|Manufacturer||Fuji Heavy Industries|
|Also called||Subaru Dias Wagon|
|Production||1961–2012 (Fuji Heavy Industries)|
|Assembly||Otakita Plant, Ōta, Gunma Prefecture, Japan|
|Body and chassis|
The Subaru Sambar is a cabover kei truck and microvan that is currently made by Daihatsu. The Subaru Sambar is common in Japan and is uncommon in the United States and Canada but is sent to these countries when people buy them. However, Subaru did make some Sambars to be sold in the United States.
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References[change | change source]
- "You Need Subaru's Versatile Little Sambar Pickup: The Jalopnik Review".
- 360cc: Nippon 軽自動車 Memorial 1950-1975. Tokyo: Yaesu Publishing. 2007. p. 96. ISBN 978-4-86144-083-0.
- "TOKYO CHAINSAWS SHOWS OFF ITS WARES WITH SUBARU SAMBAR KEI TRUCK SPORTING SOVIET-STYLE BODY KIT".
- "It's Mine: 1969 Subaru Sambar".