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Daihatsu DL 60T fourtrak 82 91 2.8 eng
Daihatsu DL 60T fourtrak 82 91 2800 eng
Daihatsu CX charade move eng
Daihatsu HCE charade 1300 93 03 eng
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Daihatsu Engine History
1907 : Hatsudoki Seizo Co., Ltd. Was formed for the production and sales of internal combustion engines.
1930 : Creation of 3-wheel vehicles begun.
1951 : Company name replaced with Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd.
1957 : Daihatsu Motor Company produced Midget compact 3-wheel vehicle in the market.
1967 : Business joins with Toyota Motor Co., Ltd., and Toyota Motor Sales Co., Ltd.
1977 : Charade (993cc) passenger car was produced in the marketed.
1981 : Daihatsu Motor Company produced Cuore cars in the market.
1984 : Daihatsu Motor Company produced Rocky cars in the market.
1985 : Build up automobile creation exceeded 10,000,000.
1986 : CKD creation of the Charade started in China (November).
1989 : Daihatsu Motor Company introduced Feroza and Applause cars in market.
1990 : Daihatsu came into a technical cooperation contract with Asia Motors Co., Inc. of Korea.
1992 : Daihatsu came into a new combined venture with P.T. Daihatsu Indonesia (January).
1993 : Charade GTti capture a 1st place come first in class A-7 and 5th place taken as a whole in the 41st Safari Rally.
1994 : Daihatsu launched Second National Car, Kancil, in August.
1995 : Daihatsu introduced the New Zebra Espass in Indonesia market in April.
1996 : Daihatsu introduced the Malaysia's National 1-Box Car, Rusa,in markete in (April).
1997 : Daihatsu celebrated its 90th centenary and introduced Compact 4WD Terios in market.
1998 : New passenger car Sirion introduced in the market.
1999 : Daihatsu introduced the passenger car Atrai Wagon, and Light passenger car NAKED in market.
2000 : Passenger car Altis, Compact wagon Atrai 7 and Small passenger car YRV introduced in market and Production of Cuore started in Pakistan.
2001 : High-performance TOPAZ catalyst launched and Light passenger car MAX introduced in market.
2002 : Light passenger car Copen introduced in market.
2003 : Light passenger car Tanto and jointly developed by Daihatsu and Toyota, Xenia produced in Indonesia market.
2004 : New small passenger car Boon jointly developed by Daihatsu and Toyota produced in market.
2005 : Creation of DELTA in progress in Colombi and Myvi produced as National Car in Malaysia.
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