Daihatsu Motors as it is today was formed to succeed Hatsudoki Seizo Co. Ltd, which was established in 1907 and regarded as one of the oldest makers of internal combustion engines. However, what many people may not know is that since August 2016, by share exchange, Daihatsu is a wholly owned subsidiary of Toyota Motors.
That is why most of the features of the Daihatsu Boon, for example, are not much different from the Toyota Passo—another car particularly popular in Malawi—as it is basically the same car under a different name. While Daihatsu made great cars before their merger with Toyota, they became even better. Here are 3 of the best Daihatsu cars to buy used thanks to their fuel economy, interior features, affordability, and availability of spare parts.