Nissan and Mitsubishi have together developed a new generation of kei cars for the Japanese market which will be put on sale in June.
Nissan’s models are named DAYZ and DAYZ Highway Star, and they come with bespoke design and decent interior space. Mitsubishi’s stable on the other hand include the eK Wagon and eK Custom which provide a reasonable cabin space and easy handling with good fuel economy and a good quality feel that exceeds that of other minicars.
The agreement between Nissan and Mitsubishi began in December 2010 when the two companies decided to work together on minicars for the Japanese market. This agreement will continue with the launch of a second minicar which will be a tall wagon expected to arrive in early 2014.
There are other important kei cars sold in Japan and this one will be another addition to that list.