The Subaru Sambar is a tiny van — and it’s both cute and practical. Today I’m reviewing the Sambar, and I’m going to show you all the quirks and features of this little Subaru van.
source/image(PrtSc): Doug DeMuro
I’m also going to get behind the wheel of the Subaru Sambar and show you what it’s like to drive — and I’ll review the Sambar’s driving experience.
The fifth generation Sambar was introduced in 1990. Engine regulations for displacement size were increased and the Sambar’s engine was upgraded to 660 cc. For the 4WD version it sold as Subaru Dias Wagon as a permanent trim model.
The engine now had four cylinders and 55 PS (54 bhp) was available with an optional supercharged model, coupled with fuel injection. An automatic transmission was offered in the form of Subaru’s ECVT system in tandem with full-time 4WD and a viscous coupling differential./wikipedia