1990 VIVA Warrior (or LD500) (code VP1)

1990 VIVA Warrior (or LD500) (code VP1)

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The VIVA Warrior (or LD500) was a compact pick-up made by VIVA Automobiles from 1989 to 1999 and was VIVA's very first car. As VAM got bankrupt, development of the Warrior started instantly after the announcement of the revival but with other name. The Warrior was inspired on the Toyota Hilux. As in Venezuela pick-up trucks sold a bit more than normal cars , like sedans and wagons, the development of the car was a Pick-up truck. In 1989 was announced VIVA Automobiles, and at the same time, the Warrior, that from it's launch was only single-cab. In 1991, VIVA started operations in Europe, and sold the Warrior under the LD500 designation. In Europe, it was first sold in Germany, France, and Spain. In 1992, It recieved a quad cab variant, that featured a longer wheelbase. In 1996, it recieved a facelift, involving even more modern design. In 1998, it was starting to get really poor sales, and in 1999, it got a new generation codenamed VG1. The Warrior was also sold in USA and UK as the VIVA ExtraCargo LD500. It's price today would be US$5200. Original by SketchUp and wheels by november92. Please rate! #auto #automobile #based #car #cargo #compact #extracargo #hilux #inspired #ld500 #old #pickup #toyota #truck #viva #warrior #xrw960h
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