Similar to Kei cars in Japan, Microvans are just the inching towards the future we need. Though a lot of it comes from the past. These vehicles are hardly as sold in the USA. That’s because, obviously they’re hella small and not really for the big and bulky personality that Americans like to muster around with their own drive. So honestly, it’s very clear here that they would prefer to sell these overseas. The question is what are these tiny vans doing anywhere but here. They look like incredible transportation to traverse through the city with or even through fields.
All wheels drive to push the passengers through with 53 horsepower and a four-cylinder engine. That sends you going when you have three-speed auto transmission and 660cc-s. Typically, the vehicle comes with stock brakes and chassis.
The Subaru Sambar is the idyllic kei class vehicle. Whether you want to turn it into a Volkswagen Camper or drive it in typical right-hand drive, this retro package usually comes in manual. Typically also comes with a rear-wheel drive.
Toyota Pixis Mega
This particular box-like creature comes with either a 2WD or 4WD. Respectively with 52 or 63 horsepowered engines. The floorplan is pushed down to the limit on the exterior with a sliding door to boot. Additionally, there’s easy load space and access in the back.
Honda N Box
As long as 3.395 meters, as wide as 1.475 meters and as tall as 1.77 meters, this three-dimensional vehicle has as much room to sit in as a cozy tiny home. The vehicles has a good body color and reflective decal sheets. With LEDS being capable as both decorative and practical lighting.
It was a cabover microvan that was commonly produced from 1983 to 1998. Depending on the size of the engine, it would garner different names from time to time.
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