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Författare: Giuseppe Piluso.
Further details may exist on the talk page. It comes with a variety of options and chassis variations, with the latest variant having four models: “Mira”, “Mira AVY”, “Mira Gino” and “Mira VAN”. The Daihatsu Mira and Cuore replaced the Daihatsu Max Cuore in July 1980. Cuore which was introduced in 1985. For most generations there were two engine sizes available: one smaller version, to suit Japanese domestic regulations, of either 550 or 660 cc, and a bigger-engined version for export markets. In July 1980, the Daihatsu Mira and Cuore arrived to replace the Daihatsu Max Cuore. The L55 series was sold with two main engines: the two-cylinder AB10 unit of 547 cc, and the slightly larger 617 cc AD unit which was installed in the export-only L60 Cuore.
The bigger engine was introduced in the second half of 1982, as part of a push by Daihatsu to push its European exports. In some markets, the two engines were both available. 625, depending on which bodywork was fitted. In 1983 the Mira Turbo appeared. Only available in the Japanese market, and only as a commercial vehicle, it had a carburetted and turbocharged version of the little two-cylinder engine. Displacement of the new EB engines remained exactly the same, at 547 cc. The commercials had temporary rear seats which fold completely flat, and are easily recognized by luggage rails in the rear side windows.
A “Walk-Through Van” version, using the regular bonnet combined with near square rear bodywork, appeared two months later. Cuore received a minor facelift with a new grille and bonnet, as well as some other detail changes all making for a smoother appearance overall. Two months later a permanent four-wheel-drive version was made available in the turbocharged version. Daihatsu’s Thai arm carried on producing the L70 series after it was replaced in Japan. In addition to the regular version, they also developed a ute version for the pickup-hungry Thai domestic market from 1990 to 1995, called the Mira P1.