time! Althou tonight i
drove home with 10.C and it was not cold. Wicht the heated seats and the
blower to maximum ;)