In point of fact, the Daihatsu Boon didn’t steal the ongoing Tokyo Motor Show 2017. Despite that, we still took some photos of it for public interest.
The Daihatsu Boon is a cute little hatchback
For starters, the Boon, as its name evokes, looks very cute with a higher roof, Mini-like eyes and an array of round details. The car you’re seeing here is the top-of-the-line Boon Cliq, so it’s more appealing with unique pearl white finish interleaved with black accents on the roof and pillars as well as the red ones on lower body, beltline and wheel center caps.
It’s appealing with unique pearl white finish
The car you’re seeing here is the top-of-the-line Boon Cliq
Getting in the cabin, red highlights keep on its influence. But generally, the cockpit is not ostentatious at all when compared with other hatchbacks in the B-segment. It is simple, sedated yet spacious. Thanks to the connected front seats, passengers can get out of the car through any doors.
Getting in the cabin, red highlights keep on its influence
Under the hood is a 1KR-FE Topaz Neo 1.0-liter 3-cylinder engine producing a modest output of 68 hp and 92 Nm at 4,400 rpm, paired with a CVT. In terms of fuel consumption, the Daihatsu Boon hatchback returns a mileage of 28 km/L.