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How many cylinders on a 1991 daihatsu (toyota) hijet 4x4 mini truck?

In the process of learning a newly acquired Daihatsu Hijet, which by the way seems to do every handy job that I ever wanted. However, I would like to learn some things about it without getting deep in the hood. So, my question is, how many cylinders does the 1991 daihatsu (toyota) hijet 4x4 mini truck run on?

To start with, let me correct you by saying that there is no Toyota hijet or Dihatsu Toyota hijet, as far as my understanding of the kei truck goes.

Now, to answer the question on the number of cylinders the 1991 Hijet runs on, there are 3 cylinder pistons that powers the kei truck.

There is actually a lot to learn about the history of the Daihatsu Hijet and the entire Japanese mini truk industry in general. These vehicles started out decades ago and as much as they look small as compared to other vehicles in the industry in terms of engine size and capacity, their first versions were way smaller with light performance duties. It is also worth mentioning that there was introduction of 4 WD Hijet along with other Kei trucks which had the same. But with years of improvement and augmentations, they have becomes efficient medium sized vehicles that we all love.

Usually, Daihatsu's are familiar for 993 cc 3 cylinder engine, while domestic versions had to make do with 550 cc due to the strict Kei rules.

Daihatsu Hijet has a water cooled engine with 3 cylinders and engine capacity of 659 cc.

It hosts a very reliable 3 stroke engine with a 550 cc capacity. It has a very low fuel consumption, but the stepping down of engine capacity due to the country's policy has brought down the acceleration levels and maximum load capacity.

Normally, 1991 daihatsu (toyota) hijet 4x4 mini truck  have 3 cylinders.

1991 daihatsu hijet 4x4 mini truck  has 659cc engine capacity with 3 cylinders and 8 valves.