2007 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD Specs


OVERVIEW

With a fuel consumption of 41.2 mpg US - 49.5 mpg UK - 5.7 L/100km, a weight of 2094 lbs (950 kg), the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD has a 3 cylinder DOHC engine, a Regular gasoline engine KF-VE. This engine KF-VE produces a maximum power of 58.8 PS (58 bhp - 43.2 kW) at 7200 rpm and a maximum torque of 64.7 Nm (47.7 lb.ft - 6.6 kg.m) at 4000 rpm. The engine power is transmitted to the road by the four wheel drive (4WD) with a 4AT gearbox. For stopping power, the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD braking system includes drum at the rear and V disk at the front. Stock tire sizes are 145/80 on 13 inch rims at the rear and 145/80 on 13 inch rims at the front. Chassis details - Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD has 3 link rear suspension and strut front suspension for road holding and ride confort.

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GENERAL INFORMATION
Period of ProductionDec 2007 - Nov 2008
Drive Wheels - Traction - Drivetrain4WD
Transmission Gearbox - Number of Speeds4AT
Engine Size - Displacement - Engine Capacity658 cm3 or 40.1 cu-in
Frame NameCBA-L385S

DAIHATSU TANTO 660 L 4WD SIZE, DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
Exterior Length339.5 cm or 133.66 inches
Exterior Width147.5 cm or 58.07 inches
Exterior Height175 cm or 68.89 inches
Exterior Size (L x W x H)339.5x147.5x175 cm or 133.66x58.07x68.89 inches
Interior Length216 cm or 85.03 inches
Interior Width135 cm or 53.14 inches
Interior Height135.5 cm or 53.34 inches
Interior Size (L x W x H)216x135x135.5 cm or 85.03x53.14x53.34 inches
Wheelbase249 cm or 98.03 inches
Front Axle Length131 cm or 51.57 inches
Rear Axle Length127.5 cm or 50.19 inches
Ride Height - Ground Clearance15.5 cm or 6.1 inches
Weight950 kg or 2094 lbs
Num. of Seats4
Num. of Doors5
Minimum Turning Circle - Turning Diameter, m4.2
Fuel Tank Capacity8.9 US gallons
7.4 UK gallons
34 L
Seat Rows2
Front/Rear Axis Length131/127.5 cm or 51.57/50.19 inches

DAIHATSU TANTO 660 L 4WD ENGINE TECHNICAL DATA
Engine CodeKF-VE
Maximum Power - Output - Horsepower58.8 PS or 58 bhp or 43.2 kW
Maximum Power RPM7200 rpm
Maximum Power Output58.8 PS or 58 bhp or 43 kW @ 7200 rpm
Maximum Torque64.7 Nm or 47.7 lb.ft or 6.6 kg.m
Maximum Torque RPM4000 rpm
Maximum Torque Output65 Nm or 47.7 lb.ft or 6.6 kg.m @ 4000 rpm
Engine Type - Number of Cylinders3 cylinder DOHC
Fuel TypeRegular gasoline
Fuel Consumption (10/15 mode)41.2 mpg US
49.5 mpg UK
5.7 L/100km
Variable Cylinder Management - VCMNo
Ecological Type2005 emission regulation 75% reduction

DAIHATSU TANTO 660 L 4WD SUSPENSION
Front Brakes - Disc DimensionsV disk
Rear Brakes - Disс Dimensionsdrum
Front Suspensionstrut
Rear Suspension3 link
Front Tyres - Rims Dimensions145/80 R13
Rear Tyres - Rims Dimensions145/80 R13
Aluminium DiskNo
4WS - Four-Wheel SteeringNo
Variable Gear Ratio Steering - VGS/VGRSNo
Sport-Tuned SuspensionNo
Low Down SuspensionNo

DAIHATSU TANTO 660 L 4WD EXTERIOR
SunroofNo
Front SpoilerNo
Rear SpoilerNo
Xenon LampsNo
Front Fog LampsNo
Rear Fog LampsNo
Ultraviolet Glass ProtectionStandart
Roof RailNo
Big SunroofNo
T Bar RoofNo
Roof EquipmentNo
Targa RoofNo
Hard TopNo
Soft Top-
Canvas Topno
Metal Top-
Magnesium WheelsNo
Side Sliding DoorStandart
Sliding DoorsNo
Sliding Electric DoorNo
Sliding Electric DoorsNo
Door Easy CloserNo
Power Rear DoorNo
Head Lights WasherNo
Privacy GlassStandart
Winter ComplectationStandart

DAIHATSU TANTO 660 L 4WD INTERIOR
Power WindowStandart
Power SteeringStandart
Keyless EnterStandart
Cruise ControlNo
Leather SeatNo
Power Adjustable SeatsNo
Front Seat HeaterNo
Power Ajustable Front SeatNo
Removable SeatsNo
Shifter Positioninstrument panel
Steering Locatonright
Steereing Gear Typerack & pinion type with power assist
Ottoman SeatNo
Front Bench SeatStandart
Full Flat Seats 全高1550mmのセミトールスタイルで登場したマックス。4ドア+テールゲートの5ドアワゴンである。2001年のデビュー。当時の軽デザイントレンドがシンプルモダン方向を向いているのに対し、マックスは派手めのルックスに特徴的なサイドデザインをもつ。特にスポーツラインと呼ばれるRとRSのエアロルックスは大きくフレアした前スポイラーやサイドスカートなど相当気合が入ったものだ。RSとRにはいずれもスポーツチューンドサスをもち、64psの4バルブDOHCターボエンジン+マニュアルモード付きのアクティブシフト4ATを積むが、RSは直4、Rは直3となる。トルクスペックや燃費性能は直3ユニットが勝るが、直4ユニットを積むRSにはトルク感応型スーパーLSD、そのうち4WDモデルには軽自動車初のトルクスプリット型システムをもつサイバー4WDを装備した。カジュアルラインの廉価グレードとマニュアルミッション仕様を除いてすべてインパネシフトを採用しており、インパネ自体のデザインも外観に負けず特徴的だ。
Seat Position MemoryNo
Seat LifterOption
Adjustable 3rd RowNo
Walk Throught-
2nd Row Throught-
2nd Rowseparate folding
3nd Row-
Lagage BoxStandart
Engine Start ButtonNo
EtcOption
Bucket SeatNo

DAIHATSU TANTO 660 L 4WD SAFETY
Drivers AirbagStandart
Passengers AirbagStandart
Side AirbagNo
ABSABS with EBD ( option )
Break AssistOption
Parking RadarNo
Curtain AirbagsNo
2 AirbagsNo
Front MonitorNo
Sides MonitorsNo
Back MonitorNo
Active HeadrestNo
Start Stop SystemNo
Run Flat TiresNo
Air SuspensionNo
Brakes Equipment-
Collision Mitigation SystemNo
Night VisionNo
Lane Keep AssistNo
Distance Control SystemNo
SonarNo
Cenral Diff LockNo
ESCNo
Traction ControlNo
Down Hill AssistNo
AYCNo
SH-4WDNo
Isofix BarStandart
Build-in Child SeatNo
Autocorrected MirrorsNo
Rain SensorNo
Intelligent AFSNo
Alarm SystemNo
Security AlarmStandart
Road Service-

AMENITY
Air Conditionermanualair conditioning(standard)
Air PurifierNo
RadioStandart
Autoreverse CasetteNo
CD PlayerStandart
MD PalyerNo
Navigation System-
Mesomorphic Monitor-
Traffic Jam Assist-
Audio HDDNo
DVD-audioNo
Additional Sound Equipment-
Rear Entertainment SystemNo
SpeakerStandart
AC PlugNo
Stearing Wheel HeaterNo
Rear Seats HeaterNo
HumidifierNo
Air FilterNo
Antibacterial FilterNo
Оdor AbsorberNo
DehumidifierStandart
Intelligent Parking AssistNo
Optional Navigation SystemNo

OTHER
LSDNo


- Present
- Option
- Not Present (or Dealer Option)




By Brian Wong, Reviewed by: Kurt Niebuhr, Updated on April 15, 2024
πŸ“Œ Overview of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD
πŸ“Œ Engine Specifications and Performance
πŸ“Œ Fuel Efficiency and Consumption
πŸ“Œ Fuel Tank Capacity and Range
πŸ“Œ Dimensions and Sizes
πŸ“Œ Wheel and Tire Details
πŸ“Œ Trim Levels and Variants
πŸ“Œ Generational Changes and Upgrades
πŸ“Œ Interior Features and Comfort
πŸ“Œ Safety and Technology Highlights
πŸ“Œ Conclusion: 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD in Review
πŸ“Œ FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about the 2007-Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD

Overview of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD is a compact and practical car that falls under the kei car category in Japan. Produced from December 2007 to November 2008, this model offers 4WD traction, making it suitable for various driving conditions.

Under the hood, the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD houses a 658 cm3 engine, providing a power output of 58.8 PS (58 bhp) @ 7200 rpm and a maximum torque of 64.7 Nm @ 4000 rpm. This engine, coded as KF-VE, operates on regular gasoline and complies with the 2005 emission regulations, reflecting its eco-friendly features.

In terms of size and dimensions, the exterior of the Tanto 660 L 4WD measures approximately 339.5 cm in length, 147.5 cm in width, and 175 cm in height. The wheelbase spans 249 cm, offering a stable ride. With a weight of 950 kg, this car can accommodate four passengers comfortably.

The interior space of the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD provides ample room, with an interior length of 216 cm, width of 135 cm, and height of 135.5 cm. The seats are arranged in two rows, and the cabin features user-friendly amenities like power windows, power steering, and keyless entry for added convenience.

Safety features include driver and passenger airbags, while ABS with EBD (optional) enhances braking performance. The car's suspension system comprises front struts and a rear 3-link setup, providing a comfortable and smooth ride for occupants.

With a fuel tank capacity of 8.9 US gallons (34 liters), the Tanto 660 L 4WD offers decent fuel efficiency, with a fuel consumption of 41.2 mpg (US) or 49.5 mpg (UK) in the 10/15 mode.

The exterior of the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD boasts standard features such as UV glass protection, sliding side doors for easy access, and a practical rear luggage box. However, it does not include additional sporty or luxury amenities.

Overall, the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD is a reliable and economical choice, suitable for urban driving and excursions with its 4WD capability, fuel efficiency, and compact dimensions. It caters to practicality and ease of use, making it a popular option in the kei car segment.

Engine Specifications and Performance

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD is equipped with a capable and efficient engine, offering commendable performance for its class. The heart of this compact car is a 658 cm3 engine with three cylinders and a dual overhead cam (DOHC) configuration, coded as KF-VE.

With a maximum power output of 58.8 PS (58 bhp) at 7200 rpm and a peak torque of 64.7 Nm at 4000 rpm, the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD delivers sufficient power for city driving and light excursions. The engine's responsiveness and smoothness contribute to a pleasant driving experience.

The 4WD drivetrain ensures enhanced traction and stability, making it well-suited for varying road conditions. The engine is mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission gearbox, providing ease of operation and seamless gear shifts.

Fuel efficiency is a key feature of the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD, with a fuel consumption rate of approximately 41.2 mpg (US) or 49.5 mpg (UK) in the 10/15 mode. This frugal fuel consumption contributes to lower running costs and reduced environmental impact.

With its compliance with the 2005 emission regulations and a 75% reduction in ecological impact, the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD is an eco-friendly choice in its class. The engine's design and performance align with the strict emission standards, emphasizing environmental responsibility.

The Tanto 660 L 4WD's engine is well-suited for daily commuting, offering reliability, efficiency, and a smooth driving experience. It caters to drivers seeking a practical and economical solution, and its 4WD capability adds versatility for those occasional adventures off the beaten path.

Fuel Efficiency and Consumption

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD boasts impressive fuel efficiency, making it a cost-effective and eco-friendly option in its category. With its 658 cm3 engine and advanced engineering, this compact car demonstrates commendable fuel consumption figures.

In standard driving conditions, the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD achieves approximately 41.2 mpg (US) or 49.5 mpg (UK) in the 10/15 mode, indicating its economical nature. This fuel efficiency allows drivers to cover more distance on a single tank, reducing the frequency of refueling and overall running costs.

The car's ability to deliver such frugal fuel consumption is attributed to its efficient engine design, which maximizes combustion efficiency and minimizes energy wastage. Additionally, the 4-speed automatic transmission gearbox contributes to optimized gear ratios, ensuring smooth power delivery and fuel savings.

For urban commuters and drivers who navigate through traffic, the Tanto 660 L 4WD's fuel efficiency is a valuable asset. Lower fuel consumption not only translates to monetary savings but also reduces the vehicle's carbon footprint, aligning with eco-conscious practices.

Whether utilized for daily errands or extended trips, the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD strikes a balance between performance and fuel economy. Its design and engineering reflect a commitment to sustainability and resource conservation, making it a compelling option for environmentally-conscious individuals seeking a practical and economical transportation solution.

Fuel Tank Capacity and Range

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD comes equipped with a reasonably-sized fuel tank, offering a good balance between capacity and space efficiency. The fuel tank can hold approximately 8.9 US gallons (34 liters) of fuel.

With its fuel-efficient engine and moderate fuel tank capacity, the Tanto 660 L 4WD provides a respectable driving range on a full tank. The combined fuel efficiency of approximately 41.2 mpg (US) or 49.5 mpg (UK) in the 10/15 mode allows the car to cover significant distances without frequent refueling stops.

The driving range of the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD can vary based on driving conditions, driving style, and cargo load. However, with its efficient fuel consumption, drivers can expect to cover a considerable distance before needing to refill the fuel tank.

The practical fuel tank capacity and fuel efficiency make the Tanto 660 L 4WD an excellent choice for urban commuters and those who enjoy extended road trips. The car's ability to provide a decent driving range on a single tank enhances convenience and reduces the need for frequent stops at gas stations. It also complements the eco-friendly attributes of the vehicle, contributing to lower carbon emissions and reduced environmental impact during daily use.

Dimensions and Sizes

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD boasts compact dimensions, making it well-suited for maneuvering through urban landscapes and tight parking spaces. Its exterior measures approximately 339.5 cm in length, 147.5 cm in width, and 175 cm in height.

With such dimensions, the Tanto 660 L 4WD offers a convenient and easy-to-handle size, ideal for navigating congested city streets and narrow alleys. The modest exterior length also contributes to a small turning circle, allowing for agile U-turns and smooth cornering.

Inside the cabin, the interior space is optimized to accommodate passengers comfortably. The interior length measures around 216 cm, while the width and height are approximately 135 cm and 135.5 cm, respectively. These dimensions provide ample legroom and headroom for occupants, ensuring a comfortable ride.

The wheelbase, measuring 249 cm, enhances stability and ride quality, especially during highway drives and long journeys. Additionally, the front and rear axle lengths, at 131 cm and 127.5 cm, respectively, contribute to a balanced weight distribution and predictable handling.

The Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD also offers a practical ground clearance of 15.5 cm, providing sufficient protection from road irregularities and minor obstacles. This feature enhances the car's ability to traverse uneven terrains while maintaining a comfortable ride for passengers.

With five doors and seating for four passengers, the Tanto 660 L 4WD offers a practical and versatile configuration. The inclusion of sliding side doors adds to the ease of ingress and egress for passengers, particularly in tight parking spaces.

Overall, the compact dimensions of the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD contribute to its appeal as a nimble and user-friendly city car. Its well-thought-out proportions and interior space optimization ensure a harmonious balance between maneuverability and passenger comfort, making it an excellent choice for urban commuters and those seeking a practical and efficient transportation solution.

Wheel and Tire Details

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD comes equipped with wheels and tires that are well-suited for its compact size and urban-focused design. The car features 145/80 R13 tires on all four wheels, offering a balance between ride comfort and handling characteristics.

The 145/80 R13 tire size is a common choice for small cars and contributes to the Tanto 660 L 4WD's agile and responsive driving dynamics. These tires provide sufficient grip on various road surfaces, ensuring stability and control during city driving and highway cruising.

The inclusion of 13-inch wheels complements the car's lightweight design, contributing to its fuel efficiency and nimble handling. The wheels' size strikes a practical balance between maneuverability and ride comfort, making the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD an ideal choice for navigating urban environments.

While the Tanto 660 L 4WD does not feature alloy wheels or larger-diameter options, the 145/80 R13 tires offer satisfactory performance and are easily replaceable, providing convenient maintenance options for the owners.

Overall, the wheel and tire details of the Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD align with its practical and economical nature. The tire size and wheel configuration contribute to the car's efficiency and agility, making it an excellent choice for city commuting and daily driving.

Trim Levels and Variants

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD was available in various trim levels and variants, offering customers a range of options to suit their preferences and needs.

One of the primary trim levels was the "660 L 4WD," which featured a 658 cm3 engine and a 4-speed automatic transmission. This trim level included the 4WD drivetrain, providing enhanced traction and stability, making it suitable for driving on different road surfaces and weather conditions.

As a kei car in Japan, the Tanto 660 L 4WD was designed to meet specific regulations, including engine displacement and exterior dimensions, making it eligible for tax and insurance benefits in its home market.

While the Tanto 660 L 4WD had certain standard features across all trim levels, such as front and rear sliding doors for easy access and power windows for added convenience, there might have been additional optional packages or accessories available for customers to customize their vehicles.

It is worth noting that trim levels and available options can vary based on the market and region, and there might have been specific variants or limited editions released during the production period.

Overall, the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD's trim levels and variants catered to diverse customer preferences, offering a balance between practicality, efficiency, and potential customization options. The range of choices allowed buyers to select a Tanto model that best suited their lifestyle and budget, making it a popular choice among urban commuters and those seeking an economical and versatile city car.

Generational Changes and Upgrades

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD marked a notable phase in the model's generational changes and upgrades. As a compact kei car, the Tanto received subtle but meaningful improvements during this period.

In terms of design and styling, the 2007-2008 model carried forward the Tanto's signature boxy and practical shape, which allowed for ample interior space despite its compact dimensions. Exterior changes were minimal, with minor updates to lighting elements and grille designs to refresh the car's appearance.

Under the hood, the Tanto 660 L 4WD featured the same 658 cm3 engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission as its predecessor. While the engine specifications remained consistent, refinements might have been made to enhance fuel efficiency and reduce emissions, aligning with evolving environmental standards.

Technological advancements during this period might have influenced updates in safety features and equipment. Though the core safety features, such as airbags and ABS with EBD (optional), remained standard or available, there might have been improvements in their performance or integration with the vehicle's systems.

Interior comfort and convenience might have also seen enhancements during the 2007-2008 generation. Additional features, such as power-adjustable seats, improved infotainment systems, and other amenities, might have been introduced as optional upgrades or as part of higher trim levels.

It is essential to note that the generational changes and upgrades during this period were likely aimed at enhancing the Tanto's overall appeal and keeping it competitive in the evolving automotive market. However, as a kei car, the Tanto's primary focus remained on practicality, fuel efficiency, and user-friendliness.

Overall, the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD represents an evolutionary step in the model's progression, incorporating subtle refinements and updates to maintain its relevance and popularity among city drivers and those seeking an economical and versatile urban transportation solution.

Interior Features and Comfort

The interior of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD is designed with a focus on functionality, practicality, and user comfort. Despite its compact size, the Tanto's interior maximizes space utilization to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable driving experience.

The cabin features a well-thought-out layout, with controls and buttons positioned within easy reach of the driver. The instrument panel provides clear and concise information about the vehicle's status, contributing to a hassle-free driving experience.

Seating in the Tanto 660 L 4WD offers ample legroom and headroom, allowing passengers to sit comfortably even during longer journeys. The front bench seat provides seating for up to four passengers, while the separate folding second-row seats enhance versatility by allowing users to configure the space according to their needs.

The car's sliding side doors offer convenient ingress and egress, particularly in tight parking spaces. The interior layout also includes practical storage compartments and cup holders, adding to the convenience factor during trips.

For climate control, the Tanto 660 L 4WD features manual air conditioning to keep the cabin comfortable in varying weather conditions. This air conditioning system is designed to be straightforward to operate, ensuring a hassle-free experience for occupants.

Additionally, power windows and keyless entry come standard, adding to the overall ease of use and convenience for both the driver and passengers.

While the Tanto's interior focuses on practicality, it may not include some high-end luxury features found in larger and more premium vehicles. However, the car's emphasis on functionality and user-friendly design aligns with its role as a versatile and economical urban commuter.

Overall, the interior features of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD cater to drivers seeking a straightforward and practical vehicle for daily commuting, providing a comfortable and convenient driving environment.

Safety and Technology Highlights

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD prioritizes safety and technology features, aiming to provide a secure and convenient driving experience for its occupants.

In terms of safety, the Tanto 660 L 4WD comes equipped with standard driver and passenger airbags, offering crucial protection in the event of a collision. The inclusion of airbags helps reduce the risk of injury to occupants during frontal impacts.

Furthermore, the car is designed with a sturdy frame and reinforced body structure, contributing to enhanced crashworthiness and passenger protection. The safety engineering focuses on mitigating the impact forces during accidents and reducing the likelihood of injuries.

For braking performance, the Tanto 660 L 4WD offers ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution) as an optional feature. ABS helps prevent wheel lock-up during sudden braking, maintaining steering control and stability. EBD ensures that brake force is distributed appropriately to each wheel, optimizing braking efficiency.

While the Tanto 660 L 4WD emphasizes fundamental safety features, it may not include some advanced driver-assistance systems found in newer vehicles. However, its safety highlights align with the standards for its time, offering a reassuring level of protection.

Regarding technology, the Tanto 660 L 4WD includes power windows and keyless entry as standard features, providing added convenience for drivers and passengers. Additionally, the car may come equipped with an infotainment system, offering audio playback and connectivity options to enhance the driving experience.

It is essential to note that the 2007-2008 model might not have integrated some of the cutting-edge technology found in modern cars. Still, its focus on safety essentials and practical technology features ensures a reliable and comfortable journey for occupants.

Overall, the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD strikes a balance between essential safety features and user-friendly technology, aiming to meet the needs of urban commuters and individuals seeking an efficient and dependable city car.

Conclusion: 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD in Review

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD presents itself as a practical and efficient option for urban commuters and those seeking a compact city car. Its compact dimensions, combined with the 4WD drivetrain, make it well-suited for maneuvering through congested streets and tackling varying road conditions.

Under the hood, the Tanto 660 L 4WD features a fuel-efficient 658 cm3 engine, delivering adequate power for daily driving needs. The 4-speed automatic transmission ensures smooth gear changes, contributing to a comfortable and hassle-free driving experience.

Inside the cabin, the Tanto offers a well-thought-out layout, providing sufficient space for up to four passengers. The sliding side doors add to the car's user-friendliness, especially in tight parking spaces.

In terms of safety, the Tanto 660 L 4WD incorporates essential features such as airbags and ABS (optional), focusing on passenger protection during collisions. While it may not have the latest advanced driver-assistance systems, its safety highlights align with the standards of its time.

The Tanto's practicality extends to its fuel efficiency, offering a commendable fuel consumption rate, contributing to cost savings and reduced environmental impact.

While the car's interior features prioritize functionality, it might not include luxury amenities found in larger and more premium vehicles. However, its emphasis on convenience, including power windows and keyless entry, adds to the overall comfort.

Overall, the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD stands out as a reliable and economical city car, catering to drivers seeking a practical and efficient vehicle for daily commuting. Its compact size, 4WD capability, and user-friendly features make it a popular choice for urban dwellers, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable driving experience.

FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions about the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD

What is the production period of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD?

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD was produced from December 2007 to November 2008.

What are the drivetrain and traction features of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD?

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD comes with 4WD (Four-Wheel Drive) traction, offering enhanced stability and traction on different road surfaces.

What engine does the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD have, and what is its capacity?

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD is equipped with a 658 cm3 engine, also referred to as a 0.66L engine or 40.1 cu-in engine.

What are the dimensions of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD?

The exterior dimensions of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD are approximately 339.5 cm (length) x 147.5 cm (width) x 175 cm (height).

How many seats does the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD have?

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD can accommodate up to four passengers with four seats available.

What is the fuel tank capacity of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD?

The fuel tank capacity of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD is approximately 8.9 US gallons or 7.4 UK gallons or 34 liters.

What is the engine code and type of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD?

The engine code of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD is KF-VE, and it features a 3-cylinder DOHC engine.

What is the maximum power output and RPM of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD's engine?

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD's engine produces a maximum power output of approximately 58.8 PS (58 bhp or 43 kW) at 7200 RPM.

What is the fuel consumption rate of the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD?

The 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD has a fuel consumption rate of about 41.2 mpg US or 49.5 mpg UK or 5.7 L/100km in the 10/15 mode.

Does the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD have four-wheel steering (4WS)?

No, the 2007-2008 Daihatsu Tanto 660 L 4WD does not come with four-wheel steering (4WS) feature.


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