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Old 05-03-2020, 14:50   #31
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Was just about to post about this. Great price and Toyota have pushed the boat out. Be interesting to see the reviews. Sadly I will have to wait until they are second hand.
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Old 05-03-2020, 15:11   #32
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Was just about to post about this. Great price and Toyota have pushed the boat out. Be interesting to see the reviews. Sadly I will have to wait until they are second hand.
That would be in 2022 when the Hybrid version becomes available

WRC cars are going "electric" . . . .
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Old 05-03-2020, 21:13   #33
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Very similar power & weight as Evo II GSR.

Too small for my needs - will hold out to see if they also do a Corolla.
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Very similar power & weight as Evo II GSR.

Too small for my needs - will hold out to see if they also do a Corolla.
There is plans for GR corolla but dont think it will be 4wd just a lame ass front wheel drive, so you should be ok haha
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Old 06-03-2020, 09:00   #35
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I really hope this is the start of the new trend of small, relatively cheap, 4WD turbo hatchbacks: would be great to see a Polo R or Fiesta RS to rival the Yaris...
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Old 06-03-2020, 10:52   #36
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I really hope this is the start of the new trend of small, relatively cheap, 4WD turbo hatchbacks: would be great to see a Polo R or Fiesta RS to rival the Yaris...
Thatís what we all hope. It will either be the start of it or the last in its line.

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Thatís what we all hope. It will either be the start of it or the last in its line.
Sadly I think the latter is more likely, but I hope to be proven wrong!
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Old 04-09-2020, 08:41   #38
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The tuning companies are it it already...

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Old 05-09-2020, 11:08   #39
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Rocketbunny are also having a go..
http://www.speedhunters.com/2020/09/...o-the-extreme/
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Official optional extras are also available. The twin pipes look good.

https://toyotagazooracing.com/jp/gr/yaris/customize/

And a video showing them off...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fYx...ature=youtu.be
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I went to see it a few weeks ago and was disappointed.

It's really small inside (even compared to the S1 I used to have) and the seats are mounted far too high so no good for me. Also found the whole seating position wrong with being offset to the steering wheel.

Also just didn't seem worth the money (similar to most evos nowadays )
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Was interesting watching btcc today, first two races Toyota won in front of Hondas. Honda had tough time catching up on straight but was better in corners.
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I went to see it a few weeks ago and was disappointed.

It's really small inside (even compared to the S1 I used to have) and the seats are mounted far too high so no good for me. Also found the whole seating position wrong with being offset to the steering wheel.

Also just didn't seem worth the money (similar to most evos nowadays )
Youve been driving Audis too long

Will get around to having a look at some point, i kind of hope im not impressed then i dont have to work out how im going to buy one
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I wonder which version Kris Meeke will be using at Goodwood next month
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