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Old 15th December 2014, 08:53   #1
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2015 Daihatsu Move and Move Custom kei cars have been launched in Japan. Inside the hood is a 660cc Naturally aspirated & Turbo charged petrol engines developing 52PS & 64PS respectively. CVT is standard across all variants and it will be available both in 2WD and 4WD configuration.

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4WD! Why would a car of this size and power, meant for city use have 4WD? Does it make sense?
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4WD! Why would a car of this size and power, meant for city use have 4WD? Does it make sense?
Rear wheel coupled with a Motor in this case I suppose (similar to other small cars in Japan) to assist driving over snow (may be I'm wrong)
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Rear wheel coupled with a Motor in this case I suppose (similar to other small cars in Japan) to assist driving over snow (may be I'm wrong)
If it's meant for snow/ice, then it makes sense as it's purely for traction over slippery surfaces. Well kitted for such areas then!
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Looks like an overgrown Wagon R to me!!

4 WD for a 660 cc developing 52PS is.
Loved the interiors though.
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Rear wheel coupled with a Motor in this case I suppose (similar to other small cars in Japan) to assist driving over snow (may be I'm wrong)
Rear wheel isn't powered from the engine. Posting a reference image from Nissan Micra (Image source: Google)
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