The Japanese company Daihatsu produces the Toyota Passo, a five-seat subcompact hatchback. As a forerunner of the Daihatsu boon, the third generation's most recent model's production got underway in April 2016. According to Daihatsu, the term passo comes from the Italian word passo, which means "step," and is taken from the English word pass, which was inspired by the sound that Japanese children make when mimicking the sound of an automobile. Toyota claims that the moniker conjures up an idea of a relaxed and friendly automobile.
With front-wheel drive and four-wheel drive versions available, the Toyota Passo has 1000cc and 1300cc Continuous Variable Transmission engines. When compared to other compact cars in the same class, including the Toyota Ractis and Nissan Note, the Toyota Passo's affordable fuel usage of 26.7 kilometers per liter makes it a popular choice in Kenya. The Toyota Passo offers reasonable maintenance costs and inexpensive replacement parts that are now on the market.
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