Daihatsu Xenia D-110


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Ever wonder why they didn’t “el Camino” the first Celica? Obviously, they were waiting for the seventh-generation car, which gets the open-back treatment in its transformation into the Cruising Deck concept. The Cruising Deck pops off the newest Celica’s rear hatch, installs a rumble seat and a picnic-table sized rear spoiler, and heads for the sun. (Maybe that’s where the designers have been spending a little too much time…) The trucklike bed can be pulled up and fixed on to the spoiler to create a deck chair, believe it or not, and the Cruising Deck has a side-hinged tailgate for parties out of bounds. A hitch for towing watersports vehicles has been installed, too. A 1.8-liter four with 187 horsepower provides power, and a six-speed manual is the gearbox of choice.

  • Engine Size: 3.8L
  • Engine Type: 4-Cylinder DOHC
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Mileage: 5000 miles
  • Exterior Color: White
  • Interior Color: Black
  • Fuel Type: Gas
  • Status: New
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  • Standard Seating: 4
  • Steering Type: Power Steering
  • Height: 210 in.
  • Width: 110 in.
  • Length: 330 in.
  • Wheelbase: 54 in.
  • Track Rear: 12 in.
  • Track Front: 23 in.
  • Ground Clearance: 23 in.

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