oil change interval is highly dependant on oil sump size, e.g. the cars recommending 25,000 to 30,000 kms oil change interval in a passenger vehicle have oil sumps ranging from 8 to 10 litres with a synethic spec of a high VI, quite shear stable and a bit other bits too. now. e.g. a highway truck running a 12.5 litre diesel with an oil sump size of 28 gallons will even recommend an oil change interval of 100,000 kms with a high graded oil.
Does that mean you can run a 3 litre sump to that mileage, NO. If MB recommends that liqui moly 5w40 is approved for FSS oil change interval of max 30,000 kms - it does not mean your cuore can take its 3 litre capacity to that range on that same oil. It may double the orginal interval but cannot go nuts with it. 10,000 km on a daihatsu cuore is a bit scary for me.
specially when this engine uses flat tappet rockers, this engine requires an oil with high zddp content (like old SH, SJ formulations) and to be changed at 5,000 kms along with its oil filter.