The fifth-generation Sambar started in March 1990. The displacement would be 660 cc to meet the new standard.
5th-generation Sambar was launched in 1990.It had a rear-mounted SOHC8 inline 4-cylinder engine from a new EN07 series of engines. In addition to the five-speed manual transmission with EL, a full-fledged continuously variable transmission, ECVT, is newly adopted.
In 1992 Sambar was a minor change. Changed from round shield beam headlamps to odd-shaped square halogen headlamps.
After minor change
An electric car based on the classic was released.The cruising range on a full charge was about 150 km.ECVT was replaced by 3-speed automatic transmission.The suspension has been strengthened. Maximum speed is 90km/h.
Production was discontinued due to the revision of the mini vehicle standard in the previous year. The product was only available in stock.Find Subaru Sambar for sale