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Perodua Viva City Car

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Perodua, local partner of Japanese minicar specialist Daihatsu, has introduced the new Viva city car based on the latest Daihatsu Mira.

Perodua produces a wide range of minicars rooted in Daihatsu models. Cheapest is the 12-year-old Kancil that is related to the third-generation Daihatsu Mira. The Viva, on the other hand, is based on the latest, sixth-generation variant. Its styling has been updated, so it is in line with Perodua's Myvi, the company's first self-developed model. The Kancil is staying in production because demand is still strong.

The Viva is priced from $8,300 to $13,000, depending on engine and equipment. Power comes from three different variants of a three-cylinder engine: 660cc, 850cc, and 1.0-liter. The largest engine is equipped with variable valve timing and electronic fuel injection.

At the launch ceremony, Perodua officials said they are targeting 6,000-7,000 units a month, which is about 5 percent of the company's yearly sales target of 161,000 vehicles.

© Source: insideline
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