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Daihatsu cars for sale in Sri Lanka

Daihatsu Cars for Sale in Sri lanka | Daihatsu Price in Sri Lanka

Founded in 1907, the company is well known for its expertise in building small, efficient and affordable city cars, and they’ve taken Japan’s Kei-car culture to a different league by bringing in models such as the hard-top convertible, Copen. Most of Daihatsu lineup, including the Terios, the Mira / Cuore and the now-discontinued Charade, are popular car models in Sri Lanka.

The company at present is a subsidiary of Toyota, which has only helped to improve the marque’s already solid reputation, as a maker of robust, efficient and reliable small cars that work perfectly as city runabouts.

Daihatsu cars and vans in Sri Lanka

The Daihatsu brand has always been one of the most reputed Japanese vehicle makes in Sri Lanka. First introduced to the country in 1978 by UNI WALKERS (Pvt) Ltd, who were also the sole distributors for the brand, managed to popularize the vehicles throughout the country with its small size well performing and reliable models. The company has an excellent after sales service and availability of parts for the wide range of vehicles they offer. The older, now discontinued models such as the Charade can still be seen on the road, supported by the wide network of independent spare part imports. Used Daihatsu cars in Sri Lanka are also frequently available, and competition for this brand only comes from the smaller models (like the Vitz, March and Swift) that the other Japanese competitors offer.

In 2006, Softlogic Holdings (Pvt) Ltd acquired UNI WALKERS (Pvt) Ltd, which is one of the largest technology giants in Sri Lanka. The company now operates under Softlogic and continues to provide a class leading service to its customers who have purchased Daihatsu vehicles in Sri Lanka.

5 Reasons to Buy a Daihatsu car

  1. Typically small size vehicles that are ideal for Sri Lanka’s close-fitting roads
  2. Highly fuel efficient engine designs that are built to achieve the highest efficiency for its size
  3. Having an authorized distributor in the country, which helps Daihatsu owners to drive their vehicles with peace in mine, knowing that the company can provide support for their vehicles
  4. Availability of spare parts across the country, through both the official distributor as well as through third parties
  5. The technology of Daihatsu is essentially the technology of Toyota, which provides a huge boost to its reliability

Top 5 Best Selling Daihatsu Models in Sri Lanka

These are the most popular Daihatsu vehicles (Sedans, Subcompacts, Hatchbacks, Crossovers, SUV’s, MPV’s and Vans etc...), sold in Sri Lanka.

Daihatsu HiJet

The HiJet is the most popular kei truck, micro van that is manufactured by the Daihatsu Motor Corporation, to be sold in Sri Lanka. It has a nifty mini size design, with a smaller 660 cc engine or a 1300 cc engine to power its drive. Despite its small size the HiJet is capable of carrying 07 passengers with extra cargo, which has led it to become a highly popular vehicle among Sri Lanka’s small business owners. For more information about this versatile vehicle, please read our Daihatsu HiJet review at Carmudi.lk.

Hybrid Model: Available

Price (As Of 2015): Reconditioned vehicles, between Rs. 1,750,000 to Rs. 2,250,000. Used vehicles, between Rs. 1,000,000 to Rs. 1,950,000.

Daihatsu Charade

The Charade was a highly popular supermini car, which was marketed as a large compact car by Daihatsu and is one of the oldest branded vehicles from the marque to be imported to Sri Lanka. Even though it is now discontinued, the Charade had an exceptional run from 1977 to 2002, becoming one of the most well known Daihatsu made vehicles in the country. The car was popular in Sri Lanka thanks to its compact design and fuel efficiency and had an exceptional after market value due to its popularity.

Hybrid Model: Not Available

Price (As Of 2015): Reconditioned or used vehicles, between Rs. 1,000,000 to 1,500,000.

Daihatsu Terios

The Terios is a small, five-door mini SUV that actually performs well off-road when given the chance. Its smaller footprint helps the car navigate through rough terrain with steep approach and departure angles. While the Terios comes as a 4x4, the rebadged Toyota Rush (which is front-wheel drive) shares almost all the components with its Daihatsu counterpart, except for the drivetrain. To learn more about the Daihatsu Terios, you can read our review on Carmudi Sri Lanka.

Hybrid Model: Not Available

Price (As Of 2015): Reconditioned or used vehicles, between Rs. 2,000,000 to 3,500,000.

Daihatsu Cuore

The Cuore is a four-door compact hatchback, which was manufactured by the Daihatsu Motor Corporation and was known to be a sibling of the popular Daihatsu Mira nameplate. The car became popular in the early 80’s and the 90’s in Sri Lanka due to its relatively small size for the countries tight roads as well as its fuel efficiency. It was especially known for its aftermarket value and was desired by many, who wanted a quick and efficient mode of travel.

Hybrid Model: Not Available

Price (As Of 2015): Reconditioned or used vehicles, between Rs. 500,000 to 1,000,000.

Daihatsu Mira

The Mira is a popular kei-car, which has been in existence since 1980’s. The small four-door hatch has been a long-running city car, and has even managed to form the basis for the Perodua Viva Elite, due to its exceptional design. The car shared the engine with most of Toyota’s cars, including the Vitz. Owing to its dependability, fuel economy, build quality as well as the performance, has led the vehicle to be one of the most popular cars made by Daihatsu to be sold in Sri Lanka. For further information about the Daihatsu Mira, you can read review at Carmudi.lk.

Hybrid Model: Not Available

Price (As Of 2015): Reconditioned or used vehicles, between Rs. 1,000,000 to Rs. 2,600,000.

Other notable Daihatsu models found in Sri Lanka includes the Daihatsu Atrai, Daihatsu Esse and the Daihatsu Cargo.

Daihatsu Hybrid Vehicles Found in Sri Lanka

The Hybrid technology that was developed by the Daihatsu motors is called the “Daihatsu Mild Hybrid System” and is primarily used in its popular van, sedan and pickup truck vehicle models. These includes the company’s first Hybrid vehicle the Daihatsu Altis (which was also badge engineered and sold as the popular Toyota Camry) as well as the Daihatsu Mebius, which is the company’s second Hybrid vehicle and the Daihatsu HIJET Hybrid-IV.

Both the Daihatsu HIJET and its cousin the Daihatsu Atrai van are available in Sri Lanka, though the Hybrid versions of these vehicles are difficult to find. However, these vans can be obtained through third party distributors if required.

Where to buy Daihatsu in Sri Lanka

UNI WALKERS (Pvt) Ltd, based in Colombo, which is also a subsidiary of Softlogic Holdings (Pvt) Ltd, is the authorized distributors for Daihatsu vehicles sold in Sri Lanka. However, the brand is also widely available through dozens of third party vehicle dealers who are based in prominent cities, throughout the country.

Discover the Selection of Daihatsu for Sale in Your City on Carmudi Sri Lanka

Interesting Facts about Daihatsu

The Japanese automaker Daihatsu is the oldest continuing automaker in Japan, with an enduring history of nearly 110 years.

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