YRV

AcronymDefinition
YRVYoung Recreational Vehicle
YRVYoung Recreational Vehicle (Daihatsu)
YRVYouth Restricted Viewing (movie rating)
YRVYellowstone River Valley
YRVRevelstoke Airport Revelstoke (British Columbia, Canada)
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The anomalies of winter minimum regional mean daily minimum temperature in the three regions NC, YRV, and SC (Fig.
Daihatsu is also the master of the art of the affordable 4x4, as epitomised by the YRV and Terios models.
With the exception of a quite racey looking front end, the YRV's shape is pure tin can on wheels.
Models in the YRV line-up are Radical, Premium, FSpeed, 4Trak and more recent 127bhp Turbo, all featuring the punchy 1.
Billed as a Young Rec-reational Vehicle (hence YRV) the Premium version I tested came out pretty well.
CLAIMED to be the UK's most powerful 1.3 litre car, the Daihatsu YRV Turbo 130 will be in dealer showrooms later this month priced at only pounds 10,995 on-the-road.
The YRV Turbo 130 manages 0- 62mph in eight seconds and 40 miles to the gallon.
Enter the YRV which, says Daihatsu, stands for "young recreational vehicle".
The nine involving Daihatsu are six of its minivehicles -- Move, Terios Kid, Atrai Wagon, Naked, Mira and Opti -- its compact car Storia, its compact station wagon YRV and compact car Duet made under the brand of Toyota Motor Corp.
Daihatsu YRV 1.3 Turbo 130; pounds 11,495; 0-60mph 8.4; ins grp 11.
The Daewoo Matiz helped rewrite the rule book for city cars when it was launched in 1998 and remains a seriously well packaged mini-MPV, making an interesting alternative to city car rivals like the Daihatsu YRV, Suzuki Wagon R and Ford's Ka.