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|Also called||Daihatsu Gran Move|
Daihatsu Grand Move
|Car classification||Mini MPV|
|Car body style||5-door MPV|
|Internal combustion engine||1.5 L HE-EP Multi-valve SOHC Straight-4|
1.6 L HD-EP Multi-valve SOHC Straight-4
|Transmission (mechanics)||5-speed Manual transmission|
4-speed Automatic transmission
|Length||4.08 metres (160.6 in)|
The Daihatsu Pyzar, sold in some export markets as the Daihatsu Gran Move, was a Mini MPV manufactured by the Japan Automaker Daihatsu from 1996 to 2002. It was based on the Chassis of the Daihatsu Charade.
The Pyzar had a 50/50 split folding rear bench seat, which provided for it being registered as a four-passenger vehicle in most countries. With the rear seat folded, the Pyzar's cargo compartment had length of 1.50 m.
After three years in the market, the Pyzar was afforded a mild Facelift (product) - the front fascia was slightly altered (new headlights had clear turn signals) and body decals were rearranged more in line with the smaller Daihatsu Move's styling. Concurrently, a version of the 1.6 L engine replaced the previous 1.5 L in export markets.
The Pyzar was a FF layout car with a transversely-mounted engine. The 1.6 L version could also be had with full-time All-wheel drive, available only in the domestic market.
- 1498 cc HE-EG Multi-valve SOHC Straight-4, 90 PS (66 kW), 119 N·m (88 lb·ft) (export markets - until 1999)
- 1498 cc HE-EG Multi-valve SOHC Straight-4, 100 PS (74 kW), 128 N·m (94 lb·ft) (domestic market)
- 1589 cc HD-EP Multi-valve SOHC Straight-4, 91 PS (67 kW), 126 N·m (93 lb·ft) (export markets - introduced in 2000)
- 1589 cc HD-EP Multi-valve SOHC Straight-4, 115 PS (85 kW), 140 N·m (103 lb·ft) (domestic market - introduced for 1999)
- 5-speed manual
- 4-speed automatic