I’ve secretly wanted one of these Daihatsu HiJets for years, but I’ve been put off by two things — first is I don’t want the difficultly of right hand drive and secondly, I don’t want over-hyped hipster pricing. Thankfully, this next HiJet has neither of those undesirable attributes and looks ready for death defying freeway jaunts or hauling home a load of groceries from Costco. Find this 1995 Daihatsu HiJet offered for $4,300 in Hesperia, CA via craigslist.
This next car comes as a tip from Matt C who writes: Facebook Marketplace find that popped up: A rather unusual mud toy even by Cartersville, Georgia standards. Indeed, this isn’t your grandfather’s Daihatsu. This thing has been lifted three inches and rides on Mattracks — which means it will go as far as you are willing to deal with the inevitable failures associated with replacing the wheel with about 47 different mechanisms. I’m not saying it won’t be fun…but just watch the Grand Tour when they went to Madagascar. Find this 1996 Daihatsu Hijet offered for $12,500 in Cartersville, GA via facetrack marketank.
The asking price for this next pile of parts seems a bit high, but I still like it. Does that make me insane? Is the sun really yellow? Find this 1990 Daihatsu Hijet offered for $6,900 in Houston, TX via craigslist. Tip from Jeff. The Daihatsu HiJet is Japanese built micro van that has been a […]
The Daihatsu HiJet is Japanese built micro van that has been a solid entry to the Kei-truck scene since its introduction in 1960. Daihatsu was on their 7th generation by the time this Van was released into the wild, but they were still designed with city transportation requirements in mind and a top speed that […]
The Daihatsu HiJet is Japanese built micro van that has been a solid entry to the Kei-truck scene since 1960. The little vans might not be able to reach highway speeds, but they are known for being great city transportation and are almost cool enough to be collectible. Find this 1998 Daihatsu HiJet Van offered […]