1998 Daihatsu Move Latte
Cheap, reliable deathtrap
Car lost compression after about 180.000 kms.
Doors felt delicate, and a general feeling of lack of safety aboard was evident.
It's a cute car, but I wouldn't own one. It's neither safe nor visually pleasing (it reminds me of something built out of Lego), but it gets you from point A to point B without trouble.
Roomy inside, but uncomfortably narrow.
Has little or no suspension, and engine lacks power. Would make great first car, but not to drive on the highway.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 5th December, 2010
11th Jul 2012, 06:51
I agree, these cars are very small and do wear out fast, as they rev high on a motorway, but they are so cheap to rebuild, as they are easy to work on and there's less to replace.
What you save on fuel in a year, you could buy another for!
Travelling with four people around town is OK, but on the motorway it is not; you will always be on the side, waiting to get passed. 80kmph is all you will get with 4 people and luggage on the flat! And hills are worse! These cars will do 120kmph roughly flat out, depending on head winds! (850cc)