Subaru Pleo dimensions
Latest model: Subaru Pleo (2005)
Length: 133.7 (in) = 3395 (mm)
Width: 58.1 (in) = 1475 (mm)
Height: 61 (in) = 1550 (mm)
Compare Subaru Pleo dimensions to: Subaru Justy, Fiat Seicento
Subaru Pleo details:
The Subaru Pleo is a compact keicar made by Subaru, and only sold in Japan. It was launched in October 1998 when Japanese regulations dictated a size change in the keicar tax bracket, and every keicar model from every make was redesigned as a result.
The Pleo is taller than conventional keicar hatchbacks, but still shorter than the definitive keicar minivan, the Suzuki Wagon R. It was available with a variety of 658 cc I4 engines: SOHC, DOHC, and supercharged in two different trim levels.
The Pleo was replaced by the Subaru R2, which was introduced on December 8, 2003. However, the Pleo is still available as an affordable model with low-end engines.