The outgoing Sirion was only an also-ran in the city car market, but its replacement demands to be taken more seriously. With its modern Toyota underpinnings and enormous interior space, the new car is Daihatsu's strongest model. Add the bargain price, and this five-door is hard to beat. Can't wait for the next Toyota Yaris? Then take a test drive in Daihatsu's all-new Sirion. And with cutting-edge underpinnings from its Toyota cousin, it promises to be Daihatsu's best-ever city car. Despite being a similar size to Nissan's Micra, the first thing buyers will notice is that the Sirion looks deceptively big. The lime green paint of our model might not be to all tastes, but the designers have created a distinctive and attractive tall bodyshell. The short nose is ideal when squeezing into tight parking spaces, while the near-vertical rear screen makes the driver's job even easier.
Daihatsu Motor Co. Featuring a newly developed 1-litre or 1. The B-segment compact car market has been attracting significant attention in recent years. In Europe in particular, there have been continuing introductions of new models from our competitors in this segment. The new Sirion is our answer to the ever changing and evolving compact-car market.
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If you're using our site we'll assume you're happy with this. More here. Unbelievable little car. Does everyone you need a car to do, and doesn't let you down. We have just moved from uk to Spain in this car, drove the whole way miles. The car now has miles on it. That's how confident I was using my 14 year old car on this journey, full of luggage, dog, wife and child. Through France we got stuck in traffic for many miles bumper to bumper, the temperature was 39c the engine fan was cutting in a lot, but no overheating!
The Daihatsu Sirion is a subcompact car produced by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Daihatsu since The Sirion nameplate was first used on export versions of the Japanese market Storia from to and Boon from to Since , the nameplate has been used in Indonesia for the Malaysian-built Perodua Myvi , which in its first two generations were redesigned versions of the first and second-generation Boon, while the third-generation model is an fully-independent model developed in-house by Perodua with technical supports from Daihatsu. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.