Before we get into the difference between the two versions, you must first be aware that there are 2 engines to choose from, which are the 1.0 liter 1KR-FE and the 1.3 liter NR-FE engines respectively. Both variants comes with the DVVT (Dual Variable Valve Timing-intelligent) system, pretty much the same as the VVT-i. This is the result of the co-development of the vehicles with its subsidiary Daihatsu motor.

In terms of size, the car is 3,640mm long, 1,665mm wide and 1,535mm tall. Typically, just like its previous version, the new Passo is a 5 passenger vehicle which would be very ideal and essentially spacious. Some of the things which comes with this new Passo include accessories like a retractable hook, a multi-purpose storage tray and a wide storage shelf while the rear seat could be ‘flattened’ to provide more space in the cargo.

It also comes with Smart Entry and Start System where a button touch will unlock and lock the doors while engine start and stop too are equipped with buttons as well. Safety features here include the Vehicle Stability Control and Traction Control System (VSC & TRC) while SRS airbags are standard in front, side and curtain-shiled ones.

If you are to compare it with its previous model, you would notice that it looks more curvier now and of course, that seemed to be the standard these days. Known also the Daihatsu Boon, there could just be a way to get into our roads via Perodua but whether it would come complete like what it is now or not remains to be seen.

 

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