The Subaru Sumo, known as the Libero in European markets except the UK, Norway, and Sweden, and as the Domingo in the Japanese market, was a microvan produced from 1983 to 1998. In Sweden, it was known as the Columbuss (buss means bus in Swedish), and in Taiwan the latter generation was marketed as the Estratto. It was also called the Subaru E10 and Subaru E12 respectively in some places, the names referring to the size of the engines. The Sumo shared many characteristics with the Sambar, except it had extended front and rear bumpers and a larger engine borrowed from the Subaru Justy. Because of these modifications, it didn't conform to kei car regulations, which stipulate the maximum dimensions of the vehicle and the maximum engine displacement requirements, which then determine the vehic

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  • Der Subaru E10 4WD / Libero ist ein fünftüriger Kleinbus und Kastenwagen, der von 1983 bis 1998 in Deutschland angeboten wurde. Er basierte auf dem in Japan in der Kei-Car-Klasse angesiedelten Subaru Sambar der 4. und 5. Generation. (de)
  • ドミンゴ(Domingo )は、富士重工業がかつて生産・販売していたキャブオーバー(ワンボックス)タイプの多人数乗りワゴン車。 (ja)
  • De Subaru E-wagon (Libero) was een kleine bestelwagen of personenbus. Het model is in het buitenland bekend als Libero. Het model deelde de motoren met de Subaru Justy. De E-wagon (Libero) was ook leverbaar met vierwielaandrijving. Vooral in de Alpenlanden is de E-wagon (Libero) met vierwielaandrijving veel verkocht. (nl)
  • Subaru Sumo, znany także pod nazwami: Libero na rynku europejskim (z wyjątkiem Wielkiej Brytanii) oraz Domingo na rynku japońskim, to mikrovan produkowany w latach 1983-1996 przez Subaru. Na terenie Szwecji sprzedawany był pod nazwą Subaru Columbuss. Samochód dostępny był z napędem na wszystkie koła. Przedni napęd był dołączany za pomocą przycisku w dźwigni zmiany biegów. Do napędu służyły trzycylindrowe silniki rzędowe o pojemności 1,0 lub 1,2 litra znane z modelu Justy. W vanie montowane były one z tyłu. (pl)
  • The Subaru Sumo, known as the Libero in European markets except the UK, Norway, and Sweden, and as the Domingo in the Japanese market, was a microvan produced from 1983 to 1998. In Sweden, it was known as the Columbuss (buss means bus in Swedish), and in Taiwan the latter generation was marketed as the Estratto. It was also called the Subaru E10 and Subaru E12 respectively in some places, the names referring to the size of the engines. The Sumo shared many characteristics with the Sambar, except it had extended front and rear bumpers and a larger engine borrowed from the Subaru Justy. Because of these modifications, it didn't conform to kei car regulations, which stipulate the maximum dimensions of the vehicle and the maximum engine displacement requirements, which then determine the vehicle tax to be paid. It was launched with the option of four-wheel drive and powered by 1.0- and 1.2-litre 3-cylinder EF engines based on those used in the Subaru Justy although in the van they were rear mounted. Somewhat unusual for a microvan, the 1,200 cc Sumo could be ordered with selectable 4WD, operated via a gear stick mounted button. In normal driving conditions, only the rear wheels were driven, as there was no central differential to allow highway driving in 4WD mode. In 1994, Subaru's Full Time 4WD (S-AWD) was added to the options list with the ECVT transmission only and a viscous coupling. An oil cooler was installed on European versions to better facilitate light duty towing. The Sumo was discontinued when the sixth generation Sambar was introduced, and the market that the Sumo was targeted at was refocused towards the Subaru Forester, which, in comparison to the Sumo, had permanent 4WD, a more potent 2.5 L boxer engine and increased cargo capacity. In Japan, the Domingo market segment is now served by the Subaru Exiga, which is capable of carrying up to seven passengers. A more passenger-car-like Subaru Domingo high-roof van with 997 cc, later 1,189 cc engines and coil springs at the rear was added in October 1983. It had a length of 341/342.5 cm and a width of 143 cm. This vehicle would stay available well after the release of the next generation Sambar. In the export the smaller Sambar received a 665 cc engine and the vehicle was called Subaru 700 (length 322.5 cm). (en)
  • 速霸陸Domingo(日语:スバル・ドミンゴ)為日本富士重工業於1983年至1998年間製造生產的平頭式(cab over the engine,駕駛室位於引擎上方,故車頭是平的)商用車,外銷版本另有速霸陸多猛哥/金福相(臺灣)、速霸陸Libero(歐洲)、速霸陸Sumo(英國)、速霸陸E10/E12(德國)、速霸陸Columbuss(瑞典)等別名。 車名「Domingo」在西班牙語裡意謂星期日,外銷版「Libero」在義大利語裡表示自由,至於臺灣大慶汽車取名的「多猛哥」除了與原車名諧音外,也表達出負荷重、耐操勞的商用車形象。 (zh)
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  • Der Subaru E10 4WD / Libero ist ein fünftüriger Kleinbus und Kastenwagen, der von 1983 bis 1998 in Deutschland angeboten wurde. Er basierte auf dem in Japan in der Kei-Car-Klasse angesiedelten Subaru Sambar der 4. und 5. Generation. (de)
  • ドミンゴ(Domingo )は、富士重工業がかつて生産・販売していたキャブオーバー(ワンボックス)タイプの多人数乗りワゴン車。 (ja)
  • De Subaru E-wagon (Libero) was een kleine bestelwagen of personenbus. Het model is in het buitenland bekend als Libero. Het model deelde de motoren met de Subaru Justy. De E-wagon (Libero) was ook leverbaar met vierwielaandrijving. Vooral in de Alpenlanden is de E-wagon (Libero) met vierwielaandrijving veel verkocht. (nl)
  • Subaru Sumo, znany także pod nazwami: Libero na rynku europejskim (z wyjątkiem Wielkiej Brytanii) oraz Domingo na rynku japońskim, to mikrovan produkowany w latach 1983-1996 przez Subaru. Na terenie Szwecji sprzedawany był pod nazwą Subaru Columbuss. Samochód dostępny był z napędem na wszystkie koła. Przedni napęd był dołączany za pomocą przycisku w dźwigni zmiany biegów. Do napędu służyły trzycylindrowe silniki rzędowe o pojemności 1,0 lub 1,2 litra znane z modelu Justy. W vanie montowane były one z tyłu. (pl)
  • 速霸陸Domingo(日语:スバル・ドミンゴ)為日本富士重工業於1983年至1998年間製造生產的平頭式(cab over the engine,駕駛室位於引擎上方,故車頭是平的)商用車,外銷版本另有速霸陸多猛哥/金福相(臺灣)、速霸陸Libero(歐洲)、速霸陸Sumo(英國)、速霸陸E10/E12(德國)、速霸陸Columbuss(瑞典)等別名。 車名「Domingo」在西班牙語裡意謂星期日,外銷版「Libero」在義大利語裡表示自由,至於臺灣大慶汽車取名的「多猛哥」除了與原車名諧音外,也表達出負荷重、耐操勞的商用車形象。 (zh)
  • The Subaru Sumo, known as the Libero in European markets except the UK, Norway, and Sweden, and as the Domingo in the Japanese market, was a microvan produced from 1983 to 1998. In Sweden, it was known as the Columbuss (buss means bus in Swedish), and in Taiwan the latter generation was marketed as the Estratto. It was also called the Subaru E10 and Subaru E12 respectively in some places, the names referring to the size of the engines. The Sumo shared many characteristics with the Sambar, except it had extended front and rear bumpers and a larger engine borrowed from the Subaru Justy. Because of these modifications, it didn't conform to kei car regulations, which stipulate the maximum dimensions of the vehicle and the maximum engine displacement requirements, which then determine the vehic (en)
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