Daihatsu Car Service
Servicing information for Daihatsu Petrol and Daihatsu Diesel vehicles
Popular Daihatsu Models
Daihatsu Service Schedule Models
Daihatsu Service Intervals
When do I need to get a logbook service for my Daihatsu vehicle?
It is important to keep your Daihatsu car servicing up to date for your safety, your passengers and others on the road. It will also mean your car is running at optimal performance and gives you the best chance of fixing a small problem before it becomes a bigger and more expensive repair.
Get a Daihatsu Logbook Service Guide, for an easy to read maintenance schedule. It will be saved in your online account so you will never lose it – just view online or print out the PDF when you need it.
The Daihatsu Logbook Service Guide (including task breakdowns) will cover all the service intervals for your selected model. Service intervals may vary across different Daihatsu models but these are two schedules you may find:
Service Interval Schedule 1:
10,000km (6 months)
20,000km (12 months)
30,000km (18 months)
40,000km (24 months)
50,000km (30 months)
60,000km (36 months)
70,000km (42 months)
80,000km (48 months)
90,000km (54 months)
100,000km (60 months)
110,000km (66 months)
120,000km (72 months)
130,000km (78 months)
140,000km (84 months)
150,000km (90 months)
160,000km (96 months)
170,000km (102 months)
180,000km (108 months)
190,000km (114 months)
200,000km (120 months)
Service Interval Schedule 2:
15,000km (12 months)
30,000km (24 months)
45,000km (36 months)
60,000km (48 months)
75,000km (60 months)
90,000km (72 months)
105,000km (84 months)
120,000km (96 months)
135,000km (108 months)
150,000km (120 months)
165,000km (132 months)
180,000km (144 months)
195,000km (156 months)
210,000km (168 months)
Daihatsu Car Servicing by the Best Mechanics
Keep your Daihatsu car servicing up to date to stay safe on the roads.
Get a Daihatsu Service Cost Guide for a free car service price estimate. This can be for a range of Daihatsu vehicles including popular models such as the Daihatsu Charade, Daihatsu Sirion and Daihatsu Terios. You can find out when the next logbook service is due and budget for maintenance costs.
Get UNLIMITED cost estimates for all service intervals for your Daihatsu with a Cost Guide Calculator. Compare the car maintenance cost for 1 or over a range of service intervals and across multiple car makes and models, including any of our Daihatsu models above saved in your account. The Daihatsu Cost Guide Calculator is exclusive to Service My Car!
For an in depth car maintenance schedule, get a Daihatsu Logbook Service Guide. It includes task breakdowns for every car service interval. This vehicle maintenance log book tells you when and what items need attention. You can download your Daihatsu vehicle maintenance schedule as a PDF or log in and view it from your Service My Car account.
Daihatsu Fast Facts
Daihatsu is a Japanese car manufacturer that was first introduced to the Australian market in 1965. However, Daihatsu ceased selling cars in Australia in 2005 due to slow sales
Daihatsu first introduced its cars to the Australian market in 1965.
Daihatsu's most popular models in Australia were the Charade, Applause, and Terios.
In the 1980s and 1990s, Daihatsu had a strong presence in the Australian market, with the Charade being one of the most popular small cars at the time.
Daihatsu cars were known for their fuel efficiency and affordability.
In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Daihatsu faced increasing competition in the small car market, particularly from other Japanese brands such as Toyota and Honda.
In 2005, Daihatsu ceased selling cars in Australia due to slow sales and the high competition in the small car market.
Daihatsu cars were popular among Australian buyers who were looking for reliable and affordable small cars.
Daihatsu also had a small presence in the Australian commercial vehicle market, with the Hi-Max and Delta trucks being popular choices.
After Daihatsu ceased selling cars in Australia, its legacy lived on through Toyota, which had a 51% stake in the company and continued to produce Daihatsu-branded cars for other markets.
Today, Daihatsu is no longer sold in Australia, but it remains a popular brand in other parts of the world, particularly in Asia.
Disclaimer: Always seek advice from a qualified mechanic.