Daihatsu

Daihatsu   

Daihatsu

Daihatsu, the oldest Japanese auto manufacturer, began selling autos in North America in 1987 with its Charade compact sedan and hatchback. One year later, Toyota took over Daihatsu as the company introduced its Rocky mini SUV to the market. Sales of these vehicles only lasted until 1992, when the company withdrew from the North American market. If you still own a Daihatsu, you'll depend on the highest quality replacement parts to keep it going. Choose the new aftermarket and used Daihatsu parts from LKQ Online, with a free warranty and fast shipping.

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