So is the new Daihatsu Boon

This week he made his debut in Japan the new generation of the Daihatsu Boon. The small multi-purpose japanese renewed its aesthetic exterior and added new equipment options. Is the twin brother of the Toyota Passo.

Daihatsu-Boon-1 the beginning of the week you were showing the second generation of the Toyota Passo, a small cut initially available in Japan, which was renewed with a new design, in addition to new possibilities of customization and increased equipment.

is Now Daihatsu that gave to know to his twin brother, the Boon, that also launches its new outward appearance and as well as the product of Toyota, you can opt between two different front, one of them of a character more dynamic.

The new Daihatsu Boon is offered in two versions, the so-called ‘X’ account with a front-end more simple, while the Cliq it features a design and finish are more sophisticated, to satisfy a public more demanding, thanks to the use of chrome details, body, two tones and a front design more dynamic.

The interior received improvements related to the perceived quality, thanks to the incorporation of the best materials, inserts more care and new garrisons.

Daihatsu-Boon-2with Respect to its endowment, according to the versions, you can have up six airbags, ABS brakes with EBD, stability control – and the system of driving assistance Smart Assist II, which includes among its functions warning of frontal collision, braking autonomous city, maintenance of lane.

Additionally, it has multi-function steering wheel, automatic climate control, system of information and entertainment with touch screen and integrated navigation system, keyless access, start button, electric windows, power mirrors, etc

In comparison with the previous model, the leg space for the occupants of the rear seats increased by 75 millimeters, at the same time that the new earthing point on the chassis enabled it to achieve an improved driving experience.

The offer mechanics is based on a motor 1KR-FE three cylinders and 1.0 litre displacement, which produces 69 CV, is combined with an automatic-type CVT and optionally to a system of four-wheel drive. The engine boasts a high energy efficiency because it offers a consumption of only 3.5 liters per 100 kilometers.

new Daihatsu Boon will come to Japan this month with an entry price of 1.150.200 yen, that is to say the equivalent of about 9,000 euros at the current exchange rate, the same rate as his twin brother Toyota Passo.


Author: Adrian

Car lover since I remember, the Scalextric and the cars scale were in charge of turning on